Dayar Sagar Vidyasagar


  • Type: Book
  • Genre: Biography and Auto Biography
  • Author: Prithviraj Sen
  • Book Edition: Paperback
  • Language: Bengali

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Biography of Vidyasagar

Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar (1820-1891) was an Indian social reformer, writer, and educator who played a significant role in the Bengal Renaissance of the 19th century. He is best known for his efforts to improve the status of women and for his contributions to education in India.

Vidyasagar was born on September 26, 1820, in Birsingha village, West Bengal. He was raised by his maternal grandfather, who was a Sanskrit scholar. Vidyasagar showed exceptional intelligence from a young age and was sent to Calcutta for his education.

In 1839, Vidyasagar joined the Sanskrit College in Calcutta, where he quickly rose through the ranks and became a teacher. In 1850, he was appointed as the principal of the newly founded Metropolitan Institution, which later became the famous Vidyasagar College. He revolutionized the education system in India by introducing several reforms, including the admission of girls to schools.

Vidyasagar was a strong advocate of women’s rights and worked tirelessly to improve their status in society. He believed that education was the key to women’s empowerment and advocated for the establishment of schools and colleges for girls. He was instrumental in passing the Hindu Widow Remarriage Act in 1856, which legalized the remarriage of Hindu widows and helped to abolish the practice of sati.

Vidyasagar was also a prolific writer and translator. He translated several Sanskrit texts into Bengali and was responsible for the publication of many important books in Bengali, including the first modern Bengali dictionary.

Vidyasagar died on July 29, 1891, in Calcutta. His contributions to education and women’s rights continue to inspire people in India and around the world. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest social reformers in the history of India.


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