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Phoenix By Muhammed Zafar Iqbal. Irina by humayun ahmed. Nissongo Grohochari Muhammed Zafar Iqbal. Somporko by Humayun Ahmed. In that complexity, critics saw resemblance to Western novels. One of the many novels of Chattopadhyay that are entitled to be termed as historical fiction is Rajsimha , rewritten and enlarged Anandamath The Abbey of Bliss, is a political novel which depicts a Sannyasi Hindu ascetic army fighting the British soldiers.
The book calls for the rise of Indian nationalism. The novel was also the source of the song Vande Mataram I worship my Motherland for she truly is my mother which, set to music by Rabindranath Tagore , was taken up by many Indian nationalists, and is now the National Song of India.
The plot of the novel is loosely set on the Sannyasi Rebellion. He imagined untrained Sannyasi soldiers fighting and beating the highly experienced British Army; ultimately, however, he accepted that the British cannot be defeated.
He categorically claimed that the British are not the enemy but friends; the Muslims are the real enemy. Hence, this novel is also termed communal in nature. Vande Mataram became prominent during the Swadeshi movement, which was sparked by Lord Curzon's attempt to partition Bengal into a Hindu majority West and a Muslim majority East.
Drawing from the Shakti tradition of Bengali Hindus, Chattopadhyay personified India as a Mother Goddess, which gave the song a Hindu undertone that would prove to be problematic for some Muslims. His final novel, Sitaram , tells the story of a local Hindu lord, torn between his wife and the woman he desires but unable to attain, makes a series of blunders and takes arrogant, self-destructive decisions. Finally, he must confront his self and motivate the few loyal soldiers that stand between his estate and the Muslim Nababs army about to take over.
Bankim Chandra Chatterjee on a stamp of India Chattopadhyay's humorous sketches are his best-known works other than his novels.
Kamalakanter Daptar From the Desk of Kamalakanta, ; enlarged as Kamalakanta, contains half humorous and half serious sketches. Kamalakanta is an opium-addict, similar to De Quincey's Confessions of an English Opium-Eater , but Bankim Chandra goes much beyond with his deft handling of sarcastic, political messages that Kamalakanta delivers.
Chattopadhyay's commentary on the Gita was published eight years after his death and contained his comments up to the 19th Verse of Chapter 4.
Through this work, he attempted to reassure Hindus who were increasingly being exposed to Western ideas. His belief was, that there was "No serious hope of progress in India except in Hinduism-reformed, regenerated and purified".
He wrote an extensive commentary on two verses in particular — 2.
Their belief is that few writers in world literature have excelled in both philosophy and art as Bankim has done. They have felt that in a colonised nation Bankim could not overlook politics.
He was one of the first intellectuals who wrote in a British colony, accepting and rejecting the status at the same time. Bishi also rejects the division of Bankim in 'Bankim the artist' and 'Bankim the moralist' — for Bankim must be read as a whole. Personal life[ edit ] Chattopadhyay was married at eleven. He had a son with his first wife, who died in