Jibanananda Daser Shreshtha Kabita by Jibanananda Das PDF.
Book – Jibanananda Daser Shreshtha Kabita,
Author – Jibanananda Das,
Category – Novel,
Language – Bengali,
Book Size – 5 MB,
Book Format – PDF,
Jibanananda Das has written the Bengali Novel Jibanananda Daser Shreshtha Kabita.
At present, writer Jibanananda Das was born in Barisal, Bangladesh. Jibanananda Das was one of the best poets of Bengali language. His mother Kusumakumari Devi was a poet. Jibanananda has repeatedly changed places in teaching and work. After the publication of his first book of poetry Jhara Palak in 1927, there was a response from the readers. Then he wrote one book after another. Gray Manuscript, Banalata Sen, Mahaprithibi, Seven Star Whale, Ruposi Bangla, Bela Abela Kalbela, Sudarshana etc. The biggest thing we can say with conviction is that no story novel was published during Jibanananda’s lifetime. Notable novels Malyaban and Satirth were published after his death. Proves the quantity and quality of his fiction.
This poem of the author or the poet of this poem has been called the loneliest or the loneliest. Some have said that this poem is mainly about nature or mainly about history and social consciousness, otherwise it is certainty. But the creation of poetry and the reading of poetry are ultimately a matter of the individual’s mind, so there is so much difference in the perception and resolution of readers and critics.
Author Jibanananda Das’s novel Jamrultala was written in 1931 AD. At that time there was a global recession. Companies or merchants are inflating, but industrialization is not happening. Throughout the 19th century, Calcutta became an important administrative center for the British in the process of transforming the scepter from merchant’s standard. The Babus mentioned in Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay’s essay ‘Lokarahasya’ are, in the language of the Sahebs, Babu, meaning doctors, lawyers, high-ranking employees of the government and the Sadagari Apis – these are the permanent residents of the Calcutta metropolis.
Although Rabindranath Tagore spoke of making autonomous, self-reliant, self-sufficient villages – Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of reviving rural handicrafts increased the urban sprawl of the city under the influence of colonial economy. Villages become weaker and weaker. The British rule aroused greed in the minds of the people of this country. In this situation, the people of the village will run to the city, what is the surprise? The people of the village have to run to Calcutta in search of livelihood.
People sometimes become disgusted with life with incompetent initiatives. There is no family anymore – then the natural richness, the love of man and woman, the imagination of living life becomes meaningless. The author has given a romantic picture of village life in the story Jamrultala. The narrator who used to meet Haranik here said that he would study BA in Calcutta and get a job. The narrator’s marriage to a well-to-do beauty, Harani, shocked the narrator. The narrator has grown up thinking about May’s life. In this case, the writer’s plan to write the story will be hit, what a surprise!
Writer Jibanananda Das is sometimes a storyteller, sometimes a short story writer. He did not follow the rules and regulations of short stories. As a professor of English, he has discussed various issues in front of the students about the academic condition of short stories. But he did not enter the world of creativity with the help of the prescribed short story. The importance the short story of Jibanananda does not diminish in spite of various jokes about story of Jibanananda.
However, this is not exactly the beginning-middle-end in the format of his short story. And that’s where short stories of Jibanananda are different and distinct. Accordingly, the author quotes the narrator of the story Jamrultala. The story is written by a good man.
Before answering any question about what poetry is, one can at least say clearly that there are many types of poetry. Homer wrote poems and Auguste Rodin and Rainer Maria Rilke also. Shakespeare, Rabindranath and Elliott also wrote poems. Some see the poet in the role of reformer above all else.
Some people are inclined towards juice. Poetry is a matter of juice, but it is a matter of all the special experiences and consciousness of a kind of sublime mind – not the juice of pure imagination or pure intellect. Kavigan needs to be connected with the judgment and tastes of different experienced readers.
Readers and critics of poetry may have the opportunity to stand out more clearly, as the author of Future Poetry thinks, on how they are fulfilling their responsibilities and how they should do it. The modern critics of modern poetry seem to be on the path of various truths and falsehoods of different natures and methods of tasting, tasting and judging poetry. But that poem is fairly true and often avoids him.
The author has written short stories and short stories as well as poetry. His poetry was varied and excellent enough. His poems are composed in the right way of life and with sufficient human consciousness. But in some compilations the application of sufficiently conscious consciousness is seen from the very beginning. He was so careful that his writing was not mistaken.
The value of such an early compilation, especially in terms of engaging with the readers, may be gaining more and more recognition among the writers-readers-publishers in our country as well. Readers and critics can get a fairly accurate introduction to this poem from such a collection of poems by one who has not given up writing poetry. However, the last identity is difficult for contemporaries for many reasons.
The poems in this collection are from the book of five poems by the author Viram Mukherjee and other published and unpublished works. There is a special honesty in his election. The composition period is roughly followed in formatting. The book of poetry became known to the readers as a special book of poetry.