Author:Romesh Chunder Dutt
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|Bengali writer, civil servant, economic historian, and translator of Ramayana and Mahabharata. He was president of the Indian National Congress in 1899|
This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.
Articles attributed to this author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "R. C. D."
- Three Years in Europe, 1868 to 1871 (1872)
- The Peasantry of Bangal, being a View of their Condition under the Hindu, the Mahomedan, and the English Rule, and a Consideration of the Means Calculated to Improve their Future Prospects, Calcutta, Thacker, Spink; London: Trübner (1874); ed. Narahari Kaviraj, Calcutta, Manisha (1980)
- The Literature of Bengal: a Biographical and Critical History from the Earliest Times, Closing with a Review of Intellectual Progress under British Rule in India. I.C.Bose & Co., Calcutta (1877) (external scan); Calcutta, T. Spink (1895) (transcription project); 3rd ed., Cultural Heritage of Bengal Calcutta, Punthi Pustak (1962).
- Rajput jivan sandhya (1879); Pratap Singh: The Last of the Rajputs, A Tale of Rajput Courage and Chivalry, tr. Ajoy Chandra Dutt. Calcutta: Elm Press (1943); Allahabad, Kitabistan, (1963).
- A History of Civilization in Ancient India, Based on Sanscrit Literature, 3 vols. Thacker, Spink and Co.; Trübner and Co., Calcutta-London (1890) Reprinted, Elibron Classics (2001). (external scan)
- A Brief History of Bengal, S.K. Lahiri (1893).
- Lays of Ancient India: Selections from Indian Poetry Rendered into English Verse. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner (1894); Rupa (2002). ISBN 8171678882 (transcription project)
- Reminiscences of a Workman's Life: verses Calcutta, Elm Press (1896); Calcutta: n.p. (1956). (transcription project)
- England and India: a record of progress during a hundred years, 1785-1885 (1897); New Delhi, India : Mudgal Publications, 1985.
- Mahabharata: the epic of India rendered into English verse, London: J. M. Dent and Co., 1898. Project Gutenberg (transcription project)
- The Ramayana: the epic of Rama rendered into English verse, London: J.M. Dent and Co., 1899. 194 p.
- The Ramayana and the Mahabharata: the great epics of ancient India condensed into English verse, London: J.M. Dent and Co., 1900. Reprint 1910. xii, 335p. Also, Everyman’s Library, New York, Dutton (1929).Internet Sacred Texts Archive.
- Shivaji; or the morning of Maratha life, tr. by Krishnalal Mohanlal Jhaveri. Ahmedabad, M. N. Banavatty (1899). Also: tr. by Ajoy C. Dutt. Allahabad, Kitabistan (1944).
- Open Letters to Lord Curzon on Famines and Land Assessments in India, London, Trübner (1900) 2005 ed. Adamant Media Corporation, Elibron Classics Series, ISBN 1-4021-5115-2. (external scan)
- The lake of palms. A story of Indian domestic life, translated by the author. London, T.F. Unwin (1902) (transcription project); abridged by P.V. Kulkarni, Bombay, n.p. (1931).
- Speeches and papers on Indian questions 1901 and 1902, Elm Press, Calcutta (1902) (external scan)
- The Economic History of India Under Early British Rule, London, Kegan Paul, Trench Trübner
- Indian poetry. Selected and Rendered into English by R.C. Dutt London: J. M. Dent (1905).
- Indian trade, manufactures and finance: Being chapters represented from 'the economic history of India' and 'India in the Victorian age' Elm Press, Calcutta (1905) (external scan)
- Congress and conference of 1905 G A Nateare and Company, Madras (1906) (external scan)
- The Slave Girl of Agra: An Indian Historical Romance, Based on Madhavikankan. London: T.F. Unwin (1909); Calcutta, Dasgupta (1922). (transcription project)
Works about DuttEdit
- Life and Work of Romesh Chunder Dutt, C.I.E. (1911) by Jnanendra Nath Gupta (transcription project)