Nabin Chandra Bardoloi

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Bardoloi on a 1975 stamp of India

Nabin Chandra Bardoloi (1875–1936) was an Indian writer, politician and leader of Indian National Congress party from Assam.[1] An Indian independence movement activist, he was a prominent leader from Assam in the Non-cooperation movement (1920–1922) of Mahatma Gandhi.[2] The Government of India issued a commemorative postage stamp in his honour during his birth centenary year in 1975.[3]

His daughter Nalini Bala Devi was a noted poet and writer, who also wrote his biography, Smritir Tirtha (1948).[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Amaresh Datta (1987). Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature: A-Devo. Sahitya Akademi. p. 384. ISBN 8126018038.
  2. ^ Anil Kumar (2007). Quit India Movement In Assam. Mittal Publications. p. 24. ISBN 8183242421.
  3. ^ 1975 stamps: Nabin Chandra Bardoloi, 3 November 1975
  4. ^ Nalini Natarajan; Emmanuel Sampath Nelson (1996). Handbook of Twentieth-Century Literatures of India. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 31. ISBN 0313287783.