Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay Wrote Upanyas Samagra

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Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay wrote Upanyas Samagra.

Book – Upanyas Samagra
Category- bengali novel book
Size – 17 MB

Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay wrote Upanyas Samagra.

The stories and novels in his famous works caused a stir all over India at that time. Upanyas Samagra is compiled with his famous novels.

The stories compiled in this Upanyas Samagra are Anandamath, Bishbrikkho, Chandrashekhar, Devi Chaudhurani, Durgesh Nandini, Indira, Jugalanguriya, kapalkundala, krishnakanter will, Mrinalini, Radha Rani, Rajini, Raj Singh, Sitaram etc.

Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay was a famous novelist of India. He is also well known as a journalist. He understood the plight of the countrymen in the subjugated India and the oppression, exploitation and deprivation by the foreign rulers, and all these aspects were highlighted in his literature. At that time he started publishing Bangadarshan in 1872. His Bangadarshan published articles on literature, science, philosophy, poetry, sociology, theology, history, economics, etc. As a result, this magazine received a great response in the social and literary life of Bengal.

His patriotic novels like Rajsingha, Ananda Math, Devi Chowdhurani, Sitaram etc. were published at that time and the books based on those novels caused a stir all over the country. His song Vande Mataram made its debut as the national anthem of India. He wrote a total of 14 novels. Also his notable books are Science Mystery, Folk Mystery, Krishnacharitra, Bankim Novel Complete, Lalita, Deenbandhu Mitra’s Biography, Theology, Srimadbhagavata Gita etc.

He was born on 27th June 1838 in Kathalpara village of Naihati in 24 Parganas district. His father Yadav Chandra Chattopadhyay was a prominent person and held the post of Deputy Collector of Medinipur. Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay came to his father’s workplace in Medinipur and was admitted to the collegiate school and passed with distinction.

At the end of his school life, he was admitted to Mahasin College in Hooghly district in 1849. He was then admitted to Presidency College, Calcutta (in 1856) to study law. In the same year he wrote prose and verse. A book of poems called Manas was published. Calcutta University was established in January 1857 and introduced the entrance examination. Bankim chandra passed the first division with the entrance examination from the law department of the Presidency College and the following year in 1858 he took the BA examination for the first time. A total of 10 students from Calcutta University appeared for the examination that year, out of which only two passed the final examination of graduation, he was one of them.
He then began preparing for the law exam and finished third in the first division with a law exam from Presidency College. Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay joined the government service as Deputy Magistrate and Deputy Collector of Jassore District before passing the law examination. 12 years later he took the law exam at Presidency College. He served the government for 23 long years and retired in September 1891. Bankim chandra’s wife died in 1859 while in Jassore district.

Literary practice started from the first life. In 1865 he published Durgesh Nandini followed by Kapalakundula and Mrinalini. These three novels are the foundations of Bengali novel literature. He died in 1894.

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Bankim Upanyas Samagra Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay.

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