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Origin of Bangla Eleventh Part Bengal Dreamscape of Atlantis and Anthropos (eBook)

বাংলার উৎপত্তি একাদশ পর্ব বাংলা , আটলান্টিসের উপাখ্যান ও মানব জাতি
Type: e-book
Genre: Literature & Fiction, History
Language: English
Price: ₹300
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Naru embarked on a lifelong cerebral journey to find answers to a few questions that had appeared in his mind very early in his life. Those questions were related to his birthplace, Bengal. At present, officially, a place known as ‘Bengal’ has become extinct, but the people of that geography still use that term to describe their motherland.

In the last few centuries, huge efforts have been undertaken to understand and document the past of that land. The Europeans, particularly the British, the then-occupying force, put enormous effort into rediscovering the prehistoric literature of India. The effort they put into that front was probably unparalleled throughout the worldwide empire that they were running during that time. An army of Indian intellectuals, many of whom were Bengalis, sprang up in no time to contribute to that effort. Myriads of works of literature came to the forefront, the presence of which was unknown until that time.

Not much progress could be made in the area of writing the history of Bengal to the perceived time when it is believed that prehistoric Indian literature was created. References to the geography known as ‘Bengal’ today may be found in those literatures. Sketchy historical accounts for that land are available up to a period of 3000 years before the present from some secondary sources. Some archaeological evidence has been discovered that dates the historical period of Bengal up to a period of 5000 years before the present.

Through the application of unexplainable capabilities, Naru was shown some events that had happened inside the Bengal Basin by his ‘Wisp’. He managed to recognise that those events bore resemblance to the tale of Atlantis, a submerged land. As he could not be sure about his conjecture, he requested his ‘Wisp’ for a repetition of that journey.

What he saw on the second journey had the capability to bridge many gaps that are present in the present understanding of human history.

About the Author

Mr. Dibyendu Chakraborty has pursued higher education in management studies and worked at many locations in India. He found great joy in observing and relating available clues to make meaningful models for explaining some basic queries.

For the last three years, he has been writing to share his findings with the readers at large. He writes his books in two languages, English and Bengali. Until now, he has written 13 books, including this one.

In his writings, Naru, the main character, had developed some questions in his mind related to his birthplace, Bengal, since the early years of his secondary education. Later, when he pursued management studies, in that phase too, some basic questions remained unanswered. His inner self started a journey of reasoning, which culminated in a model that has the ability to answer many questions associated with Bengal and India. At the same time, the root of that finding has applicability to a number of areas of knowledge.

Mr. Chakraborty may be contacted at

Book Details

Publisher: Dibyendu Chakraborty
Number of Pages: 143
Availability: Available for Download (e-book)

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