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Lists with This Book. Mar 14, Aishu Rehman rated it it was amazing Shelves: This story keeping in mind the present scenario of India. Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay Mahesh is eligible to be considered as a unique story in Bengali literature because of the content of it – the main character of the story, a poor Muslim peasant Gafur and his daughter Amina, of an angle of rural-Bengal, and their only bull is Mahesh.
At the beginning of the story we see that Gafur and Amina tried to keep Mahesh in the midst of drought and hunger, but those who are in the village who are in pos This story keeping in mind the sarst scenario of India. At the beginning of the story we see that Gafur and Amina tried to keep Mahesh in the midst of drought and hunger, but those who are in the village who are in possession of the grave, only Mahesh gets unkempt and cruelty.
What is the end result of extreme poverty chsndra hunger by Gafur’s family, this is the end, but the question arises to read the story, what happens to the person who is responsible for what happens?
To give this story today, because of its belief that we see the people of other communities from the human perspective and do not simplify them.
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About Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay.
Mahesh ( মহেশ )
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay also spelt Saratchandra Bengali: He was one of the most popular Bengali novelists of the early 20th century. His childhood and youth were spent in dire poverty as his father, Motilal Chattopadhyay, was an idler and dreamer and gave little security to his five children. Saratchandra received very little formal education but inherited something valuable from his father—his imagination and love of literature.
Saratchandra came to maturity at a time when the national movement was gaining momentum together with an awakening of social consciousness. Much of his writing bears the mark of the resultant turbulence of society. A prolific writer, he found the novel an apt medium for depicting this and, in his hands, it became a powerful weapon of social and political reform. Sensitive and daring, his novels captivated the hearts and minds of thousands of readers not only in Bengal but all over India.
Mahesh By Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay
Some of his best known novels are Palli SamajCharitraheenDevdasNishkritiSrikanta in four parts, andGriha DahaSesh Prasna and Sesher Parichay published posthumously I’m forever indebted to the deprived, ordinary people who give this world everything they have and yet receive nothing in return, to the weak and manesh people whose tears nobody bothers to notice and to the endlessly hassled, distressed weighed down by life and helpless people who don’t even have a moment to think that: They made me start to speak.
They inspired me to take up their case and plead for them. I have witnessed endless injustice to these people, unfair intolerable indiscriminate justice.
It’s true that springs do come to this world for some – full of beauty and wealth – with its sweet smelling breeze cbattopadhyay with newly bloomed flowers and spiced ny cuckoo’s song, but such good things remained well outside the sphere where my sight remained imprisoned.
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