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Achintya Kumar Sengupta

Achintya Kumar Sengupta (Bengali: - 2.2 Story collections


) )(1903-1976), was a renowned Bengali author. He
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was born in Noakhali, now in Bangladesh.
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Life

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At the age of 13, after his fathers death, Sengupta moved


to Calcutta, where he completed his schooling. He got a
B. A. Honours degree from South Suburban College in
English, followed by an M. A. degree from the University
of Calcutta. Subsequently he obtained a degree in Law
and entered the judicial service, where he served until
his retirement, after having been a district judge and a
Special Judicial Ocer.

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Works

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He started writing under a pen name, Niharika Debi. He


contributed to almost all genres of Bengali literature, but
is best remembered for his novels and short stories. In all,
he wrote more than 100 books.

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Sengupta was closely associated with the famous maga- 2.3 Poetry
zine Kallol, and was its editor for some time.
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His literary works have been included in the curriculum of
school level, secondary, higher secondary and graduation
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level Bengali Literature in Bangladesh.
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Neel Akash

Novels

Bede

Purba Paschim

Akoshik

Uttarayan

Kakjoshna

2.4 Biographies

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Endrani

Param Purush Sriramkrishna-1

Prachir O Prantor

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Urnonav

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Nobonita

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Je Jai Boluk

Poromaprokriti Sri Sarodamoni

Asumodru Antorongo

Okhondo Omiyo Srigourango

Prothom Kadom Phul

Bireshor Bibekananda
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Rotnakor Girishchandra
Amritapurush Jishu
Udyata Kharga Subhash

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Others

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Joishter Jhor

References
Golpo Songroho (Collected Stories), the national
text book of B.A. (pass and subsidiary) course of
Bangladesh, published by University of Dhaka in
1979 (reprint in 1986).
Bangla Sahitya (Bengali Literature), the national text book of intermediate (college) level of
Bangladesh published in 1996 by all educational
boards.

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