[ ban-er-jee ]
/ ˈbæn ərˌdʒi /
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Sir Su·ren·dra·nath [soo-ren-druh-naht], /sʊˈrɛn drəˌnɑt/, 1848–1925, Indian political leader.
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How to use Banerjea in a sentence
“Legislation was not among the powers entrusted to a king,” says Mr. Banerjea.
The authorities on these points are collected by Mr. Banerjea on pp. 72 and 73 of his book.
This way which Mr. Surendranath Banerjea is now recommending, is this the way to make a nation?India for Indians|C. R. (Chittaranjan) Das
In fact,” says Mr. Banerjea, “all the Indian nations of these times possessed popular institutions of some type or other.
The horrible oppression described by Mr. Banerjea is impossible in our era of law-courts, railways and newspapers.Tales of Bengal|S. B. Banerjea