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Women and Science (Part – 4)

By Sudakshina Kundu Mookerjee If the last decades of the nineteenth century saw some distinguished women doctors, the women started entering other fields of science…

NEWS – Feb 2021

191st Maghotsava at Sadharan Brahmo Samaj This year 191st Maghotsava was celebrated at Sadharan Brahmo Samaj in a smaller way compared to other years due…

INVOCATION – January 2021

He is Ever-present, Good, Intelligent, Infinite, Above all, Formless (one without a Second), All pervading, Ruler of everything, Abode of all, Omnipotent, Almighty, Unchanging, Perfect,…

Editorial – January 2021

We are at the beginning of a New Year, full of hope and expectations. Every year we look forward to the Maghotsava, a very nostalgic…

History of the Maghotsava

By Maharshi Devendranath Tagore (Translated from Bengali) The Brahmo Samaj was losing its fervour and energy, reaching a nadir and almost vanishing into oblivion, before…

The Global Relevance of Brahmoism

By Sujoy Gupta Brahmoism is probably the youngest religious creed in the world with an age yet to touch 200 years. No reliable census exists…

Women and Science (Part -3)

By Sudakshina Kundu Mookerjee The University of London opened its doors to women in June 1868. Switzerland was the only German speaking country where women…

Opinions

A Note for Consideration By Ashit Sarkar I have attempted to analyze the SWOT (Strengths Weaknesses, Opportunities Threats) of the current situation of the Brahmo…

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