Len-Den by  Saratchandra Chattopadhyay

Len-Den by Saratchandra Chattopadhyay

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A small village called Chandigarh is plagued by the atrocities of the landlord jivananda. Vivekananda and some clever people of the village come together to grab the property of the innocent people of the village. In such a situation, The priestess shodashi of chandi Devi temple of that village strongly opposes him. Her efforts, instead of praises, earn her an eviction from her beloved temple. And when jivananda becomes seriously ill, shodashi takes measures to save his life instead of taking revenge. What is brewing between Vivekananda and shodashi? Two people who have it against each other, are they really going to fall in love? Len den is a heart-warming story. It is considered to be one of Sarah Chandra chattopadhyay's masterpieces, a work that has been popular since its publication.

About the Author

Born on 15 September, 1876 in West Bengal, Saratchandra Chattopadhyay began writing in his early teens. The author of numerous Bengali novels, short stories, and even plays, his works have been translated in many languages across India. He achieved instant fame after his first novel Badi Didi was published in 1907 in Bharati. The quality and nuance of his writing made some readers conjecture that the author of this work was the celebrated Rabindranath Tagore writing under a pseudonym. This novel was then adapted into a TV series. Saratchandra Chattopadhyay has penned phenomenal works such as Charitraheen (1917), Srikant (1917), and Shesh Prashn (1931). His novels like Parineeta (1914) and Devdas (1917) have earned the status of classics in Bengali literature and found their way into popular culture when they were adapted into films. Some of his other notable works adapted into films, Manjhli Didi (1967) and Swami (1977), earned filmfare awards. Considered one of the most prolific writers of the early twentieth century, Saratchandra Chattopadhyay breathed his last on 16 January, 1938.

Product details


Publisher :Fingerprint! Publishing
Language : Hindi
Paperback : 224pages
ISBN-10 : 9354401295
ISBN-13 : 9789354401299
Item Weight : 200g
Dimensions :  20 x 14 x 4 cm
Country of Origin : India

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