Bipin Chandra

Born7 November 1858, Habitant, Sylhet District Independent British India.
Pass awayMay 20, 1932 In the Age Of 73 Year Old.
Indian Independence
Social Reformer
NationalityBritish Indian
Alma MaterUniversity Of Calcutta
Actrive for MovementsIndian Independence Movement

Introduction Of Bipin Chandra Pal 

Bipin Chandra Pal was an Indian nationalist, social reformer, writer, orator, and freedom fighter for the Indian independence movement. He was born in Bangladesh on 7 November 1858. He wrote for social which inspired the Indians, and he played an incredible role in the independence of India. Bipin is also known as an architect of the Swadeshi movement and a member of Trimurti, which he called the “LAL BAL PAL”. 

His father was Ramchandra Pal, and Bipin belonged to the richest family. He started his early education at the church Mission Society college. It was the affiliated university. He also worked as a librarian in the public library. 

He met B Goswami, Surender Nath Banerjee and Shivanath Shastri. After meeting all the reformers, Bipin Chandra felt the aroused feeling of nationality, and due to this, he left his job and started work to be a political leader.       

Early Life and Education 

Bipin Chandra belonged to the Bengali Kashyap family and was born on 7 November 1858 in the village of the Pail in Habiganj. His father’s name was Ramchandra Pal, and he was a Small Landowner And Persian Scholar. 

Pal studies were completed by the Church Mission Society College, which was affiliated with the University of Calcutta. Moreover, Bipin Pal studied theology from 1899 to 1900 at the “New Manchester College, Oxford, England. This program did not finish due to some reason. When he came back to India then, he began the idea of “SWARAJ”. 

Here is a discussion about his family; His son Niranjan Pal was known as the founder of Bombay talkies and was a famous person. His 2nd son in law was known as Ullaskar Dutta, and 3rd son was an ICS officer.  Pal’s first wife died, and he married again to the widow, and he joined Brahmo Samaj. 

Career As Author And Journey Of Bipin Chandra Pal 

Bipin Chandra worked for various movements, and he was politically active in political work. He favoured the use of Indian products to boycott British products because he was a revolutionary for Swaraj. He was fighting for inequalities, and he was aware of the people’s education. He was an author and English speaker as well. 

He was also activated as a journalist to update the national movements and messages to the society. He worked for magazines and newspapers like “Pari Darshak, New India & Swaraj And Bande Mataram. 

He wrote various books such as “Indian Nationalism, nationality and Empire, the basic of Social Reform, studies in Hinduism, The Soul of India, The New Spirit and Swaraj. 

Pal was fighting for his nation and started the revolution to boycott British cloth & lock out all British shops and factories. It was called the “LAL-BAL-PAL”, and he was sent to jail for the 6th month because he hid the evidence against Aurobindo Ghosh. 

Actually, “Lal Bal Pal” represents the three Indian leaders who are known by the name of “Lala Lajpat Rai, Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Bipin Chandra Pal”.  

Now, he retired from political activities in 1920. He dedicated to the magazine till his death, and Ghose called him “One Of The Mightiest Prophets Of Nationalism“.  

Also Read Some Other Authors –

Pal was a freedom fighter, English orator, journalist and writer, and he wrote for social activities. After joining the Brahmo Samaj, he started work to keep equality in society. 

Famous Books And Work For Newspapers



Edited Books:



  • THE TRIBUTE is an English-language daily newspaper in India. It was published in Ludhiana, Bathinda, Jalandhar, Gurugram, Chandigarh, and Amritsar. 
  • BANDE MATARAM– He wrote for many newspapers like Swaraj, New India, Paridarsak, and Bande Mataram. Bande mataram was an English weekly newspaper of Calcutta. 

Aishwarya Gurg

I am an avid reader, content creator and writer and a mother. I am an MBA by profession with 5 years of corporate experience. I have travelled extensively across the nation and abroad, which has given me a wider perspective about life. I believe in equal opportunities and inclusivity. I have lived by the mantra of less judging and more uplifting each other for a better tomorrow.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *