Kshudhita Pashan Bengali story by Rabindranath Tagore PDF.
Book – Kshudhita Pashan,
Poet – Rabindranath Tagore,
Format – PDF,
Rabindranath Tagore wrote the story book Kshudhita Pashan (Hungry Stone).
The story Kshudhita Pashan (Hungry Stone) was first revealed by the poet Rabindranath Tagore when he was in Porabari for some time during the royal period in Shahbag, Ahmedabad. It was published in 1302 BS. That Shahibaug was the residence of Satyendranath Tagore. He was engaged in judicial work there. Poet Rabindranath Tagore was there for some time before leaving for Billet in 1285 AD. That information is known from the book ‘Childhood’. After Satyendranath Tagore went to court, Rabindranath used to walk alone in the lonely Shahibag. He was 17 years old at the time. The theme of the story is that he mastered the Kshudhita Pashan here.
A year before the story was written, Indira Devi had written a letter from Shahjadpur to the former sign of Kshudhita Pashan (Hungry Stone). Shahjadpur was deeply attracted to Rabindranath Tagore. Nirmoh’s maya, the wind here, the green stalks, the mystery of the birds, the strange smell of the flowers always fascinated the poet. Here he found the abode of the poet who had been wandering for so long in search of world nature and the universe. Sitting here, the poet’s mind became the mold of the hungry stone story.
The wording of the story Kshudhita Pashan (Hungry Stone) is about 3750. The story was published in 1302 BS in the Shravan issue of Sadhana Patrika. It’s like an Arabic novel. In 1895, the poet wrote in this context – I am writing a story to sit and sort. A little dark story. Such a wonderful picture of the natural environment of the story, such a beautiful form of romantic fantasy, such a far-sightedness of the short story writer with the poet’s imagination is a rare example of Bengali literature and world literature.
Not only the short story writer Rabindra-Manon has been bridged with poet-thinking, but also the world of Rabindra-Sangeet. The relationship of Rabindra-Sangeet with Rabindra-Sangeet is detailed in many places but it has been presented in a special way. In the story series of Rabindranath’s autobiography.
The stories of Rabindranath’s autobiographical style can be said to be fairly –
- Ghater Katha About the Ghats (1291 BS),
Megh O Roudra (Clouds and sunshine) 1301 BS,
Kshudhita Pashan (Hungry Stone) 1302 Bs.,
Bostami (1328 BS),
Parir Parichoy (Introduction to the Fairy)-(1329 BS),
We get the notation of the fiction of all the above stories in the songs written by Rabindranath long after the stories were published. 1302 BS A song composed in 1330 BS to match the notation of the hungry stone story.
By creating a mysterious world with the romantic consciousness of the past history of the fantasy world, he has created such an unexpected world by touching the pen of the poem, gaining an indescribable transcendental entity from the story to the reader. In the solitary palace, the cotton collector wanders all night behind the young Iranian slave girl. She thinks at times, who is pushing slowly, again, or in the mirror – the young Iranian shadow comes and bends her neck in the blink of an eye, her deep black eyes stare deeply at the star’s intense passion, with a hint of indistinct language in the juicy beautiful image. In the light beautiful dance, his youthful body would quickly merge into the mirror.
Kshudhita Pashan (Hungry Stone) is the story of the thirsty hunger of Rabindranath’s romantic mind. The crooked path blossoming on the children of Giri Kundu of lonely pepper, the palace of luxury of Sha-mamud, the bathing seta of young Persian women before bathing, ghazal song in the vineyard, the talk of Nahabat from afar, the anklet of Niktik, the poet of all. The heroine of the story has intensified the poet’s romantic urgency.
The narrator says, “He drove me crazy. I used to go from room to room in the alleys of Mayapur, the complex path of dreams in the abyss of sleep every night due to his affair.”
In Pashanpuri, the captive young heroine pleads with the narrator of the story in a warm voice – You rescue me, hard Maya, deep sleep, breaking all the doors of fruitless dreams, you lift me on horseback and hold me close to your chest, through the forest, over the hill, river Cross over and take me into your sunny room. Save me
Manas abhisare soaked ‘hungry stone’. Three years before composing the story, he composed the poems ‘Sonar Tari’ and ‘Manas Sundari’. The poet is looking for Manas Sundari in the twilight of the twilight-evening and dawn path in the fragrant spring air, on the full moon night or in the middle of the autumn shefali chayanika. The poet finds her differently in the poem ‘Chitra’ –
“All human beings are eternal in heaven
O dream mate “.
To make ‘Anantarangini’ a dream come true, the poet would have been involved in the affair of ‘Missing Journey’, and this is where he asked the question-
“How far will Moore go?”
O beauty? ”
In the world of storytelling, it is as if the passion of romantic emotion has found its way. The concubine of ‘Manas Sundari’ is like the concubine of the story ‘Hungry Stone’. The poet has left the house and gone out into the enchanted world of the story by responding to the call of the lost journey, stranger, foreigner, sweet laughter, and so the poet wants to say – “Come closer to Karah Parash”.
Although there is no horror in the story, the ghostly juice has accumulated.
The protagonist of the story used to get entangled in the trap of intoxication on a dark night in Pashanpuri. The thrill of the fragmentary dreamy emotion in the story is not exactly frightening, but it has created a thrilling ghostly atmosphere with most of the life stories of the royal era. Although the story is set in the background with the bizarre plot of the historical monarchical world, Meher A.
Lee’s remarks are reminiscent of the real conscious environment.
This is exactly the similarity we find in a quote from Bankimchandra’s novel Kapalkundala. The combination of this unreality with real life has created the pursuit of unique retention of romantic poetry. The narrator of the story, while spending the night in Pashanpuri, is exposed to the experience of a mysterious siege of two and a half hundred years ago.
Rabindranath seems to have mastered his art in presenting the content of the story in an integrated manner in the intricate web of rotating time format. The bridge of real and unreal fantasy has been created.
That is why the PDF file of Rabindranath’s best story ‘Kshudhita Pashan’ is given on this page. Readers can easily collect the PDF file of this book from this webpage and read it online.