Samaresh Basu / Dec 06, 2019

  • Title: বিবর
  • Author: Samaresh Basu
  • ISBN: 8177565915
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Hardcover
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      • Samaresh Basu

        Samaresh Basu Bengali was born in December 22, 1924 He spent his early childhood in Bikrampur, Dhaka He also wrote under the pen name of Kalkut.He would in later days recall the deep impressions that the Brata kathas fantastic folk tales recited by women while performing certain religious rites narrated by his mother left on him as a child His adolescent years were spent in Naihati, a suburb of Kolkata, in West Bengal His life was rich with varied experiences At one point, he used to hawk eggs from a basket carried on his head later, he worked for meager daily wages From 1943 through 1949 he worked in an ordnance factory in Ichhapore He was an active member of the trade union and the Communist Party for a period, and was jailed for during 1949 50 when the party was declared illegal While in jail, he wrote Uttaranga,his first published novel Soon after his release from the jail, he began to write professionally, refusing to join the factory even when offered his old job.When he was only 21, he wrote his first novel Nayanpurer Mati, later published in Parichay it was never published as a book Adab was his first short story published in Parichay in 1946.A prolific writer with than 200 short stories and 100 novels, including those written under the aliases Kalkut and Bhramar , Samaresh Basu is a major figure in Bangla fiction His life experiences populated his writings with themes ranging from political activism to working class life to sexuality Two of his novels had been briefly banned on charges of obscenity The case against one of these, Prajapati Bangla , was settled in the Supreme Court of India which overturned, in 1985, the rulings of the two lower courts.Among other intellectuals, Buddhadeva Bose, himself once accused of similar charges for his , came out strongly in support of Samaresh To quote from Sumanta Banerjee s recent translation Selected Stories Vol.1 , Samaresh Basu remains the most representative storyteller of Bengal s suburban life, as distinct from other well known Bengali authors who had faithfully painted the life and problems of either Bengal s rural society or the urban middle class Basu draws on his lived experience of Calcutta s half rural, half urban, industrial suburbs While the pen name Kalkut was adopted in 1952 for the immediate need to publish an overtly political piece, the real Kalkut can be said to have been born with the publication of Amritakumbher Sandhane, a hugely popular, semi autobiographical narrative centered around the Kumbha mela The many subsequent books by Kalkut had depicted the lives of the common people from all over India and all walks of life including those who live on the periphery of the mainstream with their varied cultures and religious practices in a unique style that was Kalkut s own He also drew upon the recollections of the Puranas and Itihas Shamba Bangla , an interesting modern interpretation of the Puranic tales, won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1980.Samaresh Basu breathed his last on March 12, 1988.


    1. 'What if we could tell truth all the time'The world, as we know it, wouldn't be the same. It will of course continue to exist, revolve around the Sun in all it's vainglory but the truth-sayers won't be a part of that world. If we can speak truth as we feel, as we see and as we seek, what would we obtain? Purest form of freedom perhaps, the ultimate emancipation of mind, an unadulterated liberation of soul, maybe. And it is not that we don't know the result of saying truth. We are completely awar [...]

    2. কম বয়সে পড়া অতি প্রিয় বই। এখন পড়লে কেমন লাগবে জানি না (কেউ বইটা মেরে দেয়ায় আর পড়া হয় নি)। তবে তখনকার সেই মুগ্ধতাটা এখনো মনে আছে।

    3. খেলারাম খেলে যায়ের বাবর যেভাবে মানবিক সম্পর্কগুলোক দেখেছে, বিবরের নায়কও সেই একই দৃষ্টিকোণ থেকে ব্যাখ্যা করেছে সম্পর্কগুলোকে। তবে বিবরে নারী-পুরুষের প্রেমের (যেটা তার কাছে যৌন তাড়ণার পোশা [...]

    4. The first 50 or 60 pages of this book are exceptionally well written. Hypocrisy,corruption and depiction of a existentialist protagonist who had no faith in love,family is just phenomenal. But after some pages it becomes repetitive and boring. The ending is very average.

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