This Book is about Indian independence activist Jatindranath Mukherjee,. For locality “Baghajatin” in south Kolkata, see Baghajatin. Bagha Jatin or Baghajatin, born Jatindranath Mukherjee 7 December 1879 – 10 September 1915), was an Indian independence activist.
He was the principal leader of the Jugantar party that was the central association of revolutionary independence activists in Bengal.Jatin was born in a Brahmin familyto Sharatshashi and Umeshchandra Mukherjee in Kayagram, a village in the Kushtia, subdivision of undivided Nadia district, in what is now Bangladesh, on 7 December 1879. He grew up in his ancestral home at Sadhuhati, P.S. Rishkhali Jhenaidah until his father’s death when Jatin was five years old. Well versed in Brahmanic studies, his father liked horses and was respected for the strength of his character.
Sharatshashi settled in her parents’ home in Kayagram with her son and his elder sister Benodebala (or Vinodebala). A gifted poet, she was affectionate and stern in her method of raising her children. Familiar with the essays by contemporary thought leaders like Bankimchandra Chatterjee and Yogendra Vidyabhushan, she was aware of the social and political transformations of her times.
|Magazine name||Baghajatin / ବାଘାଯତୀନ୍|
|Editor||Uddhab Charan Naik|
|No Of pages||100|
|Publisher||Bharat Gyana Bigyana Samiti|
|Distributor||Bharat Gyana Bigyana Samiti|