Nirad C. Chaudhuri, in full Nirad Chandra Chaudhuri, (born November 23, 1897, Kishorganj, East Bengal, British India (now in Bangladesh)—died August 1, 1999, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England), Bengali author and scholar who was opposed to the withdrawal of British colonial rule from the Indian subcontinent and the subsequent rejection of Western culture in independent India.
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Nirad Chaudhuri would have been immensely happy if he knew about the blue plaque as it would fit his sensibilities perfectly. Even Oxford County Council was happy enough to remember this “an original thinker, forthright in his opinions and an internationalist, in the sense of one who embraces the best of all cultures but never loses his own.
Nirad C Chaudhari, who lived most of his later life in Britain and died there a few years ago just a little short of hundred, has presented in this book his deep understanding of the Indian culture and Hinduism.Learn More
The Autobiography of an Unknown Indian is the 1951 autobiography of Nirad C. Chaudhuri, an Indian writer. Written when he was around 50, it records his life from his birth in 1897 in Kishorganj, a small town in present-day Bangladesh.Learn More
Book Description Jaico Publishing House, Delhi, India. Softcover. Condition: New. Nirad G. Chaudhuri's autobiography is one of the classic of contemporary Indian literature. When it was first published in 1951 it was instantly acclaimed. and provoked a furious debate for its controversial insights into India and European history.Autobiography of an Unknown Indian is both a profoundly analysis.Learn More
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Nirad C. Chaudhuri, Self: Everyman. Nirad C. Chaudhuri was born in 1898 in India. He died in 1999 in Oxford, England.Learn More
Autobiography of an Unknown Indian is the collective memoir of Nirad C. Chaudhuri, a man remembered for his support of the British Empire at a time that India was struggling to hold on to its newfound freedom.Chaudhuri, a self-professed anglophile, dedicates the book to the British Empire and showcases the tone of the book from the very beginning.Learn More
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The Autobiography of an Unknown Indian. When this classic book was published, in London in 1951, its defiant dedication page caused so much outrage in India that it was defaced or excised by some readers, and caused its first-time author, Nirad C. Chaudhuri, to be treated as a pariah by the vast majority of Indians, including even Jawaharlal Nehru.Learn More
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