(Last Updated on : 07/01/2013)
Krishna Mohan Bandyopadhyay (1813-1885) was a prominent member of Young Bengal group of Henry Louis Vivian Derozio. He has also served as a professor of Bishop's college at Shibpur. He was elected as the member of Royal Asiatic Society.
Vidyakalpadrum is an educational and semi-educational work whose contents were mostly derived from English and Sanskrit sources. He also wrote The Aryan Witness, Dialogues on the Hindu Philosophy
, and Upadeshkatha. He passed away on 11 May 1885.
He converted to Christianity
which raised a storm in Hindu society. He also converted his wife, his brother Kali Mohan as well as Ganendra Mohan Tagore, the son of Prasanna Coomar Tagore. He was also a deacon of the Anglican Church in the year 1836 and was superintendent of the Mirzapur School of Christ Church. He preached and delivered sermons in Bengali language
. He published the Inquirer in 1831. The Persecuted was published in the same year.
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