He could not finish novels and stories that he had started writing, but passed on his imagination and love of literature to Sarat Chandra. After the death of Bhuvanmohini in , the family was supported by various other family members during hard times. One of his brothers, Swami Vedananda, later became a disciple at Belur Math. Sarat Chandra was a daring, adventure-loving boy. First Arts examination or attend college due to lack of funds.
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He could not finish novels and stories that he had started writing, but passed on his imagination and love of literature to Sarat Chandra. After the death of Bhuvanmohini in , the family was supported by various other family members during hard times.
One of his brothers, Swami Vedananda, later became a disciple at Belur Math. Sarat Chandra was a daring, adventure-loving boy. First Arts examination or attend college due to lack of funds.
After finishing his formal studies, he spent much of his time interacting with friends, acting in plays, and in playing sports and games. Several of his famous novels and stories were written during this period. Part of his novel, Srikanto, is based on his experiences in Burma. While living in Rangoon , he married his first wife Shanti. He was deeply hurt when his wife and one-year-old son died from plague. He married his second wife Mokshada later renamed Hironmoyee also in Rangoon and taught her to read and write.
She outlived him by 23 years. It is during this time that he improved his Sanskrit skills from "Kabyasri" Kishorimohan Mukherjee. University of Calcutta awarded him the prestigious Jagattarini medal. University of Dhaka awarded him an honorary doctorate D.
On 2 Magh or 16 January he died, from cancer of the liver. Then he made a house in the village of Samta , in , where he spent the later twelve years of his life as a novelist. His house is known as Sarat Chandra Kuthi. Trees like bamboo and guava planted by the renowned author still stand tall in the gardens of the house. Publishers were never tired of reprinting his works; he remains the most translated, the most adapted and the most plagiarized author. Kurup  writes " His name has been a household word".
Dr Mirajkar  informs "the translations of Sarat Chandra created a stir amongst the readers and writers all over Maharashtra. He has become a known literary personality in Maharashtra in the rank of any popular Marathi writers including H. Apte, V. Khandekar, N. Phadke and G. Parineeta has also been made twice. In Bardidi was made by director Ajoy Kar.
Another famous film Chhoti Bahu is based on his novel Bindur Chhele. The film Sabyasachi film was released in based on his work Pather Dabi. Works Edit Sarat Chandra wrote novels, novellas, and stories.
He went on to write several stories and novels, including Bindur Chhele O Anyanya Parinita
Srikanta (Part 1)
His grandfather had been an extremely wealthy man. I received almost no education for want of means. From my father I inherited nothing except, as I believe, his restless spirit and his keen interest in literature. The first made me a tramp and sent me out tramping the whole of India quite early, and the second made me a dreamer all my life. Father was a great scholar, and he had tried his hand at stories and novels, dramas and poems, in short, every branch of literature, but never could finish anything. I have not his work now—somehow it got lost; but I remember poring over those incomplete mss.
Srikanto by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay PDF
The story revolves around a wandering young man from the age of fifteen to thirty plus. It is written in first person by a man who has seen the world and wishes to share his experience with the readers. As I progressed, I noted a brilliant plot doctoring by Sarat Chandra. Basically, the novel is a love story of Srikanta and Rajlakshmi aka Pyari, but this commonest theme is treated in the most unique manner, and the result is a voluminous complex novel, which enticed me with its steady flow and innovative story telling. Here he meets with some characters who shape his outlook toward life.
Srikanta By Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay
Background[ edit ] In a conversation, Sarat Chandra revealed that the book is partly autobiographical, and his own life experiences provided the basis for the experiences of the protagonist Srikanta; however, he added a caveat: But they do not follow a common course. Fragments of experience, at different times of my life, have been presented as complete experiences The first three parts, except the last three chapters of third part, were serialized in a monthly magazine Bharatbarsha, under the title Srikantar Bhraman Kahini lit. While the fourth part was serialized in another monthly magazine Bichitra, with a slightly-changed name Srikanta Chaturtha Parba. The first three parts of the novel were published as a book, with the modified title, in , and respectively.