Krishna Kumar Mitra (1852-1936) – Founder-editor of The Sanjibani. Brahmo devotee, professor and a leading activist in the Indian freedom movement. At his wedding reception Narendranath (later Swami Vivekananda) was one among the Brahmo singers. He first saw the Master at the annual festival of Sinduriapati Brahmo Samaj at the residence of Nepalchandra and Gopalchandra Mallick in 1881 (Udbodhan, 38.2. 337-38). He saw and heard the Master on numerous occasions at Benimadhab Pal’s garden-house at Sinthee, at Sadharan Brahmo Samaj. Later wrote many articles on the Master and in his autobiography Atmacharit (1343 according to Bengali calendar) too he wrote about him and Narendranath. In his memoirs published in The Prabasi (Phalgun, 1342) it was he who first reported the Master’s famous comment, “Just as one feels the wind on one’s body, I feel God on my body.” He gives an eye-witness account of the Master in a state of samadhi and of his melodious rendering of Brahma-sangit.