Universal Religion in the Life and Thought of Keshub Chunder Sen (1838–84)
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Keshub Chunder Sen (1838–1884) can lay claim on our attention in several capacities: as a charismatic Brahmo-Samaj leader;1 as an Indian figure who was perhaps more explicitly influenced by Christianity than many others;2 and as one ‘striving after a universal religion’.3 It is this striving after a universal religion in his life and thought which concerns us here.
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