Saradaranjan Ray

Portrait of Ray, from ''Calcutta Review'' (1925). Saradaranjan Ray (26 May 1858 – 30 October 1925) was an Indian teacher of mathematics and Sanskrit who worked at Aligarh University and at Calcutta. He was also a cricket enthusiast and promoter who has been called the "W.G. Grace of India" and as the father of cricket in Bengal. He founded "''The Town Club''", a cricket club in Calcutta that played against European teams in the Eden Gardens from 1895. He was a paternal grand-uncle of Satyajit Ray. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Bhasa
Published 1971
Located: Gurudas College
Call Number: 89.122 BHA
Other Authors: '; ...Ray, Saradaranjan...
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by Ray, Saradaranjan
Located: Gurudas College
Call Number: 89.142 RAJ
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by Ray, Saradaranjan
Located: Hiralal Mazumdar Memorial College for Women
Call Number: 891.21 RAY/BHA
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by Visakhadatta
Located: Hiralal Mazumdar Memorial College for Women
Call Number: 891.22 VIS/MUD
Other Authors: '; ...Ray, Saradaranjan...
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by Sriharasha
Published 1968
Located: Hiralal Mazumdar Memorial College for Women
Call Number: 891.22 RAY/RAT;e6
Other Authors: '; ...Ray, Saradaranjan...
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by Sriharsha
Located: Sivanath Sastri College
Call Number: 891.22 Sr32R
Other Authors: '; ...Ray, Saradaranjan...
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by Sriharsha
Located: Sivanath Sastri College
Call Number: 891.22 Sr32R
Other Authors: '; ...Ray, Saradaranjan...
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by Kalidas
Located: Sivanath Sastri College
Call Number: 891.22 K124R
Other Authors: '; ...Ray, Saradaranjan...
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