Girishchandra Sen (1835 ? – 15.8.1910) – Brahmo follower of Keshab Chandra Sen, devoted to the Master. Born in Panchdona village of Dhaka district. After initiation into the Brahmo faith disseminated the teachings of that faith. Mastered many languages. First translator of the Koran Sharif into Bengali. The Moslem community conferred on him the title “Moulavi” for translating many Muslim religious books including Hadis Sharif into Bengali. Saw the Master, perhaps for the first time (15.3.1875), in the garden-house of Jaygopal Sen at Belgharia and kept touch with him for the next 11 years, visiting Dakshineswar from time to time and also the houses of devotees graced by the Master’s presence. Present during the cremation of the Master’s mortal remains (Dharmatatwa, 31.8.86). Srimat Ramakrishner Ukti O Sankshipta Jivan compiled by him; it first published as Paramahanser Ukti O Sankshipta Jivan (24.1.87) in two parts, the compiler of the first part having been Keshab Chandra Sen.