The some famous Novels of Author Debesh Roy (Bedouin).
Debesh Roy (December 16, 1936 – May 14, 2020) was an international Bengali Indian writer. He was awarded India’s second highest literary honor, the Sahitya Akademi Award, in 1990 for his novel Teesta Parer. In Bengali literature he was known as a chaotic modern novelist.
Debesh Roy was born on 16 December 1936 in the undivided Bengal of British India, in the village of Bagmara in the present day Pabna district of Bangladesh. His father’s name is Kshitish Roy and mother’s name is Aparna Roy. His family moved to Jalpaiguri in 1943. From 1989 to 1989, he edited the identity magazine for a decade. He grew up in North Bengal. From his student days he was a full-time worker of the Communist Party of India. While studying at university he became directly involved in left politics. Rajbangshi language was learned through politics.
He was also associated with the trade union movement in Calcutta. He was a research fellow at the Center for Studies in Social Sciences. His first story was published in 1953 in Jallark. His first novel was Jayati. Notable books on his literary life for more than half a century are: Jayati, For the Peace, Why People Kill (198), Mofasbli Birtant (1960), Samay Asmayer Birtant (1993), Teesta Parer Birtant (198), Teesta Purana, Report, People of History, Yogen Mandal of Barisal, Yusuf Zulekha, Constitutional Session (2019), Logan Gandhar (1995), Debesh Roy’s work and the source of inspiration for his life was the Teesta River-centric Rajbangshi community in North Bengal. He won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1990 for his novel Teesta Parer. He was also honored by the Language Literary Council and the Vualka Prize. His translation is Romeo Juliet, The Daughters of Troy. The book of the main essay – Eighteenth Century Bengali Prose and Colonial Society and Bengali Journalist Prose, Contrasts with the Real and Rabindranath’s Stories, In Search of New Types of Novels, Individuals, Rabindranath and His Prose Until his death, he was busy editing the prestigious ‘Setubandhan’ magazine.
Debesh Roy passed away on 14 May 2020 in a private nursing home in Kolkata. Kakali Roy has already died in 2016. Their only child, Devarshi Roy, works in Bangalore.
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