The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Ray, Sarat Chandra

Ray, Sarat Chandra, Editor, “Hindu Patriot”, Calcutta; 2nd s. of late Brojonath Ray; b. Calcutta, 1862; educ: Hare School, Calcutta; took to Journalism from about his 17th year; joined Government service as Assistant in the Foreign Office; worked in the Military Accounts Department; resigned and reverted to journalism; was connected with various Newspapers such as the ‘Amrita Bazar Patrika’, the ‘Indian Echo’, ‘Gup and Gossip’, ‘Beaver’, ‘National Guardian’, ‘Power’, ‘Saturday Herald’, and the ‘Bengalee’; joined the staff of the ‘Hindu Patriot’ as Joint Editor when it was a daily paper; has been Editor since its conversion into a weekly; m. the daughter of late Purna Chandra Mitter of Mozufferpur; Private Secretary to Maharaja Bahadur Sir Prodyot Coomar Tagore; Assistant Secretary, British Indian Association. Address: 49, Pathuriaghatta Street, Calcutta; ‘Tagore Castle’, Calcutta; 18, British Indian Street, Calcutta.