Raja Rammohun Roy (3 Volumes)
Raja Rammohun Roy, a pioneer social, religious, and political reformer, is often called the father of modern India. He was a man of capacious powers of intellect, broad religious sympathies and a very powerful though genial personality. A man of sterling qualities, he was fully equipped with erudite scholarship. He presents a most instructive study for the New India of which he is a pioneer. In a fulsome tribute, R. Venkata Raman has said, ?the Raja was distinctly different from the other great men of India before his day. In range of vision, in reach of sympathy, in versatility of power, in variety of activities, in co-ordination of interests and in coalescence of ideas...(he) is a unique figure in the history of India, if not in the annals of the race?. These volumes, it is hoped, will be well received by the academics and the scholarly community for making a serious study of Rammohun Roy.
Suresh K. Sharma (b. 1946) an alumnus of Delhi University, opted for the library profession after obtaining post-graduation in Modern Indian History and Bachelor of Library Science in the early seventies. Documentation, bibliography and indexing have been his special forte. He has to his credit, a number of publications and to name a few: Fifty Years of Indian Historical Writings, Social Sciences in Modern India, Kashmir Through the Ages, Rajasthan Through the Ages, Delhi Through the Ages, Cultural and Religious Heritage of India, Encyclopaedia of Higher Education: the Indian Perspective.
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