Hem Chandra Chowdhury
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|Hem Chandra Chowdhury|
|Cause of death||Natural|
|Resting place||Calcutta, India|
|Alma mater||Presidency College|
Hem Chandra (Chaudhuri) Chowdhury was an Indian-born prominent land owner, real estate developer, and philanthropist. Chowdhury resided in India and is referenced in many early 1890s legal documents establishing some of the first known legal cases in India and Bangladesh for real estate development  and landlord tenancy issues.
Chowdhury established The Angle House in 1890  The Angle House currently stands in the town of Hemnagar, named after Chowdhury in Gopalpur, Bangladesh[disambiguation needed]. The Angle House is a massive compound comprising multiple buildings. Within the compound are two massive man made lakes. The Angle House currently houses in one of it is buildings the Hemnagar Shashi Mukhi High English School, which was a school founded in 1900 by H.C. Chowdhury in the name of his mother. The school still operates today.
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