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Title: from Jibonananda Dash
Post by: tajallinur on August 23, 2011, 10:45:41 PM
Where crops are singing, in earth's ear
Like paddy of gold
Where it fruits
May be, one day, no one ever knows
You and me
Paused silently like a cool oyster
Will lay there
Where star's ray falls for all night long
Where wing of ocean blows
And sings with her delight flows.
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Post by: Shamim Ansary on August 24, 2011, 09:34:39 AM
I found an interesting feelings. Reading Jibonanda Das in Bengali is more "subjective" than in English!
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Post by: tajallinur on August 25, 2011, 12:58:17 AM
yes, Bangla is more rich than English.
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Post by: yousuf ali on August 25, 2011, 02:09:29 AM
the source of Bangla literacy is full of diamond like Najrul, Robi Tagor, Jibonananda Dash, Humayn, Jafor Iqbal  etc
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Post by: fatema_diu on September 07, 2011, 10:47:34 AM
great post Taz!
Are you continuing in Uttara Campus?
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Post by: sethy on September 29, 2011, 11:21:32 AM
Jibonananda Das enrich Bangle literature by his writings. In his writings we can see the natural beauty of our country. Plz continue this process.
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Post by: Shamim Ansary on September 29, 2011, 03:00:45 PM
(http://www.banglainternet.com/image/jibanananda_das.jpg)

Date of birth :17 February 1899 in Barisal
Parent : His father was Satyananda Das, was a schoolteacher and founder editor of the Brahmabadi. His mother was Kusumkumari Das also wrote poetry.
Education : Jibanananda completed his Matriculation in 1915 from Barisal Brajamohan School, IA in 1917 from B M College, BA with Honours in English in 1919 and MA in 1921 from Presidency College. And studied law for some time
Death :22 October 1954 by a tram accident in Kolkata
Poetry Volumes :
Jhara Palak (Fallen Feathers, 1927)
Dhusar Pandulipi (Gray Manuscript, 1936)
Banalata Sen (1942),
Mahaprthibi (Great Universe, 1944),
Satti Tarar Timir (1948),
Rupasi Bangla (Beautiful Bengal, written - 1934, published - 1957),
Bela Abela Kalbela (1961).
Novels :
Malyaban (Adorned with a Garland 1972),
Sutirtha (The Good Pilgrimage, 1977),
Jalpaihati,
Jibanpranali,
Basmatir Upakhyan and many more.
Other :
About two hundred stories was written by him. Jibanananda Dasher Galpa (Stories of Jibanananda Das, 1972) is a collection of his short stories. His complete works can be found on Jibanananda Samagra (The Complete Works of Jibanananda, 1985-96) in 12 volumes, as
Award :
Banalata Sen was awarded by Nikhil Banga Rabindra Sahitya Sammelan (1953),
"Jibanananda Dasher Shrestha Kavita" was awarded by Sahitya Akademi Award (1954).
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Post by: tajallinur on September 30, 2011, 10:40:58 PM
thank you mam. yes i am continuing this semester here and you will be surprised to know that i have translated this from one of the poems of Jibonananda dash. but i don't know what is the name of this poem.

Shamim via, thank you to post a short biography of this great poet. I think it will make us interested to our own literature.
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Post by: sethy on October 04, 2011, 01:46:57 PM
Thank you sir for the biography of Jibonanda Dash.
I also want to come back in the daughter of nature after my death.