Pataner Biruddhe Story Book by Kabita Singha PDF
Book – Pataner Biruddhe,
Author – Kabita Singha,
Format – PDF,
Book pages – 158,
Book Size – 4 MB,
Kabita Singha wrote the Story Book Pataner Biruddhe PDF.
Kabita Singha has written the Bengali Story Book Pataner Biruddhe. Kabita Singh is a prominent writer of Bengali literature. She was a supporter of the liberation war of Bangladesh. She was born on 16 October 1931 in Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal. She started writing at an early age. Her father was Shailendranath Sinha and his mother was Annapurna Sinha. She started studying Botany at Presidency College, Calcutta. At that time, she fell in love and married the writer and editor Bimal Roychowdhury against the wishes of her family. Despite strong family obstacles, she never let her will be defeated, she was always a woman with a rebellious spirit. She was involved in the dissent movement in the 1950s. When the whole country was awake in the national movement about Nehru, she was the main force in dealing with the dissenters of women. She was always vocal in the national movement with women and kept her foot in the front row.
Readers may collect some notable works of Kabita Singha
- Ekti Kharap Meyer Galpa
- Kabita Singher Shreshtha Kabita
- Khuner Sankhya Eak
- Kuberer Bishay Ashay
- Tridiba by Kabita Singha
- Scottish Church Music by James Love
- Spiritual farming by James Love
In this situation he could not finish his bachelor’s degree. She later graduated from Ashutosh College a few years later. She joined as the Secretary to the Government of West Bengal, at which time she was employed as a school teacher for some time. She joined All India Radio in 1965. After joining All India Radio, she was appointed as the Station Director of All India Radio in Darbhanga, Bihar. She was a supporter of the liberation war of Bangladesh so she spent most of her time on All India Radio covering the war. In the 1980s, she launched a number of programs involving youth on All India Radio.
In 1966, she joined Bengali literature with her husband and founded a Bengali poetry magazine, Dainik Kabita. It continues to be beautifully published through his various writings.
She got the status of national writer of Bangladesh through her writings. In 1981, she was invited to the Iowa International Writers’ Workshop. The author died on October 17, 1998 at the residence of her youngest daughter Parameshwari Roychowdhury in Boston, USA.
Writer Kabita Singh impressed the readers with her unique and impeccable composition. So as soon as her books were published, they would be exhausted in a very short time. This story book was not only restricted to the Bengali-speaking people of India, but also to the Bengali-speaking people all over the world. So the PDF file of the book is given to the readers on this web page.