Anandamath Novel by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay PDF

Anandamath Novel by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay Bengali Novel PDF. 

Book – Anandamath,
Category – Bengali Novel Book,
Author – Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay,
Book Format – PDF,


Anandamath Novel by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay Bengali Novel PDF.

Sahitya Samrat Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay wrote the Anandamath historical novel. An introduction written by Sir Jadunath Sarkar on the historicity of Anandamath is included in this book. All the information about Anandamath in terms of history has been given in the introduction.

What Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay said in Devi Chowdhurani’s advertisement about the historicity of Anandamath is memorable? Why called Sahitya Samrat of him?

The author says that it was not his intention to compose a historical novel, he made this statement when Anandamath was published. Although the Sannyasi Rebellion is historical, it lacks the special need to inform the reader that he has not given any identification. But he heard all around that this is a historical book and the Anandamath book is being talked about. At that time, he said to the readers, I would be compelled not to discuss the Anandamath book as a historical novel.

He has given a little historical introduction of Sannyasi rebellion in this Anandamath text. Apart from history, Anandamath has become very popular for various reasons. No other composition of Bankim Chandra has been discussed at home and abroad as much as Bandemataram Sangeet in this novel. The subsequent flood of the Swadeshi movement in Bangladesh and later in the whole of India disturbed the people of the country and disturbed the ruling community. All critics, both public and private, have linked it to child molestation. Due to this Anandamath and Bandemataram did not suffer less. The angry Muslim community has started a movement against this Anandamath book by opposing Islam and witnessing paganism in the Bandemataram music.

This movement is not over yet. In terms of literature and society, Bankim Chandra has abandoned the genre of his earlier novels and taken a completely different path to the Anandamath. Here his creation has become purposeful. In his next two novels, Devichaudharani and Sitaram, respectively, became very popular among the readers.

Many people have declared these three novels of the author as great works. From the month of Chaitra in 1287 BS, Ananda Math began to be published continuously in Bangadarshan. This Anandamath was first published in book form in 1289 BS (English 1882 AD). In 1906, Naresh Chandra Sengupta published an English translation of Ananda Math under the title ‘Abbey of Bliss’. Arvind translated Bandemataram songs into English prose and verse. Other translations of this text have been made. Translated into Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada etc.

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Bankim Chandra was born in the village of Kathalpara on Sunday 27 June 1838 (Bengali 1245 BS, 13 Ashar) at 9 pm. It is a memorable day in the world of Bengali literature. His father’s name was Yadav Chandra Chattopadhyay. He was the Deputy Collector of Hooghly and his mother’s name was Durga Devi.
Bankim Chandra and his elder brothers spent their school days at Hooghly Collegiate School, then a government district school. Talented Bankim Chandra started writing poetry from his school days. He wrote his first poem while sitting in Hooghly Collegiate School.

Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay is a first batch student from Calcutta University and passed BA with honors. After receiving and passing, he joined the executive council. Later Deputy Magistrate and Deputy Collector. Although he worked under the colonial government, most of his time was spent in a different style of thought and career. He has spent most of his time writing and has established himself as a writer and thinker of the Hindu renaissance.

His first two novels were written by Durgeshanandini, Kapalkundla, when he was appointed Deputy Magistrate of 24 Parganas Baraipur.
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay is a renowned novelist and literary poet in the history of Bengali literature. His banknote writings caused a stir in the Bengali society at that time. He is a shining star of Bengali literature. His contribution created a new modern concept of prose and novel in Bengali language.

The best novels that he wrote during his lifetime are still more valuable than the invaluable resources of Bengali literature. His countless writings have refreshed and inspired patriotism. All his literary works are referred to as Bankim’s works.
Among the famous works of his were Durgeshanandini, Kapalakundla, Bisavriksh, Chandrasekhar, Kamalakanter Daftar, Krishnakanter Will, Indira, Mrinalini, Rajani. Radharani, Anandamath, Kamalakant, Sitaram, Yugalanguriya etc.
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, the literary emperor of Bengal, died in Calcutta on 8 April, 1894 at the age of 55 due to a physical illness.

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