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Munshi Meherullah of Jessore and religious identity in 19th century Bengal

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Munshi Mohammad Meherullah died of pneumonia in 1907 in Jessore, eastern Bengal. He was a self-taught tailor who became a spokesman for Bengali Muslims in his battle against Christian evangelism and conversion. The premier Bengali-Muslim weekly periodical, Mihir-o-Sudhakar, led the chorus of grief-stricken obituaries.

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