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India’s speculative thought as articulated in the Upanisads and the Aranyakas, into which Ray dived later in his life, largely shaped his vision and imagination. Delivered in business days through India Post as Register Parcel. He was deeply influenced by personalities like Gandhi, Nehru and Marx.
Born in Mymensingh inRay had his early education at the local National School, where his father served as a teacher. This page has been accessed 1, times. Politics took him from one corner rog the country to the other and afforded him the opportunity of coming into actual physical contact with people at all levels down and enabled him to know the country comprehensively.
More Books From Publisher: After independence inRay lost the urge for politics and except for a spell of Rajya Sabha membership for eight years gave up active politics.
His strong Brahmo family background contributed towards his orientation. Bnet Bazaar is the destination for online shopping of books and other materials all over the India.
Retrieved from ” http: There was also an element of nationalism in that period which was mixed with the quest for Bengali cultural identity, visibly reflected in the works of Dinesh Chandra Sen.
Books across every possible category and languages are available here. Out Of Stock For any query related to the book. During the Quit India Movement, Ray was imprisoned in He participated in the Congress Satyagraha movement of the early thirties and then again in the Quit India Movement of He came to the teaching profession by choice, leaving the world of journalism, where he had already got a foothold as the Literary Editor of Subhas Chandra Bose’s English daily, Liberty.
Agnibarshiya Agniyug Hardcover Price: It was in the jail that he commenced his Bangalir Itihas.
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Thanks for your kind cooperation. Bengali books as well as English books are available here. This intensified his interest in art and also made him realise that art cannot be studied in isolation from society, the state and the broader culture to which it belongs.
Two of his great contemporaries, Bankimchandra and Rabindranath influenced him profoundly. But his magnum opus, Bangalir Itihas, is a seminal work on the history of the Bengalis from the earliest times to the beginning of Muslim rule, and is indeed a path-breaking work, a cornerstone for an understanding of the social and cultural history of Bengal.
Ray’s new approach and method became manifest in his Maurya and Shunga Art a revised and enlarged edition was published in under the title Maurya and post-Maurya Art and Bangalir Itihas itihaa You can order any book from any publishers those not even in our list. In his school days he got involved in social service work carried out by well-known revolutionary parties like Anushilan and Yugantar. Writers like Manik Bandyopadhyaya and Tarashankar Bandyopadhyaya wrote of the common ranjqn with great empathy; Painters banbalir Nandalal Bose and Jamini Ray were now focusing their attention on ordinary men and women njhar fields and factories.
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In particular, the life and works of Rabindranath imbibed in him the spirit of liberal humanism. For any query related to the book. However, participation in politics had given Ray an insight into his country and brought him nearer to its people. Itias wide universal interest articulated in diverse creative directions, seemed to have inspired him all through.
It was in Burma that he did the groundwork for the integrationist approach to history that he perfected in his Bangalir Itihas History of the Bengali People published in In the Bengal of s and s, in other words during the formative years of Niharranjan Ray, the intellectual and emotional climate was one of liberal humanism; whatever concerned man and his environs in the world nearest to him seemed to have interested Ray, and fed and nourished him both emotionally and intellectually.
Equally deeply and vitally, he was affected by nineteenth century European positivist and materialist thought, particularly the ideas of Marx. During his college days he joined the non-cooperation movement as a student-volunteer and became involved in Congress activities at the village level.
Otherwise Rs 50 will be charged extra. He served the administration of such institutions as the National Library and the Indian Museum in Calcutta. He returned to Calcutta in In he published two more books: He first made his name in the field tiihas art history, a subject that became the basis for his experiments on an integrated approach to history.
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In Ray set out for Europe where he took doctorates in Letters and Philosophy from the University of Leiden and received a London diploma in librarianship. Nationalism in India, which happens to be an historical analysis of its stresses and strains, and Idea and Image of Indian Art, a study of ‘the dialectical interrelationship between an abstract idea or concept and its concretised manifestation in a meaningful aesthetic form’.