We have seen Nilkantha Pakhir Khoje life flow in the light and wonder of the eternal human face and his words. Therefore, one of the rare writers of Bengali literature can be called as a Atin Bandyopadhyay. Atin Bandyopadhyay himself is a victim of partition. Riot, countryside and refugee life have had an impact on the memory of childhood and adolescence in such a way that it seems that the suffering of the disadvantaged people is always active in their mind.
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Atin kumar Bandyopadhyay wrote the story book Nilkantha Pakhir Khoje. It was published from Kolkata, India. He was born on in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Author Atin Kumar Bandopadhyay beautifully portrays the real picture of the time in his book of this story which still touches our minds today.
Hopefully readers will enjoy reading this storybook. In this book, the poet Atin Bandyopadhyay gives a beautiful description of real life and village life. In the story of the Nilkantha Pakhir Khoje, the Isham Chacha, with a large stick in his hand at the end of the night, with a big stick in the dark in the night, tied a turban on his head and left in the cold of the month. As he walks along the road, there are strange sounds somewhere, he keeps hearing, trying to understand, and in that way there will be night pests, jerks and more.
At one point he lost his way, and after a while he lost his knowledge. Seeing that he was unconscious, he rubbed a handkerchief with a handkerchief on the side of the bill and splashed it on his face shortly after the knowledge came back.
Then he asked him where you were going. As the uncle returned to Sambat, he said that I was about to report that you had a burn. Thus the poet describes a beautiful night deep in this story. We are going to present you a unique beautiful story.
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For the print-disabled only On Nilkantha Pakhir Khonje Atin Bandyopadhyay March 1, — January 19, passed away just two weeks ago when we were getting ready with his masterpiece Nilkantha Pakhir Khonje as an audio book for our innumerable readers. This huge novel, complete in two volumes, took us quite a long time as we wanted to release the audio version after finishing both volumes together. We knew that our members would not wait long for the second volume once the first volume was released. Nilkantha Pakhir Khonje is the first of four-book tetralogy on the Partition. We shall need some time. Nilkantha Pakhir Khonje has an epic atmosphere centring round a remote village in East Bengal.
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