Kaalbela By Samaresh Majumdar

Kaalbela By Samaresh Majumdar

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Kaalbela is an awesome Bengali PDF book which is written by Samaresh Majumdar. Samaresh Majumdar is a very popular writer to most of the book lover of Bangladesh. Kaalbela is a good rating book of Samaresh Majumdar. In 1983 this mind-blowing book was first published by Ananda Publishers Pvt. Ltd.  This eBook contains 413 pages and PDF size is 16 MB.

Book detail

  • Book name: Kaalbela pdf
  • Writer: Samaresh Majumdar
  • Category: Novel
  • Publisher: Ananda Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
  • Published: 1983
  • Total pages: 413
  • PDF Size: 15
  • Language: Bengali / Bangla

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“Kaalbela” is a book most of our generation and our previous generation can relate. Here in Calcutta, it was the tumultuous 60’s and 70’s, most of Bengal saw the rise of a new kind of a rebel in the form of students uprising. The Naxal Uprising. They vowed to change the system of the corrupts, the dynasticism, the sections getting all the riches. Thus they started a revolution; COMMUNISM started getting its ground. In the way, Bengal lost many of its opportunities, its youths and merits. Maybe after nearly 50 years from that time, we are still in the process of recovering from those damages made, even in Bengal, Universities sponsor students with politics, every industry gets a share of its trade unions, the uprising surely changed the mindset of the once productive, efficient and intelligent Bengali peoples. Kaalbela delves with that time, Animesh played the character of a typical Bengali youth who got misguided and got floated with the wave of false ideas, his promising career and opportunity got crippled just like that happened in Bengal. Madhabilata his friend and shelter is the only soothing balm throughout the novel. It might be a spoiler for some to conclude the story here, but somehow Animesh was reduced to a decaying lifeless idealistic body with only Madhabilata as his hope to clinch on the remaining existing life that he lived, minus the world he believed.


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