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Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Bangla (Bengali) literature: Some reflections

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The most disastrous thing about Bangla (Bengali) writing today is the nonappearance of data about it in Internet. Web is the greatest spot for data and a huge number of individuals are searching for data and diversion ordinary. On the off chance that you do a hunt in Google about Bangla (Bengali) writing you will need to feel baffled. But Wikipedia and Bangla (Bengali)pedia there are not a considerable measure of data about Bangla (Bengali) writing. This is ia lamentable matter since Bangla (Bengali) writing is one of the wealthiest written works on the planet. Rabindranath Tagore, the best figure in Bangla (Bengali) writing got Nobel Prize in 1913 and he was the principal author from outside of Europe and America to get this prestigious prize.

Tagore's accomplishment did not occur unexpectedly. Or maybe it came following 100 years of modernization and reorganization process in Bangla (Bengali) writing that began with Rammohan Roy, the father of Indian renewal development. It was Ram Mohan Roy who understood the need to change the Indian culture and grasping the liberal and positive parts of the western human progress. Somewhat later Michael Madhusudan Dutt transformed this idea into reality into Bangla (Bengali) writing by presenting work and clear verse. Accordingly social transformation and modernization in writing happened hand by hand in Bengal. The ground was set up for Tagore to come and sparkle on the planet writing.
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The reality of the matter is that Tagore verging on without any help lifted Bangla (Bengali) writing to wind up one of the wealthiest literary works in the contemporary world. Tagore's accomplishment made each Bengali author pleased and it made another excitement for them. After Tagore got Nobel Prize in 1913 the brilliant period of Bangla (Bengali) writing began and for the following 30 years it proceeded with a modest bunch of journalists in each classification. Kazi Nazrul Islam exceeded expectations in composing sonnets about social equity and he additionally effectively utilized both Hindu and Muslim legacy in his lyrics. It was in his sonnets that the possibility of solidarity amongst Muslims and Hindus was resounded over and over. Sharatchandra rose as the most prevalent author in Bangla (Bengali) writing. His books touched individuals from each foundation in the general public and still today his books are most broadly perused in Bangla (Bengali) writing. Jibananda Das got the consideration of the perusers for composing ballads about nature and Bibhutibhushon Banerje did likewise in composition in Bangla (Bengali) writing.
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History of Bangla (Bengali) writing is over 1200 years of age and among the present day Indian dialects (having a place with the Indic branch of Indo-European dialect Familiy) Bangla (Bengali) writing is among the most punctual literary works. The primary content of Bangla (Bengali) writing Charyapada was composed maybe in ninth or eighth century. This book is a gathering of tunes and ballads composed by a number artists (essentially Budhists). The lyrics contained portrayal of regular social life rather than applause to divine beings or goddesses. The most entrancing part of Bangla (Bengali) writing is that artists and scholars from 4 religions have contributed in its improvement. Hindu, Buddhist,

Muslim and Christian scholars have their commitments in Bangla (Bengali) writing and Bangla (Bengali) writing has been enhanced from these religions as well. The nearness and connection among the artists of various religions have made Bangla (Bengali) writing a writing of liberal humanism. Bangla (Bengali) writing impacted its speakers such a great amount of that in 1952 Bangla (Bengali)deshi individuals relinquished their blood against the Pakistani rulers to maintain the status of Bangla (Bengali).

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