Sudhangshu Dasgupta

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Sudhangshu Dasgupta
Born 1912
Died 2003
Nationality India Indian
Occupation Politician

Sudhangshu Dasgupta (1912–2003) was an Indian politician – Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader and founder of the Desh Hitaishee, journal of West Bengal Communist Party. Dasgupta joined Communist Party of India in 1936.[1]

Early life[edit]

Dasgupta was born in Barishal on 30 January 1912. His father was a kabiraj. He attended Banipith School in Barishal. Later he got admitted in Brojomohun College. In 1936 he passed his MA examinations from the University of Calcutta.[2]


  1. ^ "Comrade Sudhangshu Dasgupta". CPIM website. Retrieved 20 September 2012. 
  2. ^ "Comrade Sudhangshu Dasgupta: A Model Revolutionary". Retrieved 20 September 2012.