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Manik Bandyopadhyay Shrestha Galpo / মানিক বন্ধ্যোপাধ্যায় শ্রেষ্ঠ গল্প


Author : Manik Bandopadhyay

Publisher : Shuvam

Language : Bengali

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Manik Bandopadhyay 19 May 1908 – 3 December 1956) was an Indian writer and novelist, regarded as one of the major figures of 20th century Bengali literature. During a lifespan of 48 years, plagued simultaneously by illness and financial crisis, he produced 36 novels and nearly 250 short stories. His notable works include Padma Nadir Majhi (The Boatman on The River Padma, 1936) and Putul Nacher Itikatha (The Puppet’s Tale, 1936), Shahartali (Suburbia, 1941) and Chatushkone (The Quadrilateral, 1948).
Bandopadhyay was born on 19 May 1908 in Dumka, a small town in Santal Parganas district in the state of Bihar in British India. His real name was Prabodh Kumar Bandhopaddhay. Owing to his dark complexion, he was known to his family members as Kala Manik (black diamond), or simply Manik. His ancestral home was Bikrampur, in Dhaka district (present-day Bangladesh) His father was a sub-register(magistrate) officer who had been working in different parts of the then Bengal like Calcutta,Bihar,Tangail , Brammanbaria etc due to Government rules. He was the fifth of the fourteen children of his parents, Harihar Bandopadhyay and Niroda Devi. Harihar was a sub-registrar who was posted in different parts of Bengal. This gave Manik to experience life and living of people in different parts of Bengal in his early life.





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