Sagina Mahato Novel by Gour Kishore Ghosh.
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Sagina Mahato revolutionary Novel by Gour Kishore Ghosh.
The novel Sagina Mahato is written by author Gour Kishore Ghosh. This novel is based entirely on the revolutionary movement of India. At that time, various revolutionary groups were formed under the indigenous and foreign ideology of India. The author gives some realistic pictures about the revolutionaries In this novel, who in the Indian revolutionaries are exposed to new ideas and nationalism, and then they dream of liberating the country.
He was a fighter, non-compromised, humanitarian journalist and author of Bangla literature. He was a fearless journalist, but never in his personal life and in the affairs of this journalist. He loved to write truthful writings, so he had to go to jail for that. Again, at various times he had to wear the face of various political parties, but he never gave up on them. His writing never stopped, but with boldness, truth telling repeatedly came out of his pen.
The film was produced with the novel Sagina Mahato. A biography of revolutionaries – if not read, a novel describing such a revolutionary movement would have gone out of our hands, without knowing about the novel based on the revolutionary movement in India.
In 1970, the Naxalite movement broke out in Bengal. He wrote that the politics of murder was not correct by the ideology and for this writing he had to read the wrath of Naxals and face severe attacks. At that time the Naxals announced that they wanted his head. Again, this man again rose in protest against the indiscriminate police policy against of Naxals. He repeatedly writes that the way in which police are executing arbitrary Naxals is inhumane. In journalism, this was the perfect way to lend his pen, which he never stopped writing.
In the same way, he was also recognized for literature and received various awards. Received the Magsaysay Award in 1981. the novel Sagina Mahato published in 1969, the movement for the protection of the rights of workers in the tea garden. After that he wrote Prem Nei, Jal Pore Pata Nore etc.
He wrote novels on the political, social and economical background of that time, Jal Pore Pata Nore, Prem Nei and Pratibeshi (Neighbors), his those trio novels are a burning document of public life. He has also authored stories and novels under the pseudonym is Rajarshi.
Gour Kishore Ghosh, a freedom fighter, journalist, was imprisoned in the Presidency prison in 1975. He has endeavored to protect the journalists fundamental rights and freedom of expression. He became especially popular in the society for liberal thinking and democratic consciousness, and his literature sparked a stir among scholars of Bengal.
He was honored with the Ko Joy Uk Memorial Prize by South Korea government in 1976 and the Magsaysay Award in 1981 for journalism, literature and creative communication Arts. The same year he received the Maharashtra Government’s award. He received the Anand Award in 1970 and the Bankim Award in 1982. The Hardayal Harmony Award and the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Award in 1993.
The revolutionary novel Sagina Mahato was filmed, directed by the then film director Tapan Singh and created a stir in the peoples of Bengal.
Author Gour Kishore Ghosh was born on 22 June 1923 in the village of Goalpur in Jessore district of undivided Bangladesh. He died on December 15, 2000 at the age of 77, but as humanitarian and journalist he remains immortal in his achievement.
Therefore, readers must read his novel Sagina Mahato and what he wrote about the pain of the revolutionaries cannot be truly understood.
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