Jukta Banglar Shesh Adhyay by Kalipada Biswas PDF

Kalipada Biswas wrote the novel Banglar Shesh Adhyay PDF. 

The title of the book – The Last Chapter of United Bengal,
Author’s Name – Kalipada Biswas,
Category of the book – Historical Novel book.
Language – Bengali,
The format of the book – PDF,
Size of the book – 15 MB,
Page of the book – 470,

Kalipada Biswas wrote the historical novel Jukta Banglar Shesh Adhyay.

Author Kalipada Biswas has written the historical novel Jukta Banglar Shesh Adhyay (The Last Chapter of United Bengal). From 1920 to 1947, the last chapter or sequel to the British rule in India, especially for Bangladesh. The extent to which the boundaries of ancient Bengal extended to any point or what were the features of the Bengali society before the advent of English and what could have changed in the normal course of society if English had not come, can easily be said that English was introduced The structure of the system of governance and the abolition of all meditative ideas about it in the past took place in these 30 years, originally in Bengal, and finally in India.

In the aftermath of the First World War, on the one hand, the new social and mental ideas of the Indigenous people were on the rise, and on the other hand, serious government malpractices were being prepared to bury the future. In order to find the original source of this idea, one has to draw the line in the distant past. That attempt is not specifically made in this text. Nevertheless, it can be said that the author has beautifully described about ‘Yukta-Bangla’.

At that time, the Indian National Congress ordered a boycott of the new legislatures. But the Hindu and Muslim public leaders or people’s heroes at the same time ignored that instruction. Only the Hindus of the Congress obeyed and withdrew from the forthcoming elections.
Mahatma Gandhi’s imaginary ‘non-violent non-cooperation’ emerged as a political tool in this era. That movement had a strong reaction all over India.


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The sessions committee sat mainly on Bangladesh and partly on Punjab and Maharashtra.
In particular, in these three regions, different reactions were not seen simultaneously and equally.
But why?

The answer lies in the pros and cons of World War I and the new kind of experience Punjabis have gained abroad. In the past, however, the seeds of that conflict were hidden in the society of Bangladesh like in the other two regions, and in order to eradicate it, the rulers made arrangements to send hundreds of Bengali Hindu youths into exile, deportation and imprisonment during the war. At the end of the war, with the help of new laws, arrangements were made to plant those seeds invisibly in every part of India.

Author Kalidas Biswas has beautifully portrayed the various roles of Lelihan’s vision of the then British rule in India.

The reaction of the Punjabis at that time through their protests and their blood-bathing at Jallianwala Bagh spread to the whole of India in 1920.
At that time, two Bengali heroes Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das and Abul Kashem Fazlul Haque were both of the same age and were conscious Bengalis. The new upheaval that arose in Bangladesh due to their conflict had unintended consequences. It did not hundi towards India and inflicted heavy blows on the Bengalis though none of them ever wished for this result.
History is ruthless, vindictive but infallible. With an open mind and open vision, one may overcome one’s own mistakes and avoid potential harm, but that is impossible for all life, because history never forgives the mistakes of society.
Against the will of the Bengalis and after being subjected to severe inhuman torture, the British started a conspiracy to divide Bangladesh and Bangladesh became bifurcated, the Bengali entity became hesitant. But if this omnipresent separation is denied, perhaps in the future a flowing natural gift ‘A Mori Bangla Bahasa‘ will be denied.
The history of that last chapter of the English era is nothing more than a review of the working lives of these two Bengali enumerators. Many contemporary comments about Abul Kashem Fazlul Haque are scattered here and there, it is very normal to stay. A comment about him is very significant and meaningful. It has been repeatedly said that there was a gathering of opposition parties among them, all the discussions about him started from here. During the trial, it is necessary to understand the socio-political, communal and administrative environment of his time, especially the family life. The man who has to lead the society inevitably has no choice but to have a small man of contradiction. This does not apply to the scribe or the philosopher. But why did Fazlul Haque have to follow the path of ‘Man of Contradictions’ for some unavoidable reason? This book has tried to answer this.

The assessment of the recent or distant past is as variable in the life of the nation as it is in the whole human society. The fruit of whose memory is firmly engraved and engraved in the line, it is very easily erased in the darkness of oblivion of tomorrow. No effort can hold him back. On the other hand, what is almost forgotten today, almost unknown to the public eye, suddenly comes to the fore and demands a new assessment.
Such changes occur in combination of many external factors and in favor of the aggregate.

As far as is visible today, it seems that the age of oblivion is going on in the national life now. It also seems that this trend is not unlimited. Just as things that are moving for normal reasons are suddenly blocked, so too in the dead Ganges, from time to time, the ban falls on the impact of the causation of the outside world.

In the future, when the social life of Bengalis will be free to reminisce about the past, what happened in the last days of United Bengal?
Who led?
What were their hopes or aspirations?
What they were busy implementing and what they set up in the end – the answer to these questions must be found by the future Bengalis. This book is written to make their search a little easier. The author did not write this book with the intention of looking at the market or supporting or opposing the conventional worldviews.

With the publication of this book, it became especially popular among the readers of this country, which resulted in the sale of 50,000 copies in one year. So the author had to republish this book. Therefore, for the purpose of the readers and for the needs of the book, the name of the book is given as PDF file on this page.
Readers can easily collect the PDF file of the song from this web page and read it online.

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