History. British Indian Association was established on 29 October 1851 in Kolkata, India with Radhakanta Deb as it’s first President. The first general secretary of the association was Debendranath Tagore.
What is the mouthpiece of British Indian Association?
In 1896, the Society for the Encouragement and Preservation of Indian Art adopted The Indian Magazine as its mouthpiece and contributed articles on artistic matters.
Who found British India Society?
Founders. William Adam, after visiting Raja Ram Mohan Roy in India, returned to England, and formed the Society with George Thompson (abolitionist), William Ednis, and Major General Briggs, to organise meetings and create awareness of conditions in India.
Who was called the father of Indian National Congress?
Allan Octavian Hume, C. B. : father of the Indian National Congress (1829 to 1912) | INDIAN CULTURE.