Biplaber Pathe by Purnananda Dasgupta Bengali ebook PDF.
Name of Book – Biplaber Pathe,
Author – Purnananda Dasgupta,
Genre – Biographical Book,
Book Format – PDF,
Book Pages – 200,
PDF Size – 6 MB,
Purnananda Dasgupta wrote the biographical book Biplaber Pathe.
The biographical revolutionary book Biplaber Pathe containing true facts is written by writer Purnananda Dasgupta. He was a soldier in the history of freedom struggle and he was directly involved in the freedom movement of India. It is not just a life story, but he paints a thrilling picture of a powerful chapter in Bengal’s revolutionary endeavour. Some of those who have been engaged in long struggle against the foreign ruling power for the independence of the country have recorded their efforts and experiences. It has made it much easier to collect material for writing a complete history of Bengal’s revolutionary movement and efforts. In this regard, the author Purnananda Dasgupta has presented a rare picture of the revolutionary life story in his book, which will help writers, researchers and future generations as a valuable material in writing history.
Who was the pioneer of non-cooperation movement?
Revolutionary life story and struggle against foreign forces, spiritual pull towards the country and respect for the motherland and selflessly sacrificing life to protect the motherland etc. have been beautifully presented by the author in his book Biplaber Pathe (On the Path of Revolution). The life stories of revolutionary heroes are easily known to us and even today we remember them with reverence. But what is special is how many people have or have been able to narrate or record their life stories in this way is past us today. We don’t know about many people whose biographies or stories are not recorded or who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the country.
Who formed Azad Hind Fauj?
From that point of view, this Biography Book is very valuable to us. While narrating his life story, the author has described the idealism, respect and endless love, success and failure of many unknown revolutionary heroes of Bengal. Arrests, imprisonments, exiles, executions and brutal shootings of patriots and revolutionaries for the sake of independence, later appeared to the revolutionaries as an integral part of the revolutionary events and their patriotism became more awakened. This revolutionary movement spread from Bengal to all over India.
Who was the first martyr in India’s freedom movement?
There have been repeated revolutionary coups for the country’s independence, efforts have been made widely, and they have failed again and again. After the failure of their revolutionary coup attempt, the arrest, election, imprisonment and hanging or shooting of a large number of leaders and civilians of the revolutionary party on the one hand and soldiers and officers of the army on the other hand inevitably began. Amidst the gloom of failure and defeat, the revolutionary organizations did not stop from the grim penance of independence and began to re-form themselves to face the test of strength with the English monarchy in the near future.
It was at that time that the National Congress party fell in India. It has undergone extensive transformation since the 1920. At the end of the round of petitions, Mahatma Gandhi conveyed the demand of autonomy to the then British government through non-violent non-cooperation movement. But the British government did not pay any heed. Along with the non-violent movement in Bengal, the revolutionary movement continued. It was at this time that the final chapter of World War II began to unfold. At that time, under the leadership of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, the Azad Hind Fauj was formed and the protests and revolts all over India became stronger.
When was the establishment of the National Congress in India?
Finally, the British government divided India and fled from this country on August 15, 1947, giving power to the Congress and the Muslim League. India was divided and India and Pakistan were born. The book reflects the national unity, moral standards and strength that subjugated India achieved through its heroic determination, pursuit, sacrifice, hard work and discipline. Once upon a time, this national power was the mainstay of India’s independence. But the author Purnananda Dasgupta has made some statements with great anger and regret in his book Biplaber Pathe (On the Path of Revolution).
When did the British leave India?
Purnananda Dasgupta said that in the post-independence period, due to the conspiracy of opportunists, opportunists and political interest-seekers, rampant corruption, communalism, separatism, violence of clan system etc. have increased in India and are pushing the entire nation to the path of destruction. As a result, today the nation is disoriented and losing confidence. Therefore, the author has presented the information and stories of his past in this book with the hope of liberating this chaos of the country and nation even at this old age.
The author Purnananda Dasgupta has beautifully analyzed various facts and events of the revolutionary movement in his book Biplaber Pathe (On the Path of Revolution). It must be accepted as a unique book by the readers. So for the readers, the PDF file of the book on the path of revolution is given on this webpage, the readers can collect the PDF file of the book from this webpage and can read it online.