Monomohun Ghose

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Monomohun Ghose ( Mônmohon Ghosh) (also spelt Monomohun Ghosh, Manmohan Ghosh) (March 13, 1844 – October 16, 1896) was the first practicing barrister of Indian origin. Sengupta, Subodh Chandra and Bose, Anjali (editors), 1976/1998, Sansad Bangali Charitabhidhan (Biographical dictionary) Vol I, , p. 395, ISBN 8185626650 Cotton, H.E.A., Calcutta Old and New, 1909/1980, pp. 639-40, General Printers and Publishers Pvt. Ltd. Sastri, Sivanath, Ramtanu Lahiri O Tatkalin Banga Samaj, 1903/2001, , pp. 202-04, New Age Publishers Pvt. Ltd. At the same time his Anglicised habits often made him a target of ridicule in Calcutta. Kopf, David (1979), The Brahmo Samaj and the Shaping of the Modern Indian Mind, pp. 96-97, Princeton Univerisy Press, ISBN 0691031258

Formative years

He was the son of Ramlochan Ghose, of Bikrampur (now Munshiganj in Bangladesh). His father was a renowned sub-judge and a patriot, and had acquired his broad frame of mind from Ram Mohan Roy, when he came in contact with him.

As a child Ghose lived with his father...
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