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Mahabharat () by Kaliprasanna Singha. Subject: First translation of Mahabharata in modern Bengali. First translation of Mahabharata in. Mahabharat Rajshekhar Basu. byMahabharatRajshekharBasu. Publication date LanguageBengali. MahabharatRajshekharBasu. Identifier. BENGALI POETRY. Issue Date: Appears in Collections: Mahabharata মহাভারত Title resourceone.info, আখ্যাপত্র, kB, Adobe PDF, View/Open.


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On the other hand, the malicious and immoral Duryodhana and the evil genius Shakuni appear as symbols of greed, lust, and villainy. For centuries, poets like Bhasa, kalidasa , rabindranath tagore and kazi nazrul islam , as well as painters and sculptors have drawn allegories and metaphores from the Mahabharata.

This great epic has inspired people of all ages, and all religions and cultures.

The Mahabharata has immensely influenced bangla literature. It is regarded by the common people as a source of pleasure, moral lessons and solace at times of trials and tribulations.

The Mahabharata has been translated into almost all the regional Indian languages, including Bangla. With each translator bringing his own perception of life, social consciousness and individual composing skills, these translations become almost original poems. There were several Bangla translators of the Mahabharata, dating from the 16th century. This is a fairly brief version and uses the traditional payara couplet and tripadi an arrangement of lines into sets of three.

Kavindra Parameshwar was the court poet of paragal khan , the ruler of chittagong , and he composed the poem at his ruler's command. Accordingly, his version is also known as Paragali Mahabharata. A poet named Sanjay, a contemporary of Kavindra, also translated the Mahabharata.

Some believe Sanjay's version is the older of the two. However, as these two versions are almost the same, some critics believe Kavindra and Sanjay - of whom nothing is known - to be the same person.

Nityananda Ghosh's Mahabharata c 16th century used to be popular, but has now been replaced in popularity by Kashiram Das's version.

Kashiram Das's Mahabharata, called the Kashidasi Mahabharata c 17th century after him, is much longer than the Kavindra Mahabharata. Asit Kumar Bandyopadhyay mentions the name of Dvija Haridas too. It is not clear whether these works are based on Vyasa or on Jaimini. The work was a major influence on Bengali literature.

Aalochhayay Mahabharat

Kaliprasanna Singha or —24 July authored the first prose translation of the epic. These plays were staged in his theatre with him in the main roles. The work was begun in with a team of seven pundits and completed in omitting and adding nothing. He had a plan to publish its translation along with those of the Puranas. Kaliprasanna writes that he has no words to express the benefits Vidyasagar showered on him. He gives special thanks to several friends viz.

Deploring the death of 10 members of his team of translators he thanks by name those engaged till the end and the proof readers mentioning all their names. Daily at evening the translation as it progressed was read out to Raja Radhakanta Deb and other prominent leaders of Hindu society like Raja Kamalkrishna Bahadur and Rajkrishna Mitra.

In villages, he writes, the translation is read out in important gatherings morning and evening.

Kaliprasanna dedicated his translation to Empress Victoria in gratitude for the British rescuing Bharatavarsha from the mortal clutches of the Mughals. He compared his offering to the gods offering the Parijat flower churned out of the ocean to Purandara. Sen VSM whose generous assistance is acknowledged with gratitude. Channels In Focus. Pradip Bhattacharya Towards the end of the 13th century we notice a common literary feature emerging in eastern India that becomes very prominent by the 16th century A.

The reasons for this remarkable synchronicity deserve further study. For the present, let us look at the picture in Bengal.

Mahabharat

After examining the evidence, Major General S. Hussain Shah was a distant ruler while Nusrat, the crown prince, was a powerful patron at hand in Chittagong as is evident from the verses of Srikara. While his version is almost unaffected by the devotional movement, it contains several unusual Shakta-influenced episodes.

The key elements are given below: Sanjay provides a novel start to the epic. Janamejaya J charges Vyasa with failure to prevent his ancestors from the fratricidal battle of Kurukshetra. Vyasa laughs and says that people do not listen to prohibitions.

As an example he issues an injunction that to avoid misfortune J must not make Kantavati his chief queen, which is precisely what he proceeds to do.

A psychological probe into. Draupadi's self-awareness, her deep love for Arjuna, her awareness of her father's dark reasons behind the holding of her swayamvara. In the political gambling she stands as a stake to ensure Yudhisthira's final victory, a sacrifice to political skulduggery.

Kurukshetre Dwaipayana Dwaipayana in Kurukshetra This is not the Maharishi, but a down-to-earth character, full of malice and hatred, shrewdly entering Hastinapur politics as Satyavati's son.

He sides with the Pandavas to avenge himself on Bhishma, guiding from behind the screen his son Vidura, the Pandavas and even Krishna himself. Gandhari, Kurukshetre Gandhari Gandhari in Kurukshetra [Asamia ] Assamese translation by Pranabpran Bhattacharya Jyoti Prakashan, Guwahati The moving tale of Gandhari's predicament as a mother who has no sympathy for her own sons. She is the first mother to believe her enemies and blames the misdeeds of the Pandavas on her own son Duryodhana.

She realises that taking advantage of her simple faith, she has been fooled. Urvashi Janani Mother Urvashi A moving tale of the awakening of motherhood in the courtesan of heaven whose infinite variety and charm age could not steal. The empress of the Puru dynasty casts off her traditional womanliness and wealth to get lost in the world of men.

To please men, for the sake of Pururava's political gains. Then she meets Arjuna who calls her 'Mother'. Ashwatthama re-kindles the hostility between Panchal and Hastinapur to take vengeance for his father Dronacharya's death.

Mahabharat by Rajshekhar Basu (Bangla)

A gripping story of hermit Ashwatthama's conversion into an avenger. Tomari Naam Karna Karna is your name Based on the self-destructive struggle of illegitimate Karna against his environs, his near and dear ones, the mystery of his birth and his own conflicts. The novel presents a Karna of flesh and blood, very much alive in our own society.III p. Ashwatthama re-kindles the hostility between Panchal and Hastinapur to take vengeance for his father Dronacharya's death.

The fourteenth book Ashvamedha describes the horse sacrifice performed by the victorious Yudhisthira. Some believe Sanjay's version is the older of the two. A new Shakuni is shown here. In the political gambling she stands as a stake to ensure Yudhisthira's final victory, a sacrifice to political skulduggery.

The music of Krishna's flute spreads all around to spread the message of liberation inspiring people to come out, overcoming fear, to accept the life eternal.

Krishna dispels his doubts and conflicts one by one. The work was begun in with a team of seven pundits and completed in omitting and adding nothing.