Humayun Kabir (1906-1969)

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Country : Inde
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Komarpur (East Bengal, Inde), 26-02-1906
Death : Kolkata (West Bengal, Inde), 18-08-1969
Note :
Écrivait aussi en hindi
Homme politique. - Écrivain. - Ministre de l'éducation, New Delhi (1957-1965). - Fondateur du parti politique "Bangla Congress"
Variants of the name : Humayun Kabir (1906-1969)
Kabir Humayun (1906-1969)
Kabir Sahib (1906-1969)
Humayun Zahiruddin Amir Kabir (1906-1969)
Humayun Zahiruddin Amir Kabir (1906-1969)
Humāyūṃ Kabīra (1906-1969) (hindi)
Humāyūna Kabira (1906-1969) (hindi)
हुमायून कबिर​ (1906-1969) (hindi)
Humāyūna Kabira (1906-1969) (hindi)
हुमायून कबिर​ (1906-1969) (hindi)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2072 7766

Activities of Humayun Kabir (1906-1969) (24)

Préfacier (10)

Vers l'homme universel
Modern Indian thought
Catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the Salar Jung Museum and library
India and the world
History of the freedom movement in India
Ekottaraśatī
Introducing Hindi writers
Golden jubilee souvenir, sunday, 1st February, 1953
Gandhian outlook and technique, a verbatim report of the proceedings of the Seminar on the contribution of Gandhian outlook and techniques to the solution of tensions between and within nations, held at New Delhi from the 5th to the 17th January 1953... Foreword by... Abul Kalam Azad,... [Preface by Humayun Kabir.]
Archaeology in India. [Preface by Humayun Kabir.]

Auteur du texte (8)

26th International congress of orientalists
Role of orientology in one world
Rabindranath Tagore
K. M. Panikkar. Humayun Kabir. Les Principes de la culture indienne
La Voie de Gandhi
The Gandhian way
Men and rivers
Poetry monads and society...

Éditeur scientifique (4)

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
Green and gold, stories and poems from Bengal. Edited by Humayun Kabir... Tarasankar Benerjee, Premendra Mitra
Modern Indian literature

Arrangeur (2)

Ore̡dzia króla Asioki
Towards universal man. Rabindranath Tagore. [Foreword by Douglas Ensmenger. Preface and introduction by Humayun Kabir.]

See also (5)