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Banglar Itihas HB Price: 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 itinas a meaningful aesthetic form’.

Akapat Arunabha HB Price: These changes were reflected in his Rabindra Sahityer Bhumikain which he attempted to present Tagore’s creative writings in their social settings and to analyse how the latter affected the ideas, themes, characters, forms and styles of the former.

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. Consequently, his ideas on and approaches to history and literature underwent changes. Niharranjan Ray enjoyed considerable variety in his professional life.

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This intensified his interest in art and also banbalir him realise that art cannot be studied in isolation from society, the state and the broader culture to which it belongs.

Nuhar actively participated in the politics of a militantly nationalist revolutionary party such as Anushilan Samiti, and later was active in the Indian National Congress. As a student of ancient Indian history and culture, particularly of the arts and religion, he was interested in the origin and evolution of India’s traditional aesthetic, social and cultural patterns and values.


Retrieved from ” http: He presented a dissertation nihae the subject at Calcutta University for their prestigious premchand roychand studentship PRSwhich was awarded in Having undertaken several study-visits to Burma between andhe published his three books on Burmese art and religion: Agnibarshiya Agniyug Hardcover Price: Love of banbalir is the best of all.

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.

Bangalir Itihas Adiparba By Niharranjan Roy

He participated in the Congress Satyagraha movement of the early thirties and then again in the Quit India Movement of Writers like Manik Bandyopadhyaya and Tarashankar Bandyopadhyaya wrote of the common people with great empathy; Painters like Nandalal Nihra and Jamini Ray were now focusing their attention on ordinary men and women in fields and factories.

He returned to Calcutta in It was in the jail bangzlir he commenced his Bangalir Itihas. Main page Random page Contact. In the Bengal of s and s, in other words during ranjjan formative years of Niharranjan Ray, the intellectual and emotional climate was one of liberal humanism; whatever concerned man and his environs in the world nihaf to him seemed to have interested Ray, and fed and nourished him both emotionally and intellectually. For any query related to the book.

Privacy policy About Banglapedia Disclaimers Log in. He retained a close association with the former as late rky This page was last modified on 9 Marchat Anna Hajare Paper Back Price: 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 Politics took him from one corner of 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.


In he published two more books: Ray, Niharranjan was one of the last of India’s polymaths, having written extensively on a vast range of subjects including art, classical and modern literature, history, religion, politics and biography. In his school days he got involved in itihzs service work carried out by well-known revolutionary parties like Anushilan and Yugantar. Knadhe Kambal Paye Chappal. After independence inRay lost the urge for politics and except for a spell of Rajya Sabha membership for eight years gave up active politics.

Bnet Bazaar is the destination for online shopping of books and other materials all over the India. More Books From Publisher: It was ithias 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 Bnet Bazaar Online Store Directories: His strong Brahmo family background contributed towards his orientation.

Two of his great contemporaries, Bankimchandra ittihas Rabindranath influenced him profoundly. Niharranjan Ray’s scholarship traversed varied fields. Ltihas wide universal interest articulated in diverse creative directions, seemed to have inspired him all through. During his college days he joined the non-cooperation movement as a student-volunteer and became involved in Congress activities at the village level. This classic work represents a momentous shift from the interpretation of history in political terms and bangxlir remarkable for making the common people the centre of the historian’s attention.

On his return to Calcutta from Burma he learnt Burmese and Mon, and took up the study of the art and architecture of Burma seriously.