Bangalir Mastishka O Tahar Apobyabohar by Acharya Prafulla Chandra Roy Bangla book pdf
ebook name- Bangalir Mastishka O Tahar Apobyabohar
Writer- Acharya Prafulla Chandra Roy
Book genre- Article / Documentary
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Although Acharya Prafulla Chandra Roy (1861-1944) achieved the nobility of a scientist among the Bengalis and Indians, the aspect of his literary genius is still largely neglected by us. However, many times he said, “I became a chemist by mistake. My passion was history, biography, and general literature”. It is surprising to think that it is true that the chemist Prafulla Chandra held the post of vice-president of the Bengal Literary Council, the oldest institution of Bengali literary practice. Not one-and-a-half times, nine times in all. He even served as the president of the organization for four consecutive years (1338-41BS). So there is no way to deny his scientific practice as well as his literary practice.
There is no doubt that the book ‘Bangalir Mastishka O Tahar Apobyabohar’ is the earliest book by the visionary Prafulla Chandra about the Bengalis who are unemployed, lazy, job-loving, and suffering from inferiority complex. Because it is seen that since 1920, he has written one article after another in various periodicals. Such as ‘Annasamasya O Bangalir nishcheshta‘ (monthly Basumati, Falgun 1329), ‘Bangali Kothay Gelo?‘ (Probasi, 1339), ‘Bangali Kothay?‘ (Anandabazar Puja Sangha. 1339), ‘Bangalir Shaktisamorther Apobabyohar O Bartoman Samosya‘ (Marsik Basumati, Ashar 1331), ‘Krishi, Babyosa O Bangali Juboker Annasamosya‘ (Bharatvarsha, Chaitra 1335), ‘Shramer Marjadabodh O Bangalir Annasamasyay Porajoy‘ (Prabasi Ashwin 1340)- all such countless articles. He has also written some more books about this.
However, Acharya Prafulla Chandra had no shortage of respect for the excellence of the Bengali brain.
Acharya Prafulla Chandra himself was a successful businessman. So the aversion of Bengalis to business did not make him happy at all. His attitude towards this is clear in this mentioned book.
We find the reference in this book that the misery and poverty of the whole of India, including the Bengalis, which caused considerable concern to Acharya Prafulla Chandra.