Galpo Sangraha by Jyotirindra Nandi Bengali PDF.
Book – Galpo Sangraha,
Author – Jyotirindra Nandi,
Genre – Bengali Collection Book,
Book Format – PDF,
PDF size – 8 MB,
Jyotirindra Nandi wrote the collection book Galpo Sangraha Bengali ebook PDF.
Jyotirindra Nandi was born in 1912 in Comilla district of Bangladesh. His pen name was Danu. Father was Apurba Nandi Brahmanbaria High School teacher, but he left teaching to take up the profession of lawyer and his mother was Charu Bala Nandi. The writer became closely involved with literature after passing the eighth standard. He passed the matriculation examination from Brahmanberiya Annada High School and He passed the matriculation examination from Brahmanberiya Annada High School and in 1930 he was admitted to Victoria College in Comilla district to study ISC.
What is the pen name of author Jyotirindra Nandi?
At that time, the police arrested him on the suspicion of being associated with the terrorist movement and he had to stay in Comilla Jail for four months. Even after he was released from prison, he had to stay in house arrest for a year and his literary activities were monitored. At that time, the author wrote a few stories in Jyotsna Roy, under the pseudonym Sonar Bangla and Banglar Bani Patrika. The story titled ‘Journalist’ in Bani newspaper of Bengal brought him recognition in the reading community. After passing ISC, he got admission in BA class in Victoria College in 1932.
During this time he wrote many stories in Purbasa Sahitya magazine. Later his story called ‘Khelna’ was published. He passed BA under police surveillance. During this time he became closely involved with literature and his writings received a great response from the readership. His story ‘Raycharan Babri’ was published in Desh Patrika and his story ‘Nadi O Nari’ was published in ‘Prichoy Patrika’.
Jyotirindra Nandi honored with Suresh Chandra Smriti award
The writer moved to Calcutta in search of a job and joined Bengal Immunity. But he could not be involved in the work here for long, because of his addiction to literature, he left that work and joined Jugantar magazine as a sub editor. But suddenly for an unknown reason he left the newspaper job, joined Tata Aircraft office, but he could not stay there for long. His novel ‘Baro Ghar Ek Uthon’ was serially published in Desh Patrika. The novel ‘Nilratri’ was serialized in Chaturanga Patrika and later published in book form. In 1965 Anandabazar newspaper honored Jyotirindra Nandi with Suresh Chandra Smriti award.
Some of his famous compositions include Khelna (Toys), Suryamukhi, Mirar Dupur, Shalik Ki Charui. His collected stories made a huge impression on the readers at that time. Among them are hero heroine, Kheloyar (player), khuki, charuivati, Badhira (Deaf), Bholababur Bhul, Chamra (Leather) etc.
His famous novels are Neelratri, Grishma Basar, Baro Ghar Ek Uthon, Bananir Prem, Golaper Nesha (Rose Intoxication), Nishchintapurer Manush, Samudra Onek Dur (The Sea Is Far Away), Alor Bhuban (The World of Light),Hridoyer Rong (The Color of Heart), Akasalina, Nisonga Joubon (Lonely Youth), Nagkesharer Dinguli, Premer Cheye Boro (Bigger Than Love), Moner Moton (Like Mind) and Pronoy Ek Pran (Love is a life art).
A face like a cloudy sky. no smile No words. Why is this boy like this? quietly Does not play sports, does not associate with anyone. Children at this age are fussy. They are running all the time. Earnest for this, crying for that, happy to get toys, food. Ahlad started dancing when he heard the name of going to the fair. When the jam is ripe, they rush to the jamatala, they crowd under the cool trees in the winter sun. This boy is not.
Canopy kitchen. The tattered bamboo fence, the tin rice, the grandfather’s bedroom, called the big house. One-lane road in the middle, Puimacha next to the road to Pukurghat. ‘Dhanu’ is standing silently near the loft. What is he thinking?
Where does the four-year-old son’s thoughts come from? What are you thinking?, Mom asks. Then ‘Thakurda’, ‘Thandi’ asks. Then uncle and Pisi. Uh, who will answer. There is no anger in the boy’s face. Dabbing and looking at the pond. A shack with palms and twigs spread out behind a shack with a red-tinted sky. The sun goes down.
His uncle said, ‘Dhanu’ is watching the sky. Big PC said, he is watching the grasshopper. A red grasshopper flies near the palm tree. Thandi said, I think his wife is sleepy, eat and sleep. Mother came running and slapped him on the cheek. Actually, he doesn’t mind here. For uncle’s house.
