Tarak Nath Das

Taraknath Das (or Tarak Nath Das) (Bengali: তারকনাথ দাস) (15 June 1884 – 22 December 1958) was an anti-British Bengali Indian revolutionary and internationalist scholar. He was a pioneering immigrant in the west coast of North America and discussed his plans with Tolstoy, while organizing the Asian Indian immigrants in favor of the Indian freedom movement. He was a professor of political science at Columbia University and a visiting faculty in several other universities.

Read more about Tarak Nath DasEarly Life, Genesis of A Mission, Life in North America, Founding The Ghadar Party, From Berlin To Kabul, Academic Career, The Tarak Nath Das Foundation, Later Life

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