Asadhu Siddhartha by Jagadish Gupta PDF

Asadhu Siddhartha Novel by Jagadish Gupta PDF.

Book – Asadhu Siddhartha,
Written by – Jagadish Chandra Gupta,
Genre – Bengali Novel Books,
Book Format – PDF,
PDF Size – 4 MB,
Book Pages – 189,

Asadhu Siddhartha Novel by Jagadish Chandra Gupta

Jagadish Chandra Gupta wrote the Novel book ‘Asadhu Siddhartha’.

Who is Jagadish Chandra Gupta?

One of the responsibilities of the publishers of any literary work is to provide some information about his personal life. Jagadish Chandra Gupta was the son of a noble family of Meghchami village in present Faridpur district of Bangladesh. His father’s name is Kailash Chandra Gupta and mother’s name is Soudamini Devi. The family was then living in Kushtia town of Nadia district. He was born there in July 1886. He started his education at Pandit Ramlal Saha Primary School in Kushtia, then at the local high school.

Like many artists of Bengali literature, his creative talent and expression first appeared in the flow of poetry. From the time he was in school at the age of 15 to 16, he secretly practiced literary writing. It was not too late to catch the test. Another danger arose. His book of poetry caught the eyes of elders. They were thrilled to read that poem.

He matriculated in 1905, then joined Ripon College. But due to family financial crisis, he could not complete his college studies. Without studying for a year, he had to bear the expenses of the family and started working for money. He started his career in Sadar Siuri District Court of Birbhum district. Then he is working in Sambalpur, Cuttack Circuit Court, Patna High Court, then Bolpur Chowki Court. During this time he got married to a girl named Charubala and sadly they had no children. However, he then adopted a foster daughter.

Some other notable works of author Jagadish Chandra Gupta.

Jagadish Gupta Rachanabali Vol 1
Jagadish Gupta Rachanabali Vol 2
Shashanka Kabirajer Stree

After thirty long years of retirement, Jagadish Chandra Gupta returned to Calcutta and settled in the city of South Calcutta. In 1950, Charubala Devi voluntarily arranged her own residence in Ramgarh Colony on the outskirts of the southern city. In 1950, without her husband’s permission, she sold her in-laws’ ornaments and moved to Ramgarh Colony near Jadavpur as a refugee.

The colony president has to pay for the construction of the house. The cost of building a house is different. He was also happy when he went home. In 1954, the members of the Pragati Sangh of Ramgarh Colony awarded Sanad to writer Jagadish Gupta. He was shy to write or say anything special about himself. His wife was very fond of embroidery since childhood. She used to make dolls out of cotton and had a lot of fun with children.

Jagadish Chandra Gupta was a house arrest and short speaking writer. He did not have a special debut outside his limited environment. He was a prominent writer of Kallol newspaper at that time. While many writers of that time joined Kallol magazine chats, he was mostly absent.

Achintya Kumar wrote in his “Kallol Yuga Smriti Grantha” that Jagadish Chandra Gupta never came to Kallol office. He lived in the village and left the city. He left the city and remained there in self-denial. Never come in the crowd and look for a certificate of success. He loved literature with all his heart. Jagdishchandra Gupta wrote literature with his life. Dedicated artist at home.

Why his name is a shining example in Bengali literature?

His name is a shining example in Bengali literature as the creator of the remarkable novel language in Bengali literature. Although an interim writer, he is particularly critical among modern writers. All those criticisms are successively incorporated in the essays of Jagadish Gupta Rachanabali Vol 1 and Jagadish Gupta Rachanabali Vol 2. The publisher expresses the opinion that as much information as possible can be served in the limited space of the present volume of articles.

After the publication of Binodini, a great stir was created in the Bengali literary world. Poet Rabindranath Tagore said, “I am delighted to see the new form and flavor of your story.” Dr. Sengupta, Tarashankar Banerjee and many others offered congratulations.

Poet Sukumar Sen said, this entertaining story book published with nine stories is not like an ordinary story book and the form presented in the stories is also novel. The seeds of insanity may be hidden in the subconscious of a normal healthy person, which sometimes rises to the surface of consciousness under the pressure of events and surroundings. Then the brake of intellect does not work on his religious thoughts. Such psychotic incidents are a striking feature of his famous stories. His artistic skills are as intact as possible in later episodes.

He wrote many novels, plays, stories and tales. Notable novels are – Asadhu Siddhartha, Mahishi, Dulaler Dola, Tatal Saikat, Nidrita Kumbhakarna, Laghu Guru etc.

Speaking of Jagdish Gupta:

Speaking about Jagdish Chandra Gupta, Professor Kshetra Gupta said, “Jagdish Chandra Gupta is a neglected writer of Bengali literature. Did not get any such prestigious medal or honor. Most of his books are unedited. Now, even in the years since his death, he is in complete oblivion. You will be amazed by the human resource – it can be said without hesitation”. Moreover, he added, Prof. Jagdish Chandra Gupta was actually a short story writer. His book advertised as a novel is actually bound up with a short story, slightly larger in size. He is everywhere to prolong the short story. Gone, failed.

At that time, Professor Dr. Bhudeb Chowdhury evaluated his short stories and short stories in Bengali literature with great skill. There is no doubt that the characteristics of his literary works are particularly reflected in the journals Kallol and Kali Kalam.

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