Madhusudan Rachanabali by Kshetra Gupta

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Book – Madhusudan Rachanabali,
Author – Kshetra Gupta,
Category – Biography Book,
Pages – 750,
Format – PDF,
PDF Size – 30 MB,

Madhusudan Rachanabali by Kshetra Gupta

Dr. Kshetra Gupta compiled the biography book Madhusudan Rachanabali.

Bengalis will forever remember Madhusudan Dutta’s brilliance of genius and will never forget him because he is the direction of the modern Bengali mind. The usefulness of the bridge of East-West union in Bengali literature which he established almost a hundred years ago is well established today.

Poet Madhusudan Dutta’s works are available separately, but for the convenience of his practice, the author Kshetra Gupta published his entire work in one volume. Madhusudan Dutt’s English writings have been almost neglected so far. To meet this long deficiency all the original translations and essays of his entire English works which have been found so far have been appended to this present volume. Hope Madhusudan-practitioners and researchers readers will be particularly benefited from it.

Michael Madhusudan Dutta’s Biography and Literary Achievements:

Dr. Kshetra Gupta, Professor of Bengali Literature, Rabindra Bharati University, edited this volume and discussed Madhusudan Dutta’s life and literary pursuits. Many finds of English works have not yet been found but those found have been incorporated in this volume. Various editions of Kabir’s Bengali works have been published before.

Moreover, over the past century, a huge collection of his biography, writings and literary discussion has been built up. Writer Kshetra Gupta has received a lot of help from his predecessors in editing and discussing his life and literary pursuits.

Poet Madhusudan Dutta’s Literary Creations Top Eternal Art Values:

Poet Madhusudan Dutta’s biography of poet Madhusudan has made its debut in modern Bengali literature in its full form. His literary works are supreme in eternal artistic value. memorable, however, for its extensive and lasting influence in later history. Just as an introduction to the poet’s literary pursuits will show the way to enter the interior of the enjoyment of beauty, his life story will also create wonder and curiosity. Michael Madhusudan Dutt’s biography of one of the leading men of the 19th century is electrifying with brilliance, virility and drama.

Madhusudan Dutta Birth and Childhood:

He was born on 25th January 1824 in Sagardari village of Jessore district. Father Raj Narayan Dutta acquired special skills in Persian as per the custom of the time. He established and earned great wealth as the chief civil court judge in Calcutta.

Poet Madhusudan Dutta was 7 years old when he brought his family to Calcutta, buying a two-storey house on the main road in Khidirpur. He began his childhood education in the village under the supervision of his mother Jannhabi Devi, the seed of attraction for Ramayana and Mahabharata probably originated from this source in his mind. He also acquired some knowledge of Persian language.

Education in Hindu College – Madhusudan Dutta:

After coming to Calcutta, the writer first enrolled in Hindu College. According to Brajendra nath Bandyopadhyay, in 1833 he entered the junior department of the college in the lowest class. On 7 March 1834 he recited a proposal on English drama at the college’s prize-giving meeting. As a student of Hindu College, Calcutta, he attained the highest level. Madhusudan Dutta’s brilliance dazzled everyone’s eyes.

In the eloquence of the eloquence of the luxuries of dress and the brilliance of the intellect, he had a seat in the center of friends. And people like Bhudev Mukhopadhyay Rajnarayan Bose Gurudas Basak Bholanath Chandra, Banku Bihari Dutta were the poet’s classmates. Sometimes he used to surprise his friends by singing Persian ghazals, sometimes cutting hair at Din Saheb barber’s shop, sometimes reciting Milton Shakespeare verses over and over again.

Who wrote Meghnad Badh Kavya?

He used to get scholarship in college examination. He used to write poetry in English and it was published in print. He had no qualms about sending poems for publication in famous newspapers. Thus the brightest star of the Hindu College created a stir all around with a scattering of talent and boyish exuberance and loud self-declaration.
Finally in 1842 when he was a second class student of the senior department. A serious change came in his life. In the book, the author of the compiler has presented the subject in front of the readers.

Madhusudan Dutta’s Conversion to Christianity:

Madhusudan Dutta suddenly became despondent one day. It is said that he will convert to Christianity. The education he received in ancient languages ​​from many linguists, bishops and scholars from England had a profound influence on Madhusudan Dutta’s life. Madhusudan became established as a multi-linguist in the future and was advertised at the World Cup College. From there in early 1848 he suddenly left for Madras. He did not give any news to anyone. He first found a shelter and eventually a job thanks to the native Christians and the Anglo Indian community. There he was a teacher, journalist and poet for seven years. Author Kshetra Gupta has beautifully analyzed various aspects of poet Madhusudan Dutta’s personal life and married life in this anthology.

What is the most glorious episode of poet Madhusudan Dutta’s biography?

Later in 1856 the poet returned to Calcutta. First he attended Bishop’s College. Later, through the efforts of friends, he got a clerk’s post in the police court. This gloom of working life in Calcutta pierced the proud heart of the poet. However, during the festival of literary creation, Mete kept himself very restrained for seven years. Apart from writing literature, he earned money by writing articles in newspapers and periodicals. In 1862 he joined the editorship of the Hindu Patriot. This episode is the most glorious of poet Madhusudan Dutta’s biography. All his energies are engaged in the transcendental penance of literary creation.

Other events are therefore as insignificant as they are insignificant. While translating Ratnavali plays into English, the poet became close to Belgachia Theater in 1858. Then one by one he composed dramas and farces like Sharmishta, Enkei Ki Bale Savyata, Buro Shaliker Ghare Ro, Padmavati, Krishnakumari etc. Compilation of Tilottama Sambhava Kavya in response to controversy with Jatindramohan Tagore. Then he composed Brajangana, Meghnad Badh, Birangana Srishti etc. Besides, Sharmishtha and Deenbandhu Mitra’s  Nil Darpan play translated into English.

How did the poet Michael Madhusudan Dutta bring about the rebirth of Bengali literature?

An amazing phenomenon happened that in just five years, Michael Madhusudan Dutta wearing Bengali forgotten coat, pantaloon gave birth to Bengali literature. Poet Madhusudan became the honey of lotus flowers all over the country. His literary creation created a strong movement in the country’s intellectual circles. Skeptics and critics may have been many.

But the main idea of ​​the Bengali nation was expressed in the poet Samvardhana meeting organized by Kaliprasanna Singha. After the publication of the first volume of Meghnad Badh Kavya, the New Bengali Society congratulated the first poet. This book is edited by writer Kshetra Gupta. If you don’t read it, many things about the poet Madhusudan Dutta will remain unknown.
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