VOe শিবনাথ-জীবনী । The death of Pandit Sivanath Sastri, which took place at Calcutta on September 30, will be moursed by a wide circle of religious liberals in India and in this country. Preacher, poet, thinker, religious and social reformer, Sivanath Sastri was a man of real distinction. His wide culture, his saintly character. combined with great sin) plicity and strength of purpose, marked him out for leadership, ln his youth he was attracted by Keshub (handra Sen; and, cutting himself a diff from family and fields, he joined the Brahmo Samaj it 69, on the same day as the la te Ml A. M. Bose. Nine years later, he and his friend parted company with Keshub and fonu ded the Noa dharian B al no Sarnaj — t le manost, enlight ened and progli essive "I’leisti“ movement in lndia. B’an dit Sa s t r i became the chief missionary unister, an office wich le held uti his deatl. Tle I, diat i les se nyer of October 2, devotes a special number to his memory. El quent festimory is boile to his intellectual gifts, to his fine sincerty of purpse, is unselfishness, benevolence, and urswer vng loyalty. F’a indit Saustri, in his life and writings, show ed in a very impressive way the union of divine worship with work for humanity. To him the worship of God in spirit and in truth fornied an essential element in the upbuild it.g. of the religions life, aud was an unfailing source of inspiration in the faith fu nerformance of daily dinty. visited England in 1888 ; and he was for many years atun how oured a tid i espected correspondent of the British and Foreign Unitarian Association.-Inquirer.
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