Sunday, March 3, 2019

Atin Bandyopadhyay

One of the writers whose source of inspiration was being inspired by the pain caused by the partition of East Pakistan, was one of the poets, Orest Bandopadhyay. It is true that if you lost a good writer by their demise, but a link between the commentators of that period has developed. The Bengali literature of 'Aitin' was related to Bihitabhushan Bandopadhyay's 'Pather Panchali' which was inspired by literature. Bengali writers Sayyed Mustafa Siraj finds the scope of the writings of Aitan's 'Nilakanta Pakhir Khonje', which was compared to classical literature based on Greek tragedies. Adin Bandopadhyay was born in Dhaka. After graduating from the commerce school, he did many tasks for the groom, sailor, truck cleaner, primary teacher, headmaster of the school, but when he was doing, he did not give the scholarship among them. His first story was published from Abbasar Magazine, after which his writings continued for several decades. In the decade of 1970, he was the principal of high school in Chhoti village of Chaurigah in Murshidabad district. Later in 1986, he settled in Kolkata. There, he did various tasks such as factory manager, publication consultant and journalist. He wrote the book Nikhiltha Pakhir Khonje, Manusher Gharbadi, Alaukik Jaljan, Ishwar Bagan and the novel of partition. After being born in undivided Bengal in Dhaka in 1947, Bandopadhyay migrated to India from East Pakistan, due to his experience of breaking the motherland, his talent was successful in presenting it effectively. He pointed out the Hindo-Muslim riots of that era, the hope of the people, and the disappointment of the people. In 2001, his short story 'Galpo' was given a 'Sahitya Akademi Award'. Through most of his writings, the lives of the rural women of West Bengal stand in front of the readers. Neel Timi, Ekali Jaleer Rekha became popular with other books. He also wrote for children.