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Upendrakishore Samagra By Upendrakishore Ray Chowdhury Bengali PDF

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Upendrakishore Samagra By Upendrakishore Ray Chowdhury Bengali PDF

Many years ago, who established  and created the foundation of children's literature with his strong talent, is Upendrakishore Ray Chowdhury (উপেন্দ্রকিশোর রায়চৌধুরী) (12th May 1863-20th December 1915). Like a saga  by labor and struggle he won all the adverse conditions. Composing children's literature on one hand and on the other hand drawing, building blocks and improving the printing quality in India.
Upendrakishore has achieved an unprecedented achievement in the progress of publication and  such literary and artistic talents  combined with science and excellence cannot be found in others.
He was born on 12th May 1863 in a village called Masua (মসুয়া) in Mymensingh (ময়মনসিংহ) district presently known as Kishoreganj (কিশোরগঞ্জ) district  in Bangladesh as Kamadaranjan Ray (কামদারঞ্জন রায়). His father Kalinath Ray (কালিনাথ রায়) was a scholar in Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian and English.
When Kamadaranjan Ray was only five, he was adopted by Harikishore Raychowdhury (হরিকিশোর রায়চৌধুরী), relative of Kalinath Ray and also a landlord in Mymensingh district. Harikishore renamed his adopted son Upendrakishore Ray Chowdhury. In the year 1880 Upendrakishore passed the entrance examination with scholarship from Mymensingh Zilla School, apart from that he was also an expert in painting, playing flute and violin. After passing the entrance Upendrakishore shifted to Kolkata and in the year 1884 passed BA examination from the Calcutta Metropolitan Institution (presently Vidyasagar College).
One of his prominent work in children’s literature is "Goopi Gain Bagha Bain" (গুপী গাইন বাঘা বাইন) (later his grandson Satyajit Ray composed a film based on this story). His other notable works are Tuntunir boi (টুনটুনির বই), Cheleder Ramayan (ছেলেদের রামায়ণ) and Cheleder Mahabharat (ছেলেদের মহাভারত). In those days printing quality was not so good in India so he imported printing machines and blocks and other printing accessories from Britain in the year 1885 and later in 1911 sent his son Sukumar Ray (সুকুমার রায়) to London for learning photography and printing technology. In the year 1913 Upendrakishore started a children’s magazine Sandesh which  was the first magazine in India with colored pictures.
As a musician Upendrakishore also wrote 2 Bengali books Sahaj Behala Shikkha (সহজ বেহালা শিক্ষা) and Shikkhok Byatirek Harmonium (শিক্ষক ব্যাতিরেক  হারমোনিয়াম). Upendrakishore died on 20th December 1915 suffering from diabetes when he was only 52 years old.
This book contains all the works of Upendrakishore Raychowdhury as follows:

⧭ Tuntunir Boi (টুনটুনির বই)
⧭ Galpomala (গল্পমালা)
⧭ Puraner Galpo (পুরাণের গল্প)
⧭ Mahabharater Kotha (মহাভারতের কথা)
⧭ Kobita O Gaan (কবিতা ও গান)
⧭ Chotto Ramayan (ছোট্ট রামায়ণ)
⧭ Cheleder Ramayan (ছেলেদের রামায়ণ)
⧭ Cheleder Mahabharat (ছেলেদের মহাভারত)
⧭ Sekaler Kotha ((সেকালের কথা)
⧭ Jontu-Janoar (জন্তু-জানোয়ার)
⧭ Nana Lekha (নানা লেখা)
⧭ Notun Sangjojon (নতুন সংযোজন)