Manoj Basur Shrestha Rachana Sambhar (Hirak Khanda) PDF

Manoj Basur Shrestha Rachana Sambhar (Hirak Khanda) PDF

Book name – Manoj Basur Shrestha Rachana Sambhar (Hirak Khanda),
Author – Manoj Basu,
Bengali Novel Book,
Format – PDF,
Pages – 796,
size – 33 MB,

Manoj Basur Shrestha Rachana Sambhar - (Hirak Khanda)

Manoj Basu wrote the novel Shrestha Rachana Sambhar (Hirak Khanda) PDF.

Manoj Basur Shrestha Rachana Sambhar (Hirak Khanda) is written by the famous writer of Bengal Manoj Bose. He published his works Rachana Sambhar novel in three volumes. He has written more than 30 novels, big and small. There are over twenty short novels. Encouraged by the enthusiasm of the readers, he soon published this diamond volume (Hirak Khanda). Ten of his selected novels have been compiled in this diamond volume (Hirak Khanda).

About the Author – Who is Manoj Bose?

Manoj Basu is a prominent creative writer of Bengali literature. Readers of the current generation look forward to reading his creative works. We see writer Manoj Bose’s family as a literary tradition. Because both his ancestors i.e. his father and grandfather were associated with this literature. The literary practice of those two men was the path of his becoming a writer. He inherited his father’s love of literature, patriotism, strong personality from childhood. Sadly, he lost his father at a very young age. He lost his father when he was only eight years old. At that time their family situation became very weak. To cope with the situation and to earn money, the family had to leave the village and move to Calcutta.

Writer Manoj Basu was born on 25th July 1901 in Dongaghata village of Jessore district. Currently it belongs to Bangladesh. After the death of his father, his family moved to Calcutta and he started his studies there. In 1919, he passed his matriculation from the prestigious school ‘Ripon Collegiate School’ in Calcutta with honors and first division with letters.

Who led the non-violent movement?

Then he got admission in Bagerhat College. At that time, the people of Bengal became vocal in the freedom movement of the subjugated India. Under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi, along with the rest of the country, the people of Bengal jumped into the freedom movement. Writer Manoj Bose was not left out. As soon as he attended college, he directly joined the non-cooperation movement called by Gandhiji.

As a result, it was not possible for him to take the final exam in the college that year. The next year he gave that unfinished exam. Thus one year of his life was lost due to joining the freedom movement of the country.

Today’s India is the result of the undivided cooperation and strong patriotism of all the people of that time, we are living freely in the country today. Gandhiji’s movement spread all over the world. Accepted as a student text in various renowned universities around the world. And researchers are still doing research on his ‘non-violent movement’.

Where the Ashutosh College in Kolkata?

Then he got admission in Ashutosh College to study BA. He passed BA with distinction from that college in 1924 AD. He then enrolled in college eager to study law, but unfortunate circumstances befell his life. His family has to face extreme financial crisis. So he had to leave his studies. He joined teaching work in ‘South General School’.

Which Bengali writer abroad was financially destitute and who helped him financially?

As we have seen, in the same way, some other writers of Bengali literature were financially burdened. Literary writer Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay was in a similar financial crisis. We saw Michael Madhusudan Dutta. He was also seriously in financial crisis whether in the country or abroad. Finally Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar came to know about the dire situation of his financial condition and extended his hand of help. He also sent money to him abroad.

Although he was financially burdened, he associated himself sufficiently with literary practice at that time. He wrote a Barwari novel while studying at Bagerhat College, though no trace of it exists today. Then he wrote stories, novels, short stories one after the other.


This book collects ten novels selected from his notable novels.

Rupaboti (Beauty),
Ami Samrat (I am the Emperor),
Rajkonyar Soyombhar (Princess Swayambar),
Amar Fanshi Holo (I have been hanged),
Prem Noy Miche Kotha (Love is not a mixture of words),
Har Mani Ni, Thekh (Don’t give up, look),
Rani(Queen),
Khela Ghar – (Play House),
Thiyetar (Theatre)


These ten novels have been compiled into the famous book ‘Manoj Basur Shrestha Rachana Sambhar (Hirak Khanda)’.

So the pdf file of ‘Manoj Basur Shrestha Rachana Sambhar (Hirak Khanda)’ is provided on this web page for the readers. Readers and researchers can collect the PDF file of this book from this web page and read it online.

Manoj Basur Shrestha Rachana Sambhar (Hirak Khanda) PDF file.

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