By that time, after finishing his coat, he returned home and left the lawyer’s fight. Then holding his son’s hand across the road straight to Kaviraj Mashay’s sitting room. Inside the back room full of medicine cabinets is a chess chat. How many glasses surround the chess board? Seasoned enthusiastic head. Huko’s guruk- guruk. washing coil And from time to time, the pill started cheering. Oh, feed the horse. Hold the boat sir. The boy sitting next to him is none other than writer Jyotirindra Nandi.
What ideal the author Jyotirindra Nandi wanted to establish in ‘Suryamukhi’ remains unclear to us today. A story about a small prosperous town. There were some good people, some bad people. Their greed was envy, desire was, there was enough love and compassion for someone! to whom in They wanted to live with these. Generally the way people want to live. No big aspiration fatal dream was before their eyes. And the author just wanted to show where their destiny finally took them. He did not write this novel to propagate ideals.
After ‘Suryamukhi’ Mirar Dupur is his second novel. The third novel is Baro Ghar Ek Uthon. According to the opinion of the readers, Baro Ghar Ek Uthon is the most popular and widely read novel of the author. may be Many faces, many characters, many dark pains and moans in this book. It is also serially published in Desh Patrika. It took ten months for the author to finish the writing of “Country”. But after finishing it, he felt that the ending of the novel was not right. remains incomplete. A few more things remain to be said. So he had to write a lot more before publishing it. About three forms.
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Baro Ghar Ek Uthon was attacked from various quarters that day. Some of the learned readers were also vocal in condemning the novel. Their statements went something like this: There is no doubt that Jyotirindra must have worked hard to write this great novel. And Undoubtedly in this book he shows as much artistry as possible. But all his labors have ended in artistic failure. Such a tragic waste of talent is not often seen. He has seen only darkness. As he himself has not seen the light, neither has he seen any of his characters. He was not able to take the path of passage to the path of light.
Jyotirindra Nandi admits that I did not write this book to show the passage to show the light. For among the characters he had seen and known, there was not a single man who could have spoken the words of noble philosophy from their presence. He has shown how dark, how low the people of the endangered and degraded society can sink just to survive, somehow to sustain their existence, so if I had to take them to the path of light or passage, I would have to write another volume ‘Baro Ghar Ek Uthon’. Because he The characters he saw did nothing more than earn a living, eat, sleep, have sex, produce children, and gaze lustfully at other women, never beyond that.
However, it is not that there were no exceptions. Like Ruchi and Shivnath. Why would they allow themselves to sink into darkness? They had the wisdom and prudence to reach out to the light like the middle-class intellectuals of old. But was there any combination of noble philosophy or spirituality with this light. As if wearing the warmth of steadfast prosperity, like a bee on a winter morning, the two are eager to spread their wings in the sunshine of good fortune.
However, after writing “Baro Ghar Ek Uthon” there was no lack of criticism from the critics, as well as many praises were heaped on the fate of the writer. It is difficult to say which side of the scale was heavier. Realized that the more an artist looks outside to check the good or bad of his work, the more he has to cheat. His only one piece of paper that came out screamed the sky as a good work. And almost at the same time, he saw a failed work on the same class of paper – nothing happened. etc. The group arrested the writer. At the same time, you enjoyed the pleasures and pains of hell-dwelling and heaven-dwelling.
The era is very busy. He has to stand in front of many papers, many readers, many doctrines. Even though he closed his eyes, the eyes of criticism rushed to his eyelids. At the same time he had to face a storm of criticism and praise. What if one of his friends refuses to go above twenty-four after seeing his shoes costing forty rupees, what if one of his super-devotee friends starts to estimate seventy rupees after seeing his seventeen rupees dress? no way
It goes without saying that this author Jyotirindra Nandi’s novel has become an invaluable asset of Bengali literature. This author’s novel is unreadable, this work is unnecessary in the field of literature. Which of these two anti-tradition views will the novelist accept? Condemnation and praise at the same time Sumeru or Kumeru he steps? As if at the same time a telegram rushed to his hand. Your horse is fast in the race – his horse has not left. That is, writing a book at the same time the novelist laughed and cried – right? This is a curse in the artist’s life.
Test again! The author Jyotirindra Nandi thinks so. The test is whether the artist puts his hand to his next work with unwavering faith in his own creative power. Because if he understands that no such criticism is a worthwhile discussion, then the foolishness of self-criticism based on all this can no longer be there. At least he does not think that the artist has anything else to do but hold fast to his convictions and ride over the waves of a thousand different opinions.
Jyotirindra Nandi does not think any novel is the best among the author’s works so far. Best in own composition, where to apply the word. The writer feels that none of his works were perfect, not all-round beautiful, should have been written better. Anyway, the author has tried to write the novel ‘Premer Cheye Baro’ according to his heart. Everyone liked the content. This is his writing Only the readers can tell how worthwhile it is. There is no question of dissatisfaction here either. However, the readers found it relatively better than other works of the author Jyotirindra Nandi.
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