Jagadish Gupta Rachanabali by Jagadish Chandra Gupta PDF.
Book – Jagadish Gupta Rachanabali(Volume -1 and 2)
Edited- Niranjan Chakraborty,
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Jagadish Gupta Rachanabali written by Jagadish Chandra Gupta.
Jagadish Gupta Rachanabali written by Jagadish Chandra Gupta and Jagadish Gupta Rachanabali edited by Niranjan Chakraborty.
One of the responsibilities of the publishers of any literary work is to provide some information about his personal life. Jagadish Chandra was the son of an aristocratic family of Megchami village in present day Faridpur district of Bangladesh. Father’s name was Kailash Chandra and mother’s name was Saudamini. The family lived in Kushtia town of Nadia district at that time. Jagadish Chandra was born there in July 1886. He started his education in the school of Pandit Ramlal Saha in Kushtia, then in the local high school. Like many artists in Bengali literature, Jagadish Chandra’s creative genius 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 writing literature. It was not too late to catch the opposite of the test. Another danger arose. The book of his poems fell in the eyes of the elders. They are thrilled to read the poems. There was no delay in giving appropriate punishment. Jagadish Chandra was elected and he was admitted to his house on Calcutta Road. Ethics at the famous City Collegiate School. His movements began to be controlled by strict rule. Studying continued within the narrow boundaries. The results of the study were good. He matriculated in 1905, then attended Ripon College. Due to his family situation, he could not go far in college. He had to start his career after a year. He started his career in the district court of Sadar Suri in Birbhum district. Then Sambalpur, then Cuttack Circuit Court, then Patna High Court, then Bolpur Chowki Court. At this time he was married to Charubala and had no children. Of course then he adopted a Palita daughter.
After retiring after a long thirty years, Jagadish Chandra returned to Calcutta and started living in the southern city of South Kolkata. In 1950, Charubala Devi voluntarily arranged for her own residence at Ramgarh Colony on the outskirts of the southern city. In 1950, without the permission of her husband, she sold her father-in-law’s ornaments and moved to Ramgarh Colony near Jadavpur as a refugee. The president of the colony has to pay to build the house. The cost of building a house is different. After going home, it was seen that he was also happy. In 1954, the members of Pragati Sangha of Ramgarh Colony awarded the certificate to the literary Jagadish Gupta. He was ashamed to write or say anything special about himself. Jagadish Chandra Gupta’s wife was very fond of embroidery since childhood. He used to make dolls out of cotton and had a lot of fun with the children.
Jagadish Chandra was a literary man of the underworld. He did not make a special debut outside his own limited environment. He was a prominent writer in the then Kallol newspaper. Many of the writers of that time joined the chat of Kallol newspaper, but Jagadish Chandra Gupta is absent. Achintyakumar wrote in his “Kallol Yug Smriti Granthe” that Jagadish Chandra Gupta never came to Kallol’s office. Muffsball lived in town. He remained there in self-sacrifice. Didn’t come in the crowd and look for a certificate of success. He loved literature with all his heart. He has written literature with his life. Dedicated artist at home. The name of Jagadish Gupta as the creator of significant novel language in Bengali literature is a shining example in Bengali literature. Although an intermittent writer, Jagadish Chandra is especially criticized among modern writers. All those criticisms are gradually included in these essays. The publisher expresses the view that as much information as possible can be served in the limited space of the present volume of essays.
After the publication of “Binodini” written by Jagadish Chandra Gupta, there was a great stir in the world of Bengali literature. Poet Rabindranath Tagore said, “I am happy to see the new look and juice of your story.” Congratulations were extended by Dr. Sengupta, Tarashankar Banerjee and many more.
Poet Sukumar Sen said that this book of entertaining stories published with nine stories is not like a book of ordinary stories and the form served in the stories is also fancy. The seeds of insanity may be hidden in the subconscious of a normal healthy person, which sometimes floats on the surface of consciousness under the pressure of events and surroundings. Then the brake of intellect on his religious thinking does not work. The phenomenon of such psychosis is an extraordinary feature of Jagadish Chandra’s famous stories. In the later episodes, Jagadish Chandra’s artistic skills are as intact as possible.
A total of ten stories have been compiled in Jagadish Gupta’s works. They are Jagannath’s pain, Murray Ke Rakhe Ke, Rani Shantamani, Jvarshani’s Grahasuddhi, Kamakhya’s Karmadosh, Jack Anand Paying Guest’s Divine Wealth, Bastabagish and Adhrub Nast Meb Hi respectively.
Among the above stories, ‘Paying Guest’ is Jagadish Chandra’s own welcome story. The story of Daivadhan is based on the famous “The Monkey’s Pay” English story.
Jagadish Chandra’s first composition is a story. Name “Paying Guest”. The story was first published in Bijli magazine.
Speaking about Jagadish Chandra Gupta, Professor Kshetragupta said, “Jagadish Chandra Gupta is a neglected writer of Bengali literature. Joteni: Most of his books have not been revised. Now, in the years since his death, he is in a state of complete astonishment. You will be amazed at the human resources – it can be said without hesitation “.
Moreover, he said, Professor Jagadish Chandra Gupta was in fact a short story writer. The book advertised as his novel is actually tied to a short story, only slightly larger in size. Wherever he went to prolong the short story, he failed.
At that time, Prof. Dr. Bhudev Chowdhury has very skillfully evaluated the literature of Jagadish Chandra in short stories and short stories in Bengali literature. There is no doubt that the features of Jagadish Chandra’s literary work are especially reflected in the magazines Kallol and Kali Kalam.