Dena Paona Bengali Novel by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay.
Name of Book- Dena Paona
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Book Size- 16 MB
The Bengali novel Dena Paona was written by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay.
In the novel Dena Paona, Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay, a well-known storyteller, paints a realistic picture of the financial transactions between the zamindars and the tenants of that time in exchange for interest and the oppression of the tenants.
In this novel, Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay has given a beautiful description of living through various ups and downs of social life. People’s time does not always go to one. In such a situation, he has discussed in detail the occasional quarrel between the zamindars and the tenants at that time, i.e. the oppression and tyranny for the collection of rent or taxes from the tenants.
The writings of the famous storyteller Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay mean a silent pain, a strange feeling, a heart-wrenching howl, which fills the hearts of the readers of the world of Bengali literature with pain. He paints a very realistic picture of human life in his writing, a living shadow story which is a unique creation in Bengali literature.
Dena Paona is such a sensational, impeccable Bengali novel. The reflection of the so-called zamindari system was seen at that time. The creation of that society at that time is beautifully reflected in this book.
Writer Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay After Bankim Chandra and Rabindranath Tagore, Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay is the brightest astrologer in the sky of Bengali literature. He has conquered the minds of foreign readers by transcending his limited time and land with ease and occupying an epoch-making status in the Bengali readership. His time-honored fame has crossed the borders of the country and spread to different countries of the world.
In Bengali novel literature, Saratchandra has taken a new path which has expanded the scope of Bengali fiction and brought in a strange and unprecedented variety. Sensitive heart has gained a unique feature due to its wide range of life-inquiries, keen powers of observation, free-spirited independent attitude, etc., which later controlled the dynamics of Bengali literature to a large extent.
Although all of Saratchandra’s novels and short stories are mainly divided into these three categories, familial, social and psychological, at the center of most of his novels is a great question about Bengali society and the internal and external life of the Bengali middle class. We see in the autobiography the subtle complex reaction of the real condition of the society which controls the way of life and sense of life of men and women and their minds.
We have never seen such a great poet of the sorrows and pains of the Bengali middle class. Some of the best tragedies written by the compassionate Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay based on the tearful life stories of men and women humiliated by the cruel rule of the stupid society have revealed to us a picture that is faithful to the Bengali society.
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