Luis de Menezes Bragança: A Goan Thinker and Visionary

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Author: Edward de Lima

9788192027104 | HB | pp.199  | 2010 | Institute Menezes Braganza

Luis de Menezes Bragança: A Goan Thinker and Visionary describes his early life and environment, political activities and other contributions to Goa.

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Luis de Menezes Bragança was a man of illustrious origin and an intellectual giant. Through the 0 Heraldo, 0 Debate which he had founded, Pracasha and other newspapers of the day, he disseminated contemporary thought of republicanism and democracy, in keeping with the advancement of ideas of the times. He condemned casteism, lethargy in public administration, upheld the importance of education and the use of Konkani at the primary level. He questioned the Acto Colonial that had reduced the people of Goa to the level of second class citizens. He was undoubtedly a prolific writer and an accomplished journalist.

Luis de Menezes Braganca: A Goan Thinker and Visionary came into existence because the Insitute Menezes Braganza invited Edwad de Lima to speak on Menezes Bragança on the 138th Anniversary of the Institute on 24th November, 2009. At the end of the programme it was suggested that it would be befitting to have a book on Menezes Bragança.

Additional information

Author:

Edward de Lima

ISBN:

9788192027104

Binding:

Hardback

Publisher:

Institute Menezes Braganza

Year of Publication:

2010

Edition:

First

Condition:

New

Country of Origin:

India

About the Author

Edward De Lima was born in 1946. He completed his education in Goa and then went on to teach English literature, communication skills and business communication at DM’s College of Arts, Science and Commerce at Assagao. He retired as reader and head of department of English after 35 years of service at the institute. But more prominently he authored books like Influence of Portuguese Vocabulary on Konkani Language, which meticulously documented words borrowed from Portuguese into Konkani and presented a linguistic and etymological study of Konkani language. Earlier in 2006, he wrote Spoken Konkani: A Self-Learning Guide.

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