Thursday, April 5, 2018

Bibhuti Rachanabali Part 2 Bengali PDF

Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay Bengali eBooks Collection 

In this book Jitendranath Chakraborty in the introduction, discussed about the feelings and emotions of Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay which was reflected to an extent in the characters he created for his novels and stories.
In this book, the readers will get Aparajito (Part-1), Mouri Phool, Romance, Hasi and some more.

About The Author

(12th September 1894-1st November 1950)The immortal writer of “Pather Panchali” and the creator of the character “Apu”.


Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay was born in Ghoshpara-Muratipur village near Kanchrapara(North 24 Parganas, West Bengal) at his maternal uncle’s house . Mahananda Bandyopadhyay was his father and mother was  Mrinalini Devi. Also having 4 siblings ( 2 brothers & 2 sisters) Indubhushan, Jahnabi, Saraswati & Nutbihari. His grandfather Tarinicharan Bandyopadhyay was an Ayurvedic physician from Panitar village, near Basirhat, North 24 Parganas,  eventually settled at Barakpur village, near  Gopalnagar, Bongram (Present Bongaon). His father Mahananda  Bandyopadhyay was a famous Sanskrit pandit (Scholar) and Kathak (story teller) by profession, Bibhutibhushan spent his entire childhood at Barakpur village, near Gopalnagar. In his childhood he joined Bongaon High School , one of the oldest instiution in India (British India) and was considered as a highly talented student.He obtained first division placement in the Entrance and Intermediate Arts examinations and completed his undergraduate course with Sanskrit, Economics & History at the Surendranath College, but could not afford to complete his masters degree(MA) course and joined a school at Jangipara (Hooghly District) as a teacher.
Since they were not very rich, so Bibhutibhushan worked hard to support his family prior to becoming a famous writer. Then he joined another school at Harinavi (Sonarpur) as a teacher and started his career as an author. His first work was “Upekshita” (উপেক্ষিতা), a short story which was published in the year 1921 by “Prabasi” (প্রবাসী), one of the leading literary magazine of Bengal at the time. His first novel; was “Pather Panchali” (পথের পাঁচালী)(Song Of The Little Road) initially published as a serial but finally as a book in the year 1929. Later this book was filmed by famous writer and film director Satyajit Ray.
Bibhutibhushan served as a travelling publicist for Gorakshini Sabha, and later also as a secretary for Khelatchandra Ghosh, a role that included the management of his Bhagalpur estate. Bibhutibhushan became involved with Khelatchandra, a prominent name in music and charity, tutoring his family, and also taught at the Khelatchandra Memorial School

****Pather Pachali is the masterpiece of Bibhutibhushan and is included in the ICSE syllabus also for students choosing Bengali as  2nd language.****

The sequel of “Pather Pachali” was “Aparajito (অপরাজিত)and both the novels were translated in various languages and also filmed by Satyajit Ray together with “Apur Sansar” (অপুর সংসার)and formed the hit & successful Apu Triology. In his career he wrote 16 novels and more than 200 short stories. He often used to travel miles after miles in the woods regularly with his notebook to write whilst surrounded by the wilderness.
He married Gouri Devi when he was a student of third year but unfortunately she died in cholera within 1 year of their marriage, after that Bibhutibhushan spent an isolated life like a “sanyasi” (A Hindu religious mendicant) for a couple of years and started developing his spiritual knowledge. After a long span of time he again married Rama Chattopadhyay (Nickname-“Kalyani”), daughter of Shoroshi Kanta Chattopadhyay from Chaygaon(ছয়গাঁও) village of Faridpur District on 3rd December 1940, Bibhutibhushan was 46 years old at that time. After the “Stillbirth” of 2 baby girls Taradas (Nickname-Bablu) was born in the year 1947.after 7 years of his 2ndmarriage. He spent his last 10 years of life in Barakpur village. He died on 1stNovember, 1950 and the cause of death was identified as Coronary Thrombosis (Heart Attack) by doctors.


A tiny list of his immortal works.


Aranyak (আরণ্যক)

Adarsha Hindu Hotel (আদর্শ হিন্দু হোটেল )

Ichhamati (ইছামতী)

Hire Manik Jale(হিরে মানিক জ্বলে)

Bipiner Sangsar (বিপিনের সংসার)

Debjan (দেবযান)

Anubartan (অনুবর্তন)

Kedar Raja (কেদার রাজা)

Dampati (দম্পতি)

Sundarbane Saat Batsar (সুন্দরবনে সাত বৎসর) (Incomplete)

Dui Bari (দুই বাড়ী)

Kajal (কাজল)  (Sequel of Aparajito which was completed by his son Taradas      Bandyopadhyay)

Maroner Danka Baje (মরণের ডঙ্কা বাজে)

Aam Aatir Bhenpu (আম আঁটির ভেপু)

Mismider Kabach (মিসমিদের কবচ)

Drishti Pradip (দৃষ্টি প্রদীপ)

Mouriphool (মৌরিফুল)

Jatrabadol (যাত্রাবদল)

Meghmallar (মেঘমল্লার)

Janmo O Mrityu (জন্ম ও মৃত্যু)

Benigir Phoolbari (বেনিগির ফুলবাড়ি)

Nabagata (নবাগতা)

Kinnardal (কিন্নরদল)

Taranath Tantrik (তারানাথ তান্ত্রিক) (This was a joint work with his son                    Taradas)

Sahoj Pather Gappo (সহজ পথের গপ্পো)


Movies Based On Bibhutibhushan’s Works




 Pather Panchali (পথের পাঁচালী ) - Filmed in the year 1955, Directed by Satyajit Ray.

 Aparajito (অপরাজিত) - Filmed in the year 1956, Directed by Satyajit Ray.

 Apur Sansar (অপুর সংসার) - Filmed in the year 1959, Directed by Satyajit Ray.

Baksa Badal (বাক্স বদল) - Filmed in the year 1970. Directed by Nityananda Datta.

Nishi Padma (নিশিপদ্ম) - Filmed in the year 1970, based on a short story “Hinger Kochuri” (হিঙের কচুরি) directed by Aravinda Mukherjee & re-made into a Hindi film “Amar Prem” in the year 1971 directed by Shakti Samanta.

Nimantran (নিমন্ত্রন) – Filmed in the year 1971, directed by Tarun Majumdar.

Ashani Sanket (অশনি সঙ্কেত) – Filmed in the year 1973, directed by Satyajit Ray.

Fuleswari (ফুলেশ্বরী) – Filmed in the year 1974, directed by Tarun Majumdar.

Alo (আলো) - Filmed in the year 2003, directed by Tarun Majumdar.

Chander Pahar (চাঁদের পাহাড়) – Filmed in the year 2013, directed by Kamaleshwar Mukherjee.
Amazon Obhijan (আমাজন অভিযান(based on the characters of Chander Pahar) – Filmed in the year 2017, directed by Kamaleshwar Mukherjee.


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