From Terrorism in Bengal, Ed. Amiya K. Samanta, Government of West Bengal, Calcutta, 1995, Vol. V: W. Sealy's "Connections with the Revolutionary Organization in Bihar and Orissa (1906-1916)"
p.18: In 1907, Barin rented Sil's (or Seal's) Lodge from its owner Devendra Nath Sil, the full address given on p.16 : "Raidhi, P.O. Rohini, via Baidyanath, Deoghar". This was Barin's first bomb factory (pp.16-17)
p20: The police was informed that "machinery used by the conspirators at Sil's Lodge, might be found at Raidih, buried under the ground" (§24).
p20 : On 15 February 1908, the compound of the house at Raidih, "in which Arabinda's (§22) mother [Swarnalata] had lived, was dug up (...) A vice, portion of a drilling machine, a wrench, 4 drills, and bolts and nuts were recovered, buried deep in the ground. Saran Lata [Swarnalata] used to rush out with a sword whenever anyone approached the Raidih house."(§25).
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