Bishbriksha by Bankim Ch Chattopadhyay Bengali Novel PDF

Bishbriksha Bengali Novel by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay PDF.

Book – Bishbriksha (বিষবৃক্ষ),
Category – Bengali Novel (Bengali Folklore),
Author – Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay,
Book Pages – 275,
Book Format – PDF,
PDF Size – 12 MB,

Bishbriksha (Poison Tree) Novel written by Bankim Ch Chattopadhyay PDF.

Literary emperor Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay is well known as a brilliant astrologer of his famous novel Bisabriksha Bengali literature.
A new trend started in Bankimchandra’s novel from the novel Bishbriksha. Poet Rabindranath Tagore‘s statement in this regard is memorable. He said that earlier Durgeshnandini, Kapalakundula, Mrinalini were written from the writings of Bankim Chandra but they were stories in English which is called romance. Their role is far from our daily lives. That distance is their main material. The story of the Bishbriksha novel reached the narrative. The identity he came up with is in our experience. Critics’ comments on the difference between the Poison Tree genre and the music composition Poison Tree are noteworthy.
Bankimchandra has been established in the field of novels at the stage of Bishbriksha. This time, just as the problem of life is as intense as personal perception, everything has been informed and scientific in the development of his judgment. The poisonous tree has the significance of being the first novel published in Bangadarshan.
Many think that Bankim Chandra was trying to bring a life-affirming solution to the emotional pain of adolescence. In the first stage, Bankimchandra’s talent in art was reflected in the exuberance and short imagination of his early youth. But just as Bankimchandra’s age had consequences when he wrote Bangadarshan, so too, as the editor of Bangadarshan, he was established on a voluntary duty of neutral criticism in society and literature.

The novel Bishbriksha is a story of real life, a story involving the breathing of the heart of men and women in the real world. Asit Kumar Bandyopadhyay, in the history of Bengali literature, has made a remarkable comment in the eighth volume of the book on the placement of poisonous trees in the genre of Bankim novels. The novel ‘Poison Tree’ depicts the first conflicting life. Personalized female characters emerged. From the repetition of romance to the shock of real life, a new horizon was opened in Bengali novel literature with the advent of the novel full of desires and crimson.
The sequence of events and characterization in the Bishbriksha novel is combined with an unbroken vision of life.

The character has a deep connection with the events described in the novel. There is a special choice of events in the tragedy. The famous writer Aristotle, while introducing the morphology of the tragedy, said- a tragedy then is the imitation of an action that is serious and also as having magnitude. Complete in itself. The action invoice against whom must necessarily have there distinctive qualities both of character and thought. Since it is from which we describe certain qualities to their actions.
The story is narrated in the causal genre and transformed into a narrative. Being busy with the story for a long time, it arouses curiosity in our minds and the narrative raises questions.

In order to satisfy the interest and thirst of the reader, the novelist has to pay attention to the story format or narrative. The story of the novel or drama begins where the beginning hints. Presentation techniques are published here. The first eight chapters of the Poison Tree novel are written with words. The main theme of the Bishbriksha (Poison Tree) novel is the love of men and women, its complex emotional reactions and consequences.

The first chapter begins with Nagendra Dutt’s boat ride to Calcutta in the month of Jaish. The sunflower swore to him that he would not stay in the boat when the storm came. When the storm finally arose, Nagendra left the boat and took refuge in the house where there was a sign that the east cloud was about to run freely in the near future. There, on the last bed of an old man in a broken hut, Nagendranath saw a manomohini teenage girl. This girl is Kundanandini. If he had not disembarked from the boat, he would not have had to come to Calcutta in search of his relatives with Heena Kundanandini, a patriarchal asylum seeker. There is no contingency in the presentation of this event. Artist Bankimchandra warns Suryamukhi’s husband with Nagendranath’s boat trip story and incidentally Kundanandini’s meeting with Nagendranath and his attitude are beautifully united.
By giving shelter to Kundanandini, Nagendra Nath brought Kundanandini to Calcutta and kept her in the house of his sister Kalmoni for some time.

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Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay was an outstanding talent from his childhood and his father Yadav Chandra Chattopadhyay enrolled him in Medinipur English School. He was 11 years old when he was admitted to Hooghly College in 1849. He studied at Bankim chandra Hooghly College for a total of seven years till 1856. During this time he read additional textbooks and acquired a lot of knowledge. He was able to show his talent in a short time.
In 1856 he left Hooghly College to study law and was admitted to Presidency College in Calcutta. And that same year he took the exam from the law department and passed the first department. The University of Calcutta was established in the same year and the university arranged for the taking of the BA examination the following year. Bankim chandra Chattopadhyay sat for the BA examination with only 13 students appearing for the exam that year and only two passed the second division. No one could pass the exam at first as it was very difficult. Bankim Chandra passed the first BA examination of Calcutta University and his name spread around. On 6 August 1858, he was appointed as a Deputy Magistrate and Deputy Collector and joined. In January 1869, Bankim

Thirteen-year-old Kundanandini’s gentle sweetness and simplicity attracted Nagendranath. In a letter to Surjit Shaheed Hardev Ghoshal, he mentions that the eyes of Kundanandini, like a lotus floating in a transparent lake, her unearthly beauty and overall calm expression are like the rays of autumn in a clear lake. Until then, Nagendranath Kundanandini was attracted to beauty but Rupmoh did not appear. According to the artist, Nagendranath has adorned the beauty. Seeing Nagendranath, Kundanandini did not feel any fear, she relied on him completely. Suryamukhi married Kundanandini to her niece Taracharan. At that time Debendranath Kundanandini, a relative of Nagendranath and a zamindar of Debipur, was overwhelmed by the adornment of youth. After 3 years of marriage, Kundanandini became a widow. The story of Debendranath has been narrated in the ninth and tenth chapters. Devendranath’s wife Haimbati Kurupa is selfish and unpleasant. Haimbati kicked the deity out of harshness and behavior and started living separately.
Author Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay has beautifully shed light on the consequences of various steps in human life and the manifest form of real thinking in this novel. The characters in the Bishbriksha novel control all the events. The protagonist in the tragedy is unlucky. The story of this fall is revealed through the events of the Bishbriksha. In the endless conjugal life, Suryamukhi is not the vessel of unwavering and unaltered love of the wife. Seeing Kundanandini on the way through the hole in the group that was thirsty in the mind of such a man, the seeds of his image were sown. When Kundanandini became a widow and took refuge in Nagendranath’s house, the thirst for Nagendranath’s form increased even more. It is because of this mental tendency and light of Nagendranath that the fate of Kundanandini and Suryamukhi’s life has come closer. Hira and Devendra-characters combine the main story with the secondary story and influence the main story genre.
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay has seen life with an unbroken art vision. On the one hand he has seen that human life is influenced by events. People seem to be controlled by events. Man does not have the freedom of thought, judgment and action, he is led to the consequences of the cycle of events.
This book was finally accepted by the entire readership at that time and caused a stir in Bengali literature. So the PDF file of the book is given on this page. Readers can easily collect and read the PDF file of the book.

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