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SRIKANTA. An Autobiographical Bengali Novel. by. Saratchandra Chattopadhyay. Identifier ShrikantoSharatChandro. Identifier-ark ark://. But he lost everything, so that the novelist's father was poor. In Sarat Babu's own Srikanta is his most ambitious book, in style and scope. Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay is a very famous novelist and short story His most popular books are Polli Samaj, Choritrohin, Devdas, Nishkriti, Dotta, Srikanta.
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To read Srikanta Pdf book download now. Srikanta is about an aimless wanderer. He goes wherever life takes him. He meets people from every walk of life.
This book tells us about the Hindu religion and how people are judged by their caste. People get jobs based on their castes not on merit.
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This novel tells us that Indian people, especially people from lower castes, are tired of this system. It was an interesting book and it gave me a lot of knowledge about the Indian culture, which is an umbrella term for the spectrum of cultures present in India. Srikanta is a Bengali novel written by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay.
It has four parts, published between and In a conversation, Sarat Chandra revealed that the book is partly autobiographical, and his own life experiences provided the basis for the experiences of the protagonist Srikanta; however, he added a caveat:. But they do not follow a common course.
Fragments of experience, at different times of my life, have been presented as complete experiences Although not a travelogue, the book is described as involving journeys—both physical and spiritual. On being asked whether he considered Srikanta to be a travelogue, an autobiography, or a novel, Sarat Chandra's reply was: Spanned in four parts, Srikanta was written over a period of more than sixteen years. The first three parts, except the last three chapters of third part, were serialized in a monthly magazine Bharatbarsha , under the title Srikantar Bhraman Kahini lit.
The Tale of Srikanta's Wanderings.
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While the fourth part was serialized in another monthly magazine Bichitra , with a slightly-changed name Srikanta Chaturtha Parba.
The first three parts of the novel were published as a book, with the modified title, in , and The fourth was published as a book in with the short title Srikanta , and was acclaimed as the great work of Sarat Chandra. Srikanta, a boy in his teens, is one day rescued by the strong hand of Indranath, a boy of his age, from the attack of some ruffians on a playground.
From that day they become bosom friends. Srikanta accompanies Indranath in his daring adventures. He gets acquainted with Annada Didi, wife of a snake-charmer. Annada Didi cannot leave her husband in spite of his misdeeds and cheerfully shares the sorrow and shame of his lowly life.
Indranath loves his Didi very much and helps her with money which he procures by means foul or fair. Annada Didi's husband dies of snake-bite and one day she disappears from the scene. Indranath also goes away one day and is never seen again. Srikanta by chance meets a princely friend of his and goes out on a hunting expedition. There in the prince's tent, he meets Piyari, the nautch girl , who is none other than Rajalakshmi, his dear companion in primary school.
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Old memories are revived and Rajalakshmi falls madly in love with Srikanta. After leaving the hunting party, Srikanta, the vagabond that he is, joins a group of roving mendicants. But the hardship is too much for him and he falls ill. With difficulty he sends news of his illness to Piyari at Patna , who hurriedly comes to him and takes him to Patna. Srikanta and Piyari are very close, very happy, but he has to leave one day and sails for Burma.
Srikanta gets acquainted with many strange people on board the ship bound for Rangoon , among whom are Abhaya, a young married woman, and her male companion named Rohini. Abhaya was going to Rangoon to live with her husband, but she is treated very inhumanly by her beastly husband and is refused entry into his house.
Abhaya and Rohini, who love each other, live together like husband and wife. Srikanta returns to his native village, but is taken ill there. Rajalakshmi comes to him and takes charge of his treatment and nursing.
Srikanta and Rajalakshmi come to a village in the district of Birbhum. There Rajalakshmi is always busy with her religious practices and discourses. Srikanta is left alone, the rift between them becomes wider.Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay.
In the book, Sarat Chandra depicts women demanding rights for themselves in their own voice. Sarat Chandra is one of the most famous writers both in Bangladesh and India.
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