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Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. It narrates the struggle of Shashi, the protagonist, and doctor, who relentlessly strives to uplift his village and free it from baseless superstitions surrounded by hollow Hindu rituals. Lameya Labiba rated it liked it Feb 16, Unsourced material may be nached and removed.
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? An elderly couple are canonised as saints after committing morphine-induced suicide; the daughter of one of the village elders gets married off to a wealthy businessman in Kolkata who treats mahik as a concubine In a rural backdrop, it depicts the lives of different individuals showing the variety of lives in Bengal. Chander Pahar Bengali Edition. In Putulnacher Itikatha he took on rather savagely the hypocrisy in villages: You should also read Aranyak Pdf book.
The sense of tragedy should have been harsher to punish the readers. Manik walked into the office of the periodical and dropped the story Atashi Mami Aunt Atashi in their putup box. He lived in a small town called Dumka in the district of Santal Parganas in the state of Bihar in India. Kuntala rated it liked it Jan 31, It narrates the struggle of Shashi, the protagonist, and doctor, who relentlessly It deals with the hypocrisies, alcohol addiction and irresistible carnal impulses unveiling dark, nasty and pseudo-conservative shades of Bengali ethos.
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His stories and novels were published in literary magazines of the then Bengal. It is a staunch protest filled with anecdotes of kindness and cruelty, love and hate, trust and betrayal, all of bajdyopadhyay strike at the root of the forced, shallow customs feeding on the Bengali society. Jiban smriti Bengali Edition.
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