Publish with us

Follow Penguin

Follow Penguinsters

Follow Hind Pocket Books

Swami

Swami

SHARATCHANDRA
Select Preferred Format

Swami is the victory saga of married love over illicit love, in which the tone of the woman’s response is very deep. In fact this is the story of the tearful woman in the social and classical laws, in which the voice has been raised against social oppression. It is very touching story.

Imprint: Hind Pocket Books

Published: Jan/2021

ISBN: 9789353497491

Length : 120 Pages

MRP : ₹150.00

Swami

SHARATCHANDRA

Swami is the victory saga of married love over illicit love, in which the tone of the woman’s response is very deep. In fact this is the story of the tearful woman in the social and classical laws, in which the voice has been raised against social oppression. It is very touching story.

Select Preferred Format

SHARATCHANDRA

Sharatchandra Chattopadhyay was a celebrated Bengali novelist. He passed the ___ entrance exam at the age of 18. In those days, he wrote a novel called Baasa (home), but it was never published. Sharatchandra was a student of Fine Arts, but due to lack of finances, he could not pursue his study of the subject. He went to Burma in search of work, where he found employment as a clerk at the Public Works Department. He met a man by the name of Bangchandra in those days, who, though highly intelligent, was an alcoholic, unfettered by rules or discipline. This was the inspiration for his novel Charitraheen, which is not just about life in a youth hostel but of the love story of a master and a maidservant. This novel was also made into a film by the same name. His novel, Devdas, has been made into a film multiple times. Shrikant, Path ke Daavedar, Badi Didi, Savita, Bairagi, Parineeta, etc. are some of his other well-known works.

More By The Author

Biraj Bahoo

Biraj Bahoo

SHARATCHANDRA
Devdas

Devdas

SHARATCHANDRA
Jagran

Jagran

SHARATCHANDRA
SHRIKANT

SHRIKANT

SHARATCHANDRA
CHARITRAHEEN

CHARITRAHEEN

SHARATCHANDRA
Pandit Ji

Pandit Ji

SHARATCHANDRA

Meditation is a necessity: Excerpt from Looking Inward by Swami Purnachaitanya

There are many misconceptions and wrong notions when it comes to meditation nowadays, as in the last few decades it has found itself transitioning from what was by many perceived as maybe a strange occult practice, that was associated with scarcely clad yogis in the Himalayas, to the latest trend of mental fitness for the […]