Atul Chandra Ghosh

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Atul Chandra Ghosh
Atul Chandra Ghosh,Freedom Fighter (1881-1961).jpg
Born 1881[1]
Khandaghosh, Burdwan[1]
Died 1961
Nationality Indian
Other names Manbhum Keshari[1]
Education Law
Known for Freedom fighter
Spouse(s) Labanya Prabha Ghosh

Arun Chandra Ghosh

           Urmila Majumder
Amal Chandra Ghosh

Atul Chandra Ghosh(1881-1961) was a prominent personality of the Indian freedom movement from Purulia district, West Bengal. Born at Khandaghosh of Burdwan, he passed law in 1908.[1] He was the co-founder of "Shilpashram" (Rural Industry Development inside ashram) along with Nibaran Chandra Dasgupta. He was the chief architect of "Bangabhukti Andolon". He is famous in the title "Manbhum Keshari". He was active freedom fighter during British raj and he left practicing the law and joined freedom struggle during non-cooperation movement.[1] He was the editor of weekly Bengali newspaper "Mukti".[1] His wife, Labanya Prabha Ghosh was also a freedom fighter and continued as editor of Mukti after his death.[2]

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  1. ^ a b c d e f "INFORMATION & CULTURE : PURULIA,FAMOUS PERSONALITIES,ATUL CHANDRA GHOSH". Govt.owned website. Retrieved 12 September 2012. 
  2. ^ "Suffering in the land of martyrs". The Statesman. 4 July 2003. Retrieved 23 September 2012.  |first1= missing |last1= in Authors list (help)