Putul Nacher Itikatha Synopsis Based on the sensitive political situation of the post war period, Putul Nacher Itikatha is not the story of a single individual, as a victim of the contemporary situation. Rather Putul Nacher Itikatha delineates the condition of different individual, depicting the variety of life in rural Bengal. Not even the individuals, the savage hypocrisy and the dark alleyways of human psychology stands as a protagonist of the novel, Putul Nacher Itikatha. The touchy topic of hypocrisy in the village, where an elderly couple is consecrated as saints after committing morphine induced suicide. Hypocrisy was more intensified when a village girl was married to an affluent businessman, who treats him as a kept woman. To satisfy her husband, she attired herself in the robe of a "keep" and has developed the habit of drinking.
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The real complex life of poverty-stricken ordinary people has become a marvelous art. I thought, ngitera identity is found. Starting with death, Manik speaks of life. Every character is alive and well. Shashi is the greatest character in the novel. Shashi is the viewer of life. She goes on to uncover the gray reality of rural life.
Removes the false cover and makes it honest. The doll has come up several times in the novel. Manik, who is a part of life in the whole of the novel, is clear that all human endeavors reach inactivity, in vain. None of them could make their lives their own. As a doll, man does not have authority over himself. Other people have pushed their worthlessness. So human beings are puppets, and puppeteers again. Diversity has come because of suicidal people.
Confrontation of antitrust conflicts in people is a novel experience. The characters in the novel are duality. The devoted soul in the village of Shashi, again clashes with the debt. Tucker Conju Gopal; But when the boy does not want to take the money, he is shocked.
Yadav Pandit saves free will; But in the dark way, he takes the stick in fear of the snake. Desires to lie to the crook. On the way to the village of Gaodia, the beginning of the Upanishah, the story of the village is completed.
Putul Nacher Itikotha by Manik Bandhopadhyay
Putul Nacher Itikotha By Manik Bandopadhyay