Sarat Upanyash Samagra by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay

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Sarat Upanyash Samagra by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay.

Book name – Sarat Upanyas Samagra
Author Name- Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay
Book Format- PDF
Book Size- Two Part

Fiction writer Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay is one of the few creators who have been awarded the best way to create timeless creations in the world of Bengali literature.
The famous poet Michael Madhusudan Dutt appeared in the world of poetry, the culmination of which was through the poem Meghnath Badh. But Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay appeared in a different way, in a different case – by writing a story of sorrow, pain and deprivation of the oppressed, neglected common people of the society, with the aim of exposing the hypocrisy of the society.

The feature of Sharat Rachna is his impeccable simple eight-syllable language as well as subtle psychoanalysis. She seems to be a tender, mystical companion in every moment of our daily lives. All the pains of our hearts are smooth in his composition.

Even half a century after the death of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay, from the educated urban dwellers interested in a greater assessment of human life to the less educated rural brides, they still repeatedly share their autumn literature.

Anatomy is still being analyzed in various quarters on the various aspects of Sharat Pratibha, judging the literary values ​​of his writings. But inspired by the general reader’s outburst of autumn love, we have endeavored to keep the whole of autumn literature intact and pass on the traditional treasures of autumn literature to the next generation. Sarat Upanyas Samagra – The novels compiled in this book are Datta, Devdas, Denapaona, Pandit mashai, Niskriti, Swami, Ekadashi Bairagi, Boikunther will, Chandranath, Bamuner-Meye, Parinita, Arakshaniya, Srikanta, Charitraheen etc.

His teenage and first life was spent at his uncle’s house in Bhagalpur. When Saratchandra was five years old, his father Motilal Chattopadhyay admitted him to the Pari Pandit’s Pathshala in Debanandapur. There he studied for two or three years. Then while he was in Bhagalpur, his uncle admitted him to Durgacharan Boys’ School on a scholarship. In 1887 he was admitted to Bhagalpur District School. But when his father left his job there, they were forced to return to Debanandapur, forcing him to drop out of school there and he came to Bengal and enrolled in Hooghly Branch School, but sadly he had to leave the school because he could not pay school fees.

Later, in 1893, when his father Motilal returned to Bhagalpur, he was admitted to Tej Narayan Jubilee Collegiate School and in 1894, he passed the entrance examination in the second division and was admitted to Tej Narayan Jubilee College. But he could not sit for the examination as he could not pay the examination fee of that college.

He then concentrated on writing literature and during this time he wrote novels like Baradidi, Devdas, Chandranath, Shubhada etc. And composes stories of incomparable love, light and shadow, understanding, Haricharan etc.
After the publication of his short novel Baradidi in Bharati Patrika, Saratchandra’s chat created interest in him among the readers and critics and he gained popularity among the readers with incredible speed.
Later, when Charitraheen novel was published in book form, 400 copies of the book were sold in one day, which was not a record in Bengali literature. Later, while in Rangoon, he wrote novels like Ram’s Sumati, Path-Nirdesh, Bindur chele, Narir Mulya (The Value of Women), Charitraheen (Characterless) etc.
Then he did not have to look back. Enlightened by the light of Bengali literature, he created an extreme stir of Bengali literature all over India. Some of his novels were published directly in book form, such as Bamuner-Meye. In this episode he wrote stories and novels like Biraj Bou, Pandit Moshai, Boikunther Will, Mej Didi, Pallisamaj, Arakshaniya, Niskriti, Grihadah, Denapaona, Navavidhan, Mahesh, Pather Dabi, Shesh Prashna etc.

In a very short period of time, he became so popular and immortal in the creation of Bengali literature that it really became a part of Bengali literature.

On this page, a collection of famous stories and novels written by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay is presented in this book Sarat Upanyas Samagra. So that readers can easily collect the book part 1 and 2 ad his stories and novels.

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Sarat Upanyas Samagra Part-1
Sarat Upanyas Samagra Part-2

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