Satya Churn Law
Satya Churn Law (alternately transcribed as Satya Charan Law) (died 11 December 1984) was a wealthy naturalist, amateur ornithologist, educationist and intellectual in Calcutta. He was for a while a treasurer of the Indian Statistical Institute and was a Fellow of the Zoological Society of London and Member of the British Ornithologists' Union. In 1937, Nirad C. Chaudhuri became his literary assistant.
He wrote books on a variety of topics including birds (Pet Birds of Bengal 1923) based on his experience in keeping aviaries. He was a vice president of the Calcutta Zoological Garden for a while. He founded a journal, Prakriti, in Bengali for the popularization of science.
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