He rose to become a prominent lawyer of Bengal and a well known leader in the Indian Independence struggle/Nationalist movement. He gained immense popularity, when he successfully defended Sri Aurobindo Ghose (Sri Aurobindo, mentioned in my previous post), in the “Alipore Bomb case” trial, in 1908. He developed his strong patriotic ideas from his father Bhuban Mohan Das and Bankim Chandra.
Posted on 11.03.2015:
On the Anniversary of Chittaranjan Das' birth, Indian Posts & Telegraphs brought out First Day Cover bearing a commemorative stamp in the denomination of fifteen paise on 05.11.1965.
(The First Day Cover on Chittaranjan Das is from the collection of Rahul Kumar).