Bangla Sahityer Itihas Vol – 3 PDF By Sukumar Sen

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Bangla Sahityer Itihas Vol – 3 By Sukumar Sen ebook PDF.

Rabindra-episode
Creation era – from 1881 to 1941.

Bangla Sahityer Itihas Vol – 3 PDF ebook

Author Sukumar Sen has written the third volume of History of Bengali Literature (Bangla Sahityer Itihas Vol-3) based mainly on the poetic life of Rabindranath Tagore. The third volume of ‘History of Bengali Literature’ is from 1881 to 1941.

Writer Sukumar Sen says that the deep motivation for filming through the creation of poetry, which seeks to express itself in a variety of forms, is not uncommon, although the evolution and consequence of the formation of the poet’s mental nature is usually insignificant. Of course, this identity is matched in the writings of those writers whose real personality is revealed more in the inner world than in the outer world, whose personality shapes, finds success, tries to reshape and assimilate the world of irritated form-juice-smell in the chemistry of heartbeat and perception. Has done.
And those who are not true poets are wise. Those who are only poets, those whose poetry is nothing but art or entertainment, those who imitate without creating, their poetry is not a reflection of the mysterious personality in their poetry.

From that point of view, Rabindranath Tagore is a real born poet. We do not see another like him in the history of human beings who are equally interested in mind, thought, action, sorrow and happiness, life and death. Rabindranath Tagore’s poet is rarely seen in the history of the world, one is the ancient Greek playwright Sophocles, the second is the medieval Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci and the third is the poet Kalidas of our ancient literature.

When it comes to describing the talent of Rabindranath Tagore, the words of Vedic poets come to mind. Rabindranath’s poetic talent was unveiled at a very young age. It is not unreasonable to call this inauguration of great suffering as austerity. He spent most of his childhood in a house where he did not have any situation to go out of the house, he had to live within the boundaries of servitude. Maternal affection was not always affordable due to the fact that there were many brothers and sisters.

Rabindranath Tagore insisted on enrolling in the school at a very young age but did not get much benefit from going to school. Moreover, Rabindranath Tagore was a very shy and outspoken boy, so it was not possible for him to establish a heart-to-heart relationship with anyone despite his desire and opportunity. The form of a child playing with recklessness as he was deprived of normal freedom in his childhood has always attracted the mind of the poet.

With the narrow recess of the window from the confined corner of the house of servitude, whatever part of the exterior was visible to him. One side of the pond in the garden, the Chinese banyan tree with the basket in one corner, the ducks swimming in the water, the people of the neighborhood bathing regularly, the clouds in the sky and the sun playing hide-and-seek – all these are the lonely, lonely days of childhood. In the evenings, he used to listen to the stories of Ramayana Mahabharata, fairy tales and rhymes recited by his son, which he heard from his servant and at night from his mother and grandmother.

Despite the immense good fortune for the development of poetic talent, the climate of childhood independence made Rabindranath’s mind very sensitive in his personal life. This is why in his childhood and adolescence writings there seems to be a dark shadow of an unusual sadness in the tenderness of the normal rules of youth.

Rabindranath’s first complete poem ‘Sandhya Sangeet‘. It was seen here that the poet’s heart was full of self-doubt and skepticism. The only obstacle and pain was that the relationship with the people did not seem to be easy yet, so the ambiguity of the heartbeat seemed to separate the poet from all the relationships in the world.
Author Sukumar Sen has beautifully told the life story of Rabindranath’s poetic talent in this book. He also spoke beautifully about post-Rabindra poets and writers, discussed in this book.

Punimacha story is the most prominent and perfect composition of Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay. This is one of the best stories in Bengali literature. ‘Pather-Panchali’ is the detailed commentary of this short story. In this story and other prominent essays, we see the growing dominance of impoverished men and women in the forested environment of the devastated rural life of West and Central Bengal. In the suffocating background of the wild forest shrubs, the imagination and poetic imagination of the human mind also seems to have become entangled in many voices and nightmares. It seems that every lonely horror in the forest is casting a shadow of death and is coming forward to occupy the rest of the slums. In the writings of Bibhuti Bhushan Bandyopadhyay, nature is not the playground or background of human life, human life is the playground or background of nature. ‘Pather-Panchali’ is an autobiographical novel based on Rabindranath’s biography. The author’s direct feelings and vision have made the narratives romantic. It would have been better if the exaggeration of the description of the plants and the tendency of the emotions were a little less, at least the Punimacha industrial unity would have been maintained.

Writer Sukumar Sen, while discussing the poetic life of Rabindranath Tagore, has shed light on various works of the writers of that time.

He also discusses the works of modern poets and writers, which is one of the unique and impeccable works of Bengali literature. There is no doubt that this book will be of great value to those who are studying and researching Bengali literature. So for their interest the PDF file of this book is given on this page.

Readers and students who are discussing and researching on Bengali literature can collect and read the book from this page. Below is the PDF file of the book.

 

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