The birth story of the newspaper! Awesome History From 1780
Are you know The birth story of the newspaper? The role of newspapers in our daily lives is outstanding. Its use is not limited to news only.
Newspapers have become a stepping stone to intellectual development, one of the tools of entertainment.
The role of the newspaper as a spokesperson for the realization of the rights of a nation is at the top.
The newspaper was launched a long time ago. The first newspaper was published in China.
Newspapers are said to have been first published in Venice, Italy, among European countries.
It is generally accepted that the first printed newspaper was published during the reign of Queen Elizabeth of England.
The first handwritten newspaper was introduced in the subcontinent during the reign of Emperor Aurangzeb.
Spread of newspapers in this country is the result of Western influence.
This English periodical was first published in 1780 by James Augustus Hickey.
The birth story of the newspaper
The first Bengali periodical, Digdarshan, was published in April 1818 by John Clark Marshman from the Serampore Mission.
First Bengali-run weekly, the Bengal Gazette, was published in 1818 under the editorship of Gangakishore Bhattacharya.
The first Bengali language daily newspaper was Ishwar Gupta’s ‘Sangbad Prabhakar’. Sangbad Prabhakar was first published as a weekly in 1831 and later as a daily in 1839.
The first newspaper of Bangladesh ‘Rangpur Bartabah’ was published in 1847. The birth story of the newspaper
This Bengali weekly was published with the financial support of Kalichandra Roy Chowdhury, an enthusiastic zamindar of Kundri Pargana, Rangpur District.
In the next stage, innumerable newspapers were published and led the people of this country to the path of revolution in knowledge, science, education and culture.
Behind this is the wonderful improvement of the printing press. The birth story of the newspaper
The first newspaper and literary magazine
|Bengal Gazette||James Augustus Hickey||1780|
|Digdorshon (monthly)||John Clark Marshman||1818|
|Shomachar Dorpon||William Carey||1818|
|Sombad Koumode||Raja Rammohun Roy and Bhavanicharan Bandyopadhyay||1821|
|Songbad Provakor||Ishwar Chandra Gupta||1831|
|Tottobodghini||Akshay Kumar Dutt||1843|
|Bididartho Songroho||Rajendralal Mitra||1851|
|Mashik Potrika||Parichand Mitra and Radhanath Sikder||1854|
|Dhaka Prokash||Krishnachandra Majumdar||1861|
|Bongo Dorson||Bankimchandra Chatterjee||1872|
|Kollol||Dinesh Ranjan Das||1923|
|Progoti||Buddhadev Bose and Ajit Kumar Dutta||1927|
|Showgat||Mohammad Nasir Uddin||1918|
|Angur||Dr. Muhammad Shahidullah||1920|
|Dhumketu||Kazi Nazrul Islam||1922|
|Langol||Kazi Nazrul Islam||1922|
|Kobita||Buddhadev Bose, Samar Sen and Premendra Mitra|
|Somokal||Sikandar Abu Jafar|
|Purbasha||Sanjay Dutt Bhattacharya|
|Purbomeye||Zillur Rahman Siddiqui and Mustafa Nurul Islam||1960|
|Dainik Nobojug||Kazi Nazrul Islam||1941|
|Shikha||Kazi Motahar Hossain||1949|
|Moslem Bharot||Mozammel Haque||1920|