Bindur Chele by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay PDF.
Book – Bindur Chele,
Author – Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay,
Genre – Bengali Novel,
Format – PDF,
PDF Size – 3 MB,
Book Pages – 126,
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay wrote the Bengali novel Bindur Chele.
A political novel written by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay, Pather Dabi, created a stir among the youth of Bangladesh. He wrote many stories and novels under pseudonyms. Her pen name is Anila Devi. ‘Mandir’ was his first story written and published in 1903. He wrote the story ‘Baro Didi’ in 1913. The novel ‘Baro Didi’ was his first published book. Some of the stories written by him are Mahesh, Abhagir Swarga, Mamlar Fal, Bilasi, Sati, Niskriti, Swami, Darpachurna, Patha Nirdesh, Adhare Alo, Ramer Sumati etc. His famous autobiographical novels are Charitraheen (Characterless), Dutta, Srikanta and Pather Dabi.
Who is known by the pseudonym Anila Devi?
He was not only popular in Bengal but became one of the most popular writers in all of India and even in Asia. He is particularly known as the most popular lyricist in Bengali language. Almost all his novels were translated into Hindi, the national language of India, and most of them into other languages. He is well known as a social reformer in Bengali literature. The novel Bindur Chele was published in 1914, at the same time as the novels Pandit Moshai and Parineeta. The novel Devdas was written in 1917. Devdas was originally based on the wife of zamindar Bhuban Mohan Chowdhury.
Where was Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay born?
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay was one of the best writers of Bengali literature. Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay was born on 15 September 1876 in the village of Debanandapur in Hooghly district to an ordinary poor Brahmin family. His teenage and first life was spent of his uncle’s house in Bhagalpur. Sarat Chandra was five years old, his father Motilal Chattopadhyay enrolled him in the Peri Pandit School of Debanandapur. where he studied for two or three years. His uncle enrolled him in the Durga Charan Boys School while he was in Bhagalpur.
In 1887, he was admitted to Bhagalpur Zilla School but his father left his job. They were forced to return to Debanandapur and forcing him to drop out of school there. He was admitted to Hooghly Branch School after coming to Bengal. But sadly to give school free. He had to leave the school because he could not pay the examination fee.
What is the name of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s first printed book?
Later, in 1893, Motilal returned to Bhagalpur and enrolled at the Tej Narayan Jubilee Collegiate School. In 1894, he passed the entrance examination in the second division and was admitted to the Tej Narayan Jubilee College. But he could not appear for the examination as he could not pay the examination fee of that college.
He concentrated on writing literature and he wrote novels like Baradidi, Devdas, Chandranath, Shubhada etc. and composes stories of incomparable Anupamar Prem, Alo O Chhaya (Light and Shadow), Bojha, Haricharan etc. After the publication of his short novel Baradidi in a familiar Magazine Bharati Patrika. His chat created interest in him among the readers and critics, he gained popularity among the readers with incredible speed.
when the Charitraheen (Characterless) novel was published in book form, 400 copies of the book were sold in one day, which was not the record of anyone else in Bengali literature. He wrote novels like Bindur Chele, Ramer Sumati, Path-Nirdesh, Narir Mulya 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.
What is the name of Sarat Chandra’s famous political novel?
Some of his novels was published directly in book form, such as Bamuner Meye. In this episode he wrote stories and novels like Birajbou, Pandit Moshai, Boikunther Will, Mejo Didi, Pallisamaj, Arakshaniya, Niskriti, Grihadaha, Denapaona, Nababidhan, Mahesh, Pather Dabi, Shesh Prashna (Last Question) etc. In a very short period of time, he became so popular and immortal in the creation of Bengali literature that it really became rare in Bengali literature. He died on 16 January 1938 at the age of 61.