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[[HAROUTIUN SHMAVONIAN]], was a native of Persia, founder of Armenian journalism and editor of the [Azdarar] journal in Madras, India. ''Azdarar'' was published for a period of two years, from 1794-1796. It printed articles of interest not only to the Indian Armenian community but also to Armenians everywhere, including a number of important article that advocated for a free and independent Armenia.
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[[HAROUTIUN SHMAVONIAN]], was a native of Persia, founder of Armenian journalism and editor of the [[Azdarar]] journal in Madras, India. ''Azdarar'' was published for a period of two years, from 1794-1796. It printed articles of interest not only to the Indian Armenian community but also to Armenians everywhere, including a number of important article that advocated for a free and independent Armenia.
  
 
A bust of Shmavonian was unveiled in the yard of Surb Nazaret Armenian Church of Calcutta on December 12, 200?.
 
A bust of Shmavonian was unveiled in the yard of Surb Nazaret Armenian Church of Calcutta on December 12, 200?.

Revision as of 02:22, 10 February 2007

HAROUTIUN SHMAVONIAN, was a native of Persia, founder of Armenian journalism and editor of the Azdarar journal in Madras, India. Azdarar was published for a period of two years, from 1794-1796. It printed articles of interest not only to the Indian Armenian community but also to Armenians everywhere, including a number of important article that advocated for a free and independent Armenia.

A bust of Shmavonian was unveiled in the yard of Surb Nazaret Armenian Church of Calcutta on December 12, 200?.

Between 1794 and 1863, at least 11 Armenian-language journals were published in Madras, Calcutta and Bombay, including the Patriot Armenian, the official newspaper of the Araratian Society, which was formed in 1845.

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"THE ARMENIANS OF INDIA, An Historical Legacy [1]" by David Zenian (AGBU News Magazine)