Ram Mohan Roy

Roy in London (1833), by [[Rembrandt Peale]] Raja Ram Mohan Roy (22 May 1772 – 27 September 1833) was an Indian reformer who was one of the founders of the Brahmo Sabha in 1828, the precursor of the Brahmo Samaj, a social-religious reform movement in the Indian subcontinent. He was given the title of Raja by Akbar II, the Mughal emperor. His influence was apparent in the fields of politics, public administration, education and religion. He was known for his efforts to abolish the practices of sati and child marriage. Roy is considered to be the "Father of Indian Renaissance" by many historians.

In 2004, Roy was ranked number 10 in BBC's poll of the Greatest Bengali of All Time. Provided by Wikipedia
by Roy, Raja Rammohun
Published 1945
Located: Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya
Call Number: 294.552 ROY
by Roy, Raja Rammohun
Published 1995
Located: Sivanath Sastri College
Call Number: 828.9935 R211