Bangla Sahityer Itibritta Vol – 3 (Part-2) by Asit kumar Bandyopadhyay PDF.
Book – Bangla Sahityer Itibritta Vol-3 (Part-2),
Author – Asit Kumar Bandyopadhyay,
Book Format – PDF,
PDF Size – 12 MB,
PDF Pages – 458,
Asit Kumar Bandyopadhyay has written the Bangla Sahityer Itibritta (History of Bengali Literature) Volume III Part II.
The third volume (second part) of the history of Bengali literature has made a factual and logical analysis of various issues of the first half of the eighteenth century. In 1966, the first part of the third volume of this history book of Bengali literature was published. The first part of the second volume of this book was published in the seventeenth century. This time the author has published the Bangla Sahityer Itibritta Vol-3 Part-2 (History of Bengali literature third volume second part) based on the first half of the eighteenth century.
In this book he mentions various aspects of Bengali literature, culture and history of the first half of the eighteenth century. The devastation of the state and society of Bangladesh began to germinate around this century. After the death of King Aurangzeb of Alamgir in the early eighteenth century, there was a struggle among the descendants to ascend the throne of Delhi. On this occasion Ahmad Shah Abdali invaded India. There was a resurgence of Maratha power. The movement of foreign merchants started in the meeting place of Delhi and against the marketing of goods. Thus in the first decade of the eighteenth century the impending night disaster approached India.
Aurangzeb’s death from 1707 to the Battle of Palashi in 1757 – this half-century is the period of the ultimate catastrophe of national life. Because at this time the Mughal Empire had collapsed. The system of governance turned into complete anarchy.
Mangalakavya or Abhayamangalakavya of the lower middle class was composed in the eighteenth century based on the anecdotes of Kalketu and Dhanpati belonging to the old Chandimangalakavya genre. In the evolution of the history of literature, these are only considered as footnotes. Muktaram Sen, Krishna Jiban, Lala Joynarayan, Harish Chandra Bose, Mukunda, Bhabani Shankar Das, Harinam etc. are some of the poets who wrote based on the anecdote of Kalketu Dhanpati of old Chandi Mangal. Almost all of them were proficient in composing Bengali literature of that time.
Readers can collect some notable works of Asit Kumar Bandyopadhyay
- Bangla Sahityer Itibritta Vol-1
- Bangla Sahityer Itibritta Vol-2
- Adhunik Bangla Sahityer Sankhipta Itibritya
- Bangla Sahityer Sankhipta Itibritta
The number of basic translation literature in the eighteenth century is very small, and the quality of it is very small, although numerous books have been found on the subject. Many translations of the Ramayana based on the Mahabharata were piled up in this century.
Some Vaishnava Purana Kavya Tattva and Goswami Prabhu’s books were briefly translated. Numerous books written by Krittibas and Kashiram are preserved in the libraries of Bangiya Sahitya Parishad, Calcutta University and Visva-Bharati University. Apart from Bhagavata, the Bengali translation of Vaishnava texts became very popular in Vaishnava society during this century. In this regard, the author has given a brief introduction of all the translated literature in this book.
In the eighteenth century, many episodes of Ramayana were translated and disseminated in isolation. However, the Ramayana of Krittibas became more popular. So it seems that in the eighteenth century Bangladesh Krittivasi Ramayana got special publicity and even the excellent works of other poets merged with the works of Krittibas.
At this time the worship of Kalika idol started. In Tantrasar, various types of Kalika can be observed in the worship of Bangladesh. Famous Tantric teachers like Brahmananda and Purnananda of the sixteenth century have explained various aspects of Tantric sadhana and worship of Kali. The Shaktapadabali of Bengali translation is predicted. But Shaktapadavali, as a prominent branch of poetry, gained its predominance in the eighteenth century.
Moreover, he received considerable help from many eminent writers and literary figures during the writing of this book. This book covers various aspects of Bengali literature from prehistoric times, Christian tenth to twelfth centuries – especially Vedic Sanhita, Aranyaka and Brahman, Panini Patanjali and Dharma Shastra, Ramayana and Mahabharata, Jain and Buddhist texts, Geographical resources of ancient Bengal, Bangladesh on the path of history, ancient Bengal He has specially highlighted the department and the land of old Bengali literature.
In this text the author has beautifully described the “Age of Consciousness” (1799 – 1805). Therefore, this book can be called an invaluable resource of Bengali literature. In this book, the author has beautifully presented various aspects of Bengali literature. There is no doubt that it will be especially helpful for those who are doing research on Bengali literature and those who are studying for a higher degree in Bengali literature.
We believe that this book will be considered as an invaluable gem for the readers of Bengali literature.
An important book for analyzing various aspects of Bengali literature, so the PDF file of this book is given on this webpage for the readers. Readers can easily collect the book History of Bengali Literature Volume III (Part II) from this web page and read it online.