Grihastha-Mangal was a monthly Bengali journal published from Calcutta by Aswini Kumar Chatterji at the Tara Press. Started in 1334 B.S. (1927), the journal focused on a variety of themes from the society and life of Bengal. The journal published articles on agriculture and rural society, the food situation, public health, medicine, trade and industry, social relations, women, physical exercise, education, politics, history, and international affairs. The journal had a number of regular sections: ‘Krishir Mashik Karjya’; ‘Desh-Bidesh’; ‘Sat Kotha’; ‘Janbar Kotha’; ‘Adan Prodan’; ‘Bhabbar Kotha’; ‘Bichitra Barta’; and ‘Pustak Parichay’ (Book Reviews).
Published articles included Prafulla Chandra Ray’s ‘Anna-Somosya o Tahar Samadhan’ (The Food Crisis and its Solution); Rajendranath Chattopadhyay’s ‘Swadeshi o Bideshi Rang’ (Swadeshi and Foreign Color); Akhshay Kumar Sengupta’s ‘Byakti o Jatir Dhanbriddhir Sahayatay Bima’ (Insurance for the Growth of Individual Wealth and the Wealth of the Nation); Kali Kumar Mitra’s ‘Palli Gothoner Upay’ (The Means of Village Reconstruction); Sumala Debi’s ‘Narittwer Adarsha’ (Ideals of Womanhood); Jitendranath Sengupta’s ‘Sahaj Byam Pranali’ (Easy Exercises); Gurudas Ray’s ‘Bargi Dalane Bangalir Biratta’ (The Heroism of Bengalis Against the Bargis); Kali Charan Ghose’s ‘Bangalay Shikhshar Byabastha’ (The Educational System in Bengal); Jiban Kali Ray’s ‘Ayurbeder Swastha Bidhi’ (The Health Regulations of Ayurveda); Narayan Chandra Gangopadhyay’s ‘Samabay o Sanghabaddha Jiban’ (Cooperative and Organised Life); and Nagendranath Bhattcharya’s ‘Prachin Banglay Banijya o Nou-bal’ (Commerce and Naval Power in Ancient Bengal).