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Mahabharata | Sri Kaliprasanna Singha

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  • Type: Book
  • Genre: Spiritual Books
  • Author: Sri Kaliprasanna Singha
  • Publisher: Akshay Library
  • ISBN: N/A
  • Book Edition: Hardcover
  • Language: Bengali

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About Sri Kaliprasanna Singha

Sri Kaliprasanna Singha (1840-1870) was a prominent figure in the literary and cultural history of Bengal during the 19th century. He was a Bengali writer, editor, publisher, and social reformer who made significant contributions to Bengali literature and journalism.

Kaliprasanna was born in Hooghly district, West Bengal, India, in 1840. He received a traditional education in Sanskrit and Bengali literature but later embraced English education, which broadened his horizons and allowed him to interact with the contemporary intellectual and cultural developments of the time.

He is best known for his role as an editor and publisher of the famous Bengali satirical magazine, “Babgaliana,” which was founded in 1866. The magazine was known for its wit, humor, and social commentary and played a crucial role in shaping public opinion during that period. Kaliprasanna’s sharp satirical writings often targeted the prevalent social and cultural issues of his time, earning him praise and recognition as a leading literary figure.

Apart from his literary endeavors, Kaliprasanna Singha was also involved in various social reform movements. He worked tirelessly to abolish the practice of Sati (the immolation of widows) and supported women’s education, which were significant social issues in 19th-century Bengal.

Kaliprasanna was an advocate of modern education and used his position in the magazine and his own publishing house to promote literary and intellectual works. He translated several English books into Bengali, introducing Western literature to the Bengali-speaking audience.

Unfortunately, Kaliprasanna Singha’s life was cut short at a young age when he passed away in 1870 at the age of 30. Despite his early demise, his contributions to Bengali literature and society left a lasting impact and continue to be remembered and celebrated in the cultural history of Bengal.