Prafulla Roy Rachana Samagra Vol-2 Edited by Bishnu Basu ebook pdf.
Prafulla Roy Rachana Samagra – The second volume has been edited by the author: Dr. Bishnu Basu. There are four novels in this collection, namely, Nona Jol Mithe Mati, Ikhane Pinjar, Amar Naam Bakul and Aloy Fera etc., a historical, inexhaustible and inspiring collection of Bengali literature.
Throughout this essay he has compiled a few stories which are Chor, Majhi, Raja Jai Raja Aase and Char. Collect the Rachana Samagra Vol-2 from this page below.
Dr. Bishnu Bose was a refugee from East Bengal. He came to Bengal in 1950. Some time before the Bengali language movement in Dhaka.
Then those who have been uprooted and tried to rehabilitate as refugees in different parts of India. Many have received help, but many have not. Curiosity about them was expressed in one of the personal memoirs of Prafulla Roy, a writer of this special period of post-independence India.
In this novel, he beautifully presents a valuable essay on the millions of simple innocent people who were evicted from their homeland by the then cunning and selfish power-hungry party to sit on the mat.
As one famous literary critic once said, not all people have tragedy. They are disasters. Tragedy occurs exclusively in the life of the individual. Hence the occurrence of the largest exodus in history. We have seen that in post-independence post-partition Bengal, its equivalent disaster has hardly happened in history. Not only did it happen, it is still happening. This tragic exhilaration of history seems to have driven Prafulla Roy out.
So after partition, the influx of refugees from East Pakistan came to West Bengal on the other side of the border. West Bengal is a small state. The pressure of millions of additional people fell on its 33,000 square miles. West Bengal did not have the strength to carry this burden. Refugees are not only responsible for this state, but for the whole country. So all the big rehabilitation projects were created. That’s right, some of the uprooted farming families will be sent to the Andamans and Dandakaranya.
Prafulla Roy has spent some of his life trying to rehabilitate himself in the indescribable environment of the Bengalis scattered in the Andamans and elsewhere in his stories and novels written at various times. The experience he gained in this regard not only captured the catastrophe of the collective, but also the deeper dimensions of his long past in the life of the individual. The second volume of this collection contains four novels and short stories of this category.
Before entering into the main discussion, some relevant introductions can be made to the essays compiled in this volume. Andaman is the background of the novel Nona Jol Mithe Mati. Prafulla Roy went there. This is his first novel about refugees resettled in the Andamans with disintegrated people, which came out in the late 5s. In it, he presents some pictures of the struggle of the uprooted people on an island far away from the mainland. He said rehabilitation work was first started in the southern Andamans. There is the city of Port Blair, the headquarters of this archipelago. The refugees were then dispersed to several other islands in the Andamans. These unfortunate decentralized poor diverse Bengalis were planted in various parts of the Andamans. His harshest biography has been expressed in Prafulla Roy’s novel Nona Jal Mithe Mati and several other writings. All these essays have not only become a document of a certain period of time, but have become a living narrative of the self-establishment of the eternal happiness-sorrow-man-woman.
As we know, the Andamans were once a haven for criminals in the formidable archipelago in the middle of Kalapani. They were sent here as exiles to punish the criminals. The identity of the glory of the British Empire. Not only the tainted convicts were sent here, but also the revolutionaries who took part in the freedom struggle were deported to cellular jails. Because the weather there was extremely unhealthy and damp and the death rate was abnormally high. Expression of heartlessness of foreign rulers. So the people of various provinces of the mainland of India were forced to live here at the same time as the aborigines of Jaroa and the militants. Exactly the same scene again after the country became independent, we saw that the refugees of East Bengal were sent to the Andamans by ship. But they did not give up. They struggled with the secondary soil and jungle and continued their deep pursuit of building a new society in an island surrounded by the sea. Trying to make the barren land there fertile. Trying to grow crops. Hatred, violence, hatred and enmity occur among people in the normal course of the family and society. This again shows the indomitable desire of a group of young men and women to meet. Love has come, which has resulted in marriage. It is not only Bengali’s who are hindered in this circle of love. Men and women from different parts of India have come. Even some people outside of him. There is a crazy Palsaheb who is fighting for their lives. In the novel Nona Jol Mithe Mati, Prafulla Roy presents a realistic picture to the readers.
Nona Jol Mithe Mati (Salt Water, Sweet Soil) – The novel is about the joint efforts of a community for disaster and rehabilitation. There are three more novels compiled here. Which is an intense film about the transition from personal danger and crisis to some people. Readers will notice that there is an inherent similarity between each novel, although their format is different. The period used in these novels is the fifties and sixties. These two decades are a critical period of Bengali life arising mainly from partition. Prafulla Roy, the author of the novel, wants to capture the believable nature of the massive economic turmoil that centered on a strange political shock and came to Bengal in the midst of great doubts, problems and crises, which led to many economic and spiritual catastrophes in the lives of many people.
Amar Naam Bakul novel. In the novel Bakul, a young woman named Bakul was also a victim of a difficult time in the partition of Bengal. At the beginning of this novel, the reader gets a description of a secret marriage Reasonably, he may think that he will then face a very simple love story, but after a while the story goes a little wrong, Bakul got married and could not make a family. Not that her husband Bijan cheated on her or showed a tendency to deny it. Bijan waited for him to decorate the house. But that was the end of the wait. Because of the financial responsibility that Bakul’s family imposed on him by his father, brother, brother-in-law and others Bakul and Bijan have not been able to overcome the kind of irrationality that is needed to get rid of it. One of the motivating points of this novel is that whenever the reader thinks that this crisis is over. Their reunion was no longer interrupted Then a deeper crisis came and forced them to separate So sometimes Bakul, sometimes Bijan constantly composes unintentional intervals They could never fill the empty flat they had collected to decorate their family in their life. Like Bakul, Bijan had a problem with his sister and nephew, and when the problem was about to be solved, it was as if the fate of Durmar had brought into their lives the displaced Jathamshai and his family from Upper Bengal. Bakul or Bijan or both could have ignored the denial if they wanted to, but they did not. They have faded away, embracing the whole subject of time. Yet humanity has not escaped. Bakul and Bijan Amalesharai are other extensions.
So when Bijan comes to the end of the novel, he says that it is not possible to do anything during the day. You and I will probably never be together. Bakul doesn’t say anything in reply …. there was nothing to say.
Aloy Fera novel is basically a story of two young men and women. However, their age is much less than Bijan and Bakul. Their names are Raja and Jaya. The venue is in Shyamnagar, a short distance from Kolkata. The nectar mantra of love can bring to life the assurance of perfection. Once this perfection can be embraced from the heart, it is not very difficult to return to the light. Prisons can no longer be such an obstacle. This Aloy Fera (Return to the Light) novel is written about various such events.
Prafulla Roy, the first writer of Bengali literature, appeared with a short story. Much like Manik Bandyopadhyay, he came to the office of Desh Weekly one day with a short story. He was only twenty then. He came to Calcutta from East Bengal a few years ago. The name of the story is Majhi. The story Majhi was published in Desh Patrika in 1954. Shortly afterwards, the story of the Chor (thief) was published in this magazine. Writer Prafulla Roy became famous in this readership for the first time. Then for almost half a century he wrote countless short stories with novels.
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