Balai Chand Mullick

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Balai Chand Mullick (his last name also spelled Mullik and Mallik) from Calcutta joined the Bengal Theosophical Society when it was formed, in April, 1882.

On November 21, 1882, he wrote a note sharing his experience practicing Prāṇāyāma and the bad consequences for his health that resulted from it.[1]

On November 24 he was present in a conversation with Mme. Blavatsky and some chelas at Adyar and witnessed a phenomenal delivery of a letter to S. Ramaswamier.


  1. Balai Chand Mullick, "A Warning to Brothers Theosophists," The Theosophist (Supplement) (December, 1882), 9.