Travel Story Book Dwipmay Bharat has written Suniti Kumar Chattopadhyay PDF.
Book – Dwipmay Bharat (Island India),
Author – Suniti Kumar Chattopadhyay,
Category – Travel Story Book,
Pages – 388,
Format – PDF,
PDF size – 20 MB,
Suniti Kr Chattopadhyay’s travel story book Dwipmay Bharat (Island India) collect here.
Suniti Kumar Chattopadhyay is a prominent writer, researcher and author of Bengali literature. He was a professor of Bangla department in Calcutta University. He was born at Shibpur, Howrah on 26 November, 1890. He got Padma Bhushan awards for his notable works in Bengali literature.
In 1927, he traveled with the world poet Rabindranath Tagore to Java Island, Malay Peninsula, Sumatra Island and Shyam Desh (Thai Land). The details of this trip written by him were published continuously in Prabasi magazine. This travelogue of Greater India, located in Southeast Asia, was particularly captivating in its juicy and scholarly combination of both the contribution to the ancient glory of India and the gift of the author’s personal experience.
At that time, this modern travel story book was unanimously accepted as one of the best travel essays in Bengali literature. Many other writers and literary aficionados, including Rabindranath Tagore, praised Suniti Kumar Chattopadhyay’s book Dwipmoy Bharat when it was published in Prabasi Patrika.
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The author felt the urge to publish the book as he received many requests from various quarters for the publication of this travel story in book form.
Needless to say, Dwipamay Bharat was well-received at the time of its publication. This book set a unique precedent from many other travel stories by other authors. As one of the major travel stories written in Bengali, it has gained a permanent place in Bengali literature.
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PDF file of the travel story book Dwipamay Bharat (Island India).