Mejdidi (Bengali and Hindi) by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay PDF.
Book Name – Mejdidi – मंझली दीदी (Bengali and Hindi),
Author – Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay,
Genre – Bengali Story Book, Hindi Story Book,
Book Page – Hindi -161 Bengali – 64,
PDF Size – Hindi – 2 MB, Bengali – 4MB,
Book Format – PDF,
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay wrote the story book Mejdidi Hindi and Bengali PDF.
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay was born on 15 September 1876 in Debanandpur village of Hooghly district in a simple poor Brahmin family.
He spent his childhood and early life at his maternal uncle’s house in Bhagalpur. When Sharat Chandra was five years old, his father Motilal Chattopadhyay admitted him to Pari Pandit Pathshala in Debanandapur. He studied there for two to three years. Then while in Bhagalpur city, his maternal uncle admitted him on student scholarship in ‘Durgacharan Balak Vidyalaya’.
When Baradidi story book was published?
In 1887 he was admitted to Bhagalpur District School. But when his father’s job there ended, they were forced to return to Debanandpur again. As a result, he was forced to leave the school there. And on coming to Bengal he got admission in Hooghly Branch School. But unfortunately he had to drop out of that school due to not being able to pay school fees. In 1893, Motilal returned to Bhagalpur and got admission in the ‘Tej Narayan Jubilee Collegiate School’.
In 1894 he passed the entrance examination in the second division and got admission in the ‘Tej Narayan Jubilee College’. But he could not appear for the examination as he could not pay the examination fee of that college.
When he got D.Lit.?
Then he focused on writing literature and during this time he wrote novels such as Baradidi, Devdas, Chandranath, Subhada etc. and stories like Anupama’s Prem, Alo O Chhaya, Bojha, Haricharan etc. After the publication of his short novel ‘Baradidi’ in ‘Bharati’ magazine, a special interest was created in the Bengali literary community about the novel Baradidi. He gained popularity among readers with incredible speed.
Later, when the ‘Charitraheen’ novel was published in the library. A Charitrahin novel book sold 400 copies in one day, which was a record for Bengali literature at that time. While in Rangoon, he wrote novels such as Ramer Sumati, Patha-Udhara, Bindur Chhele, Narir Mully, Charitrahin, etc.
After that, there was no looking back for novelist Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay. Being enlightened by the light of Bengali literature, he created a stir of Bengali literature all over India. At that time, some of his novels and stories were published directly in the library. Such as Bamuner Meye, Pather Dabi, Shesh Prashna etc. It was during this time that he wrote stories and novels such as Biraj Bou, Pandit Mashai, Boikunther Will, Mejdidi, Pallisamaj, Arakshaniya, Niskriti, Grihadah, Denapaona, Navabidhan, Mahesh, Pater Dawai, Shesh Prashna etc. He became very popular in a very short time. His work is an immortal creation in Bengali literature which is rare in Bengali literature.
Readers collect the Hindi and Bengali Story book of Sarat Ch Chattopadhyay below.
Baradidi (Bangla) Collect and Read
बड़ी दीदी Badididi (Hindi) Collect and Read
मंझली दीदी – Manjhali didi (Hindi) Collect and Read
Mejdidi (Bangla) Collect and Read
बिराज बौ – Biraj Bou (Hindi) Collect and Read
Biraj Bou (Bangla) Collect and Read
When was published in book form the story Mejdidi?
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay was not just a singer-songwriter, an actor or just an aspiring writer. We see him in the society as a social reformer, philanthropist, humanitarian, doctor. Even when he saw the sufferings of animals, tears would flow from his eyes. In a male-dominated society, he was more attracted to women than to men. Again, the social outcast was humiliated by the cruel oppression of the society and his compassion towards every women was immense.
He was a wonderful guest, friend, and spouse lover. Although not luxurious, he was somewhat affable, especially in dress and writing, and he could talk a lot at home gatherings. Sarat Chandra had always made it his daily routine to treat the ailments of poor people. He would not only give medicine to patients, but also buy food for many. At that time, Sarat Chandra used to help many poor families of Samtabed region, especially orphan girls, with monthly money.
At that time i.e. 1921 when the non-cooperation movement started, he joined the Congress on the invitation of Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das and he joined the Howrah District Congress. He was the President of Howrah District Congress for 16 long years from 1921 to 1930.
When Baradidi was published in book form?
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay was a worshiper of non-violence. Although a minor leader of the Congress, he was always in touch with the armed struggle of India’s freedom movement or with the terrorist revolutionaries. At that time, Hemchandra Ghosh, revolutionary Barin Ghosh, Upen Banerjee, Amarendra Chatterjee, Bipin Ganguli revolutionaries had a deep heart. During this time he built a house in Ballyganj, Calcutta from Samtabed. The two-storied house was very beautiful. Since then his address is 24 Ashwini Dutta Road.
In 1936, Dhaka University awarded Sarat Chandra the title of D.Lit. and Calcutta University presented him with the ‘Jagatarini’ medal. Later Calcutta University once appointed him as a Bengali paper setter or questioner in BA examination. At that time, he was felicitated by various literary councils and hailed as the literary emperor by the countrymen.
While Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay was in Rangoon, his first novel Baradidi was published in book form. In 1314 (Bengali) the novel Baradidi was serialized in Bharati Patrika. Baradidi was published in book form in September 1913. Biraj Bou was published in 1914 in Book form.
Why Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay was in Rangoon?
Then novels like Parineeta, Pandit Mashai, Pallisamaj, Chandranath, Baikunther Will, Arakshaniya, Srikanta etc. started to be published. ‘Srikanter Bhraman Kahini’ were serially published in various magazines and on April 18, 1927 this novel ‘Srikanter Bhraman Kahini’ was published in book form.
The story Mejdidi was published in ‘Bharati Patrika’ in the Bhadra issue of the month of Kartik 1321 in India before it was published in book form. This storybook is a collection of three stories Mejdidi, Darpa Churna and Andhare Alo.