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Indian Christian Student (Vol. 5, No. 3)
The Indian Christian Student (Vol. 5, No. 3) was the official bulletin of the Union of Christian Students of India in America, whose mission was to "promote fellowship and Christian helpfulness among Indian Students in America and also to interpret India to America." Published for 1919-20, this particular issue (Vol. 5, No. 3) featured several short essays and poems. Poems include "India's Prayer" by Rabindranath Tagore and "Samadhi" by N. V. Tilak. Articles include "Indian Music," by K.T. Paul, "The Problem of Education in India" by Dharma Rajah D. Souri, "What is Wrong with Our Social Relationship?" by G.V. Job, and "An Open Letter to the Methodist Episcopal General Conference" by B.P. Hivale.
Religion, Early Student Life
Date: 1919 to 1920
Source: Indian Christian Student
Creator: Union of Christian Students of India in America
Contributor: Rabindranath Tagore, K.T. Paul, E. Clements, Dharma Rajah D. Souri, G.V. Job, N.V. Tilak, B.P. Hivale
Holding Institution: Yale University
Item History: 2011-11-23 (created); 2013-10-31 (modified)
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