Kinnar Pahari by Brajamadhab Bhattacharjya ebook PDF.
The author – Brajamadhab Bhattacharjya,
Book – Kinnar Pahari,
Pages – 304,
Format – PDF,
PDF Size – 8 MB,
Brajamadhab Bhattacharjya wrote the bengali story book Kinnar Pahari
The author of the Bengali travel story book Kinnar Pahari is Brajamadhab Bhattacharjya. The stories in the Kinnar Pahari book were first published serially in Basudhara monthly. The book was then named Out of Circles. It is a delightful and intriguing account of the intimate proximity of the forested hills through the Khadrala Camp, a youth gathering of various states of independent India, in the foothills of the Himachal Pradesh.
Author Brajamadhab Bhattacharjya was born on 7 July 1910 in Kashi, India. Their ancestral home was in the village of Pratappur near Barisal in present day Bangladesh. Ratnakishore, one of his ancestors, migrated from Bangladesh to India to study and settled there. When his family members found out about it, they took him back to his uncle’s village in Ratnakishore. For a long time he was on the new island. Her uncle married her at the age of 50. They have three children. After the death of his wife, Ratnakishore moved to Kashi. At that time Benimadhab was 14 years old and Radhamadhab was 7 years old.
After the death of Ratnakishore in Kashi, extreme poverty was seen in their family. As a result, they were forced to return to Barisal in the whole of India. Later, a widow of a zamindar of Krishnapur bought a house in Kashi and set up an idol of Shiva, entrusting Radhamadhav with her care. Here they have lived for 62 years in a row, but they have to leave the house due to legal issues. Brajmadhab was born there. He was the eighth child. Brajmadhab’s father Radhamadhab was a kind, selfless, sympathetic, polite and determined man. His very ordinary life was influenced by his son Brajamadhab.
Until the last days of his life, Brajamadhab accepted and adhered to his father’s selflessness, devotion and realistic outlook on life as the norm of his life. In Kashi they grew up in a joint family. There are various memories, details of ups and downs the teenage life of Brajamadhab growing up in that joint environment. He spent his childhood in various tensions between people of different natures. In a word, his life was terribly dramatic. His father was an orthodox Brahmin, a toll scholar and a devout worshiper.
Brajamadhab was an extraordinary genius from his childhood. Admitted to study in English medium school. But in Sanskrit he was endowed with extraordinary talent. And that is the source of his entry into the Bengali language. He became intimately involved with the Bengali language.
He later joined the anti-British movement to liberate the country from subjugation. As a result, he had to go into hiding many times to escape the British police. He came to Calcutta many times on that basis. In this way, without his knowledge, a spiritual attraction towards Bengal developed. During that time he also started writing in Bengali. As a result, he could not leave Bengal. It was here that he showed great determination in building educational institutions as a teacher.
While at the Union Academy in Delhi, Rajya, bureaucrats could not shake him from his ideals. The temptation of power and honor could not shake him for life. He moved to distant Guinea, Trinidad for work, but returned to India after traveling around the world. And Bengali in particular awakened him spiritually again and again and moved to Calcutta with a heavy heart. He has contributed to Bengali literature. He has written many stories, poems, short stories and novels.
His notable books are Shankhya Dwiper Nao (Ship on the Conch Island), Kinnar Pahari, Manchamaya, Perute Surya Lal, Cove & Johner Rouhan Ali , Surya in the Caribbean, Cyprus-Surya Macaris etc.
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