Sukanta Samagra by Sukanta Bhattacharya PDF.
Name of Book – Sukanta Samagra,
Author – Sukanta Bhattacharya,
Book Format – PDF,
Book Pages – 419,
PDF Size – 14 MB,
Sukanta Samagra Revised Edition by Sukanta Bhattacharya PDF.
The book “Sukanta Samagra” was written by the famous poet Sukanta Bhattacharya.
Sukanta Samagra is a unique work of Bengali literature. It was then subjugated in India.
Sukanta Bhattacharya is a brilliant and popular name in Bengali literature. Sukanta Samagra will undoubtedly be a favorite book in the homes of Bengalis. It is difficult to find all the writings of Sukant Bhattacharya together. Because his writings were scattered in different places at different times, it is difficult and time consuming to collect them. Moreover, it can be said that his invaluable writings and essays have been collected in time.
Many have written about Sukanta Bhattacharya in the past, but have failed to collect all his works. Judging by all those aspects, the book that has been presented to the readers today is one of the most complete Sukanta Samagra yet the publisher has admitted that he has no more writings, we cannot say for sure. Undoubtedly, however, “Sukanta Samagra” is one of the first books to be published. This is because the texts that have been collected and published in this book are completely different from those that have already been published.
The publisher has received help and cooperation from various people at different times to publish this whole book. Sukanta Bhattacharya’s own handwritten or final manuscript, sometimes printed manuscripts are differentiated.
Sukanta Bhattacharya lived on earth for only 21 years. Almost immediately after its emergence, Bengali literature recognized Sukanta as an amazing genius, but in the face of its development, we lost that amazing genius. As the age increases, writers are naturally very picky about the young writing of music. We may not know about the raw writing of many people later or even if we know, the number and quantity of their mature handwriting can cover their raw handwriting.
Sukanta Bhattacharya is unfortunate in that respect. The untimely death of Sukanta not only deprived him of the opportunity to gain a huge wave of glory in Bengali literature, but also made him more promising than the number and quantity of writings. We wonder how much Sukanta would have written if he had survived. The thoughts he expressed in his writings at such a young age, in such a short time, are unforgettable to us. Death snatched him away just as Sukanta was beginning to deliver the power of poetry from house to house in the fields and factories. There is no doubt that Bengali literature will sigh forever with this happy ending.
Sukanta Bhattacharya’s survival has been sharply criticized by many of his avid readers, but it has not been washed away. In an instant he refuted it. The heads of the critics became hated in an instant. With the untimely death of Sukanta Bhattacharya, it is not possible to change his immature writings in any way. If he had survived, they might not have been published. I wonder what Sukant would have looked like if he had survived. What kind of experience did he go through in his life, which way did his writing take a turn? They remained unknown to us today.
At that time many of Sukantar’s writings reached every house in Bangladesh. Many have carefully copied and copied from his published books.
After the death of Sukant Bhattacharya, Jagadish Bhattacharya wrote, “Sukanta was the poet who was in the throes of listening to the words of the poet. Mind. He came up from the ground”.
In his personal life, Sukanta was a believer in a particular political doctrine. The ideology that the poet Sukanta speaks of is older than all the doctrines of the world, greater than all the ideals.
The party slogan was very clear in many of his early compositions, but as soon as the boyhood of the mind passed, his self-confidence made him a unique paradigm. Sukanta Bhattacharya did what no one else among his contemporaries could do. He opened the door of modern Bengali poetry to many.
Sukanta Bhattacharya is credited with conquering the realm of poetry for non-poetry readers. We are enjoying its benefits today.
After the death of Sukanta Bhattacharya, an era of imitation of Sukanta has passed. Some people had the idea that the understanding of the political movement highlighted Sukanta. The incompetent imitators of Sukanta destroyed the poem and turned the speech into bullying. The opposite happened. There came a time when the readers crouched down. Those readers who have been satisfied with reading Sukanta before and after.
Sukanta had nothing to do with the political movement. Not realizing this, a group of poets once had a frustrating turn from politics. That in their own they fled. Even in the end, it was not easy for them. Misunderstood. Sukanta did not shoulder politics. He took politics as his own. The political movement also gave Sukanta a happy recognition. Sukanta’s poetry could be self-evident by surrendering itself to life unconditionally.
Sukanta Bhattacharya was born on 30th Shravan in Bengal 1333. Sukantar’s father was Nibaran Chandra Bhattacharya. You can learn many things about Sukantar’s life by reading “Poet Sukant” written by Sukantar’s younger brother Ashok Bhattacharya. Sukant’s ancestral home was in Faridpur district. Sukantar Jathamshai was a Sanskrit scholar. The weather at home was Sanskrit reading. Later, along with this ancient approach, a sphere of modern thinking of the rising age developed. As a child, Sukanta heard Kashidasi Mahabharata and Krittivasi Ramayana from her mother’s mouth. His father and Jathamshai grew up in a foreign land with their own rewards out of helplessness. In addition to the book publishing business, his father and Jathamshai were the income earners of Jajmani and Pandit Vidaya. His mother died of cancer at an early age. Sukanta had an introverted mind since childhood. At school, Sukanta got Arunachal Basu as a friend who later made a name for himself as a poet. His notable works are Chharapatra and Ghum Nei’?. Sometimes sad, sometimes looking forward to hope, sometimes groaning at the hurt, sometimes strong with courage. Sometimes I want crowds, sometimes solitude. Somewhere he can’t speak about love openly, somewhere he growls with hatred. This confusion is revealed through his writing.
Sukanta is not a man of paper but a man of flesh and blood. His self-confidence sometimes touches egoism, his reasoning sometimes breaks down emotionally. Although Sukanta is a great poet, he is not twenty-one years old. Most of his writings are even younger.
The book Sukanta Samagra will constantly remind him of the potential of Sukanta and keep him awake in Bengali literature.
Some important additions and changes have been made in this edition of ‘Sukanta Samagra’. The five stories of the hungry, the incomprehensible, the gentleman, the tender teenager and the farmer’s dream and the essay “Rhythm and Recitation” have been added to this edition. Also attached are two poems and several letters, ‘Failure and a Glimpse of the Sun in a Tree’. All the essays that have been published and found in various journals have been included in this whole Sukanta edition. No doubt.
So keeping in mind the needs of the readers and to know more about Sukanta, the PDF file of this book Sukanta Samagra is given on this page. Readers can easily collect the book from this page and read it online.