Shankha Dwiper Nao by Brajamadhab Bhattacharya ebook PDF.
The author – Brajamadhab Bhattacharjya,
Book Name – Shankha Dwiper Nao,
Pages – 296,
Format – PDF,
PDF Size – 10 MB,
Brajamadhab Bhattacharya has written Bengali romantic stories called Shankha Dwiper Nao.
Brajamadhab Bhattacharya is the author of the Bengali romantic book Shankha Dwiper Nao. The stories in the book Now on the Conch Island were first published serially in the Bashudhara monthly. The book can be called an ocean romantic letter writing. Because the author has written in this book like a romantic letter with various descriptions of the ocean.
Author Brajamadhab Bhattacharya was born on July 7, 1910 in Kashi, India. Their ancestral home was in the village of Pratappur near Barisal in present day Bangladesh. His ancestor Ratnakishore moved to India from Bangladesh to study and settled there permanently. When his family members found out about it, Ratnakishore’s uncle persuaded him and took him back to the village.
He was a villager for a long time so he did not like it at all. Her uncle married her at the age of 50 to a beautiful girl they knew. Ratnakishore has three children. But unfortunately his wife died one day after having three children. After the death of his wife, Ratnakishore could not stay in the village due to mental pain, then he moved to Kashi again. Benimadhab was 14 years old at that time and Radhamadhab was only 7 years old then.
His notable books are below
Shankha Dwiper Nao, Kinnar Pahari, Manchamaya, Perute Surya Lal, Cove O Johner Ruhan Ali, Caribbeaner Surya, Cyprus-Surya Macaris etc.
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 India. Some time later, a widow of a zamindar of Krishnapur bought a house in Kashi and built a temple there and installed an idol of Shiva. Radhamadhava was given the responsibility of worshiping and looking after the temple as a priest. This is where Brajmadhab was born. He was the eighth child of the family.
They have been living in Kashi for 62 years after the death of the widow of the zamindar of Krishnapur, but they had to leave the house due to legal issues. Brajmadhab’s father Radhamadhab was a kind, selfless, compassionate, polite and determined man. The influence of his ordinary life greatly affected his son Brajmadhab.
His father was an orthodox Brahmin, a toll scholar and a devout devotee. Until the last days of his life, Brajmadhav accepted and adhered to his father’s selflessness, devotion and practical outlook on every aspect of his life. They grew up in a joint family in Kashi. The author has beautifully recounted the various memories of his upbringing and the ups and downs of his adolescent life from that joint environment. He spent his childhood in various tensions between people of different natures. In a word, his life was terribly dramatic.
Brajamadhab was extremely talented from his childhood. So he was admitted to English medium school from an early age. But he also had extraordinary talent in Sanskrit. And that is the source of his entry in Bengali language. Gradually he became closely associated 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 several times to escape the British police. He came to Calcutta many times on that basis. Thus, without his knowledge, a spiritual attraction towards Bengal developed. At one time he also started writing novels, stories and various papers in Bengali language.
As a result of his deep love for the Bengali language, he could not leave the land of Bengal. Here he had the signature of perfect skill as a teacher and in building educational institutions.
While at the Union Academy in Delhi, bureaucrats could not deviate from his ideals. The temptation of power and honor has not touched him, he has worked with devotion and honesty all his life. He traveled to distant Guinea, Trinidad for work, but returned to India after traveling around the world. And Bangladesh in particular woke him up again and again and with that spiritual heart he returned to Calcutta. He has made incomparable contribution to Bengali literature. He has written many stories, poems, short stories and novels.
PDF file of the story book Shankhadwiper Nao.