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Ṭhākura, Yatīndramohana, 1831-1908

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    • Yatīndramohana Ṭhākura, 1831-1908
    • Tagore, J. M., 1831-1908
    • Tagore, Joteendro Mohun, 1831-1908
    • Tagore, Jatindramohan, 1831-1908
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1831-05-16
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1908-01-10
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        • Organization: (naf) British Indian Association (Calcutta, India)
        • Organization: (naf) Bengal (India). Legislative Council
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        (naf) India
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        (naf) Kolkata (India)
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    • found: Pitr̥deba-carita, 1935:t.p. (Mahārājā Bāhādura Syara Yatīndramohana Ṭhākura, K.C.S.I.) p. 87 (b. 5/14/1831, d. 1/9/1908) prelim. p. 2 (Sir J.M. Tagore)
    • found: [Opinions on the bill to regulate the wills of Hindus and Buddhists], [1870]p. 21 (signed: Joteendro Mohun Tagore, Honorary Secretary, British Indian Association)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed 4 Jan. 2017(Maharaja Bahadur Sir Jatindramohan Tagore KCSI (16 May 1831 - 10 January 1908), was a theatre enthusiast, art-lover, and philanthropist. He was Honorary Secretary of the British Indian Association for several years; was elected as its President in 1879; re-elected in 1881. In 1870 he was chosen as a Member of the Legislative Council of Bengal, and reappointed in 1872. He received the title of Maharaja in 1877, on the occasion of the proclamation of Queen Victoria as Empress of India. He was appointed as a Member of the Legislative Council of the Governor-General in February of that year, and in recognition of his assistance towards the Civil Procedure Bill, was reappointed in 1879. In the latter year, he was created a Companion of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India; and appointed for a third time, a Member of the Viceroy's Council in 1881. Created Knight Commander of the Star of India in May 1882; he received the title of Maharaja-Bahadur in January, 1890, and in January of the following year, this title was made hereditary in his family.)
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