Pratul Chandra Gupta

Pratul Chandra Gupta (16 January 1910 – 11 March 1990) was an Indian historian, writer and the author of ''Nana Sahib and the Rising at Cawnpore'', a historical account of the siege of Cawnpore. Considered by many as an authority on Maratha history, he translated ''The Maharashta Purana'', an 18th-century Bengali text written by Gangaram into English, Edward C. Dimock, a known Indologist, being his co-translator. One of his books, ''INA in Military Operation'', was commissioned by Jawaharlal Nehru but the book could not be published, reportedly due to political objections. ''The Last Peshwa and the English Commissioners, 1818-1851'' and ''Shah Alam II and His Court'' are some of his other notable works. The Government of India awarded him the third highest civilian honour of the Padma Bhushan, in 1975, for his contributions to Literature. Provided by Wikipedia
by Gupta, Pratul Chandra
Published 1964
Located: Gurudas College
Call Number: 954.03 GUP ed.2
by Gupta, Pratul Chandra
Published 1963
Located: Hiralal Mazumdar Memorial College for Women
Call Number: 954.0317 GUP/NAN