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About Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay.
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay. Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay also spelt Saratchandra Bengali: He was one of the most popular Bengali novelists of the early 20th century. His childhood and youth were spent in dire poverty as his father, Motilal Chattopadhyay, was an idler and dreamer and gave little security to his five children.
Saratchandra received very little formal education but inherited something valuable from his father—his imagination and love of literature. Saratchandra came to maturity at a time when the national movement was gaining momentum together with an awakening of social consciousness.
Much of his writing bears the mark of the resultant turbulence of society. A prolific writer, he found the novel an apt medium for depicting this and, in his hands, it became a powerful weapon of social and political reform.
Sensitive and daring, his novels captivated the hearts and minds of thousands of readers not only in Bengal but all over India.
Sarat Chandra was a daring, adventure-loving boy. Most of his schooling was in informal village schools called pathshalas. First Arts examination or attend college due to lack of funds. After finishing his formal studies, he spent much of his time interacting with friends, acting in plays, and in playing sports and games.
Several of his famous novels and stories were written during this period.
Part of his novel, Srikanto, is based on his experiences in Burma. He got a temporary job in Burma Railway's audit office and later worked for many years in Burma's public works accounts office.
While living in Rangoon , he married his first wife Shanti. He was deeply hurt when his wife and one-year-old son died from plague. He married his second wife Mokshada later renamed Hironmoyee also in Rangoon and taught her to read and write. She outlived him by 23 years. It is during this time that he improved his Sanskrit skills from "Kabyasri" Kishorimohan Mukherjee.
He devoted himself to writing and established himself as one of India's major novelists and story writers. He was involved in India's freedom struggle and served as the president of Howrah district branch of Indian National Congress — University of Calcutta awarded him the prestigious Jagattarini medal. University of Dhaka awarded him an honorary doctorate D.
On 2 Magh or 16 January he died, from cancer of the liver. Then he made a house in the village of Samtabere.
He spent the later years of his life as a novelist in Samtabere and in another house in Kolkata. His and his brother's samadhi can still be seen there. The trees like bamboo, galoncho and the guava trees planted by the renowned author are still tourist attractions.