Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay, one of the most popular Bengali novelists of the 20th century, wrote stories reflecting obvious sincerity and basic realism. Many of his works represent the plight and oppression faced by women in rural Bengali society during that period. He condemned and wrote about the social superstitions and narrow mindedness that had engulfed the country.
Parineeta is a meticulous tale of childhood romance between Parineeta and Shekhar. The novel unravels personal as well as the social complexities of the lovers hailing from different social backgrounds. As their childhood comes to an end, the lovers go through various mental and social obstructions. Sarat Chandra wonderfully explores intricacies of this childhood relationship and how their love travels through the tide of time...
|No. of Pages||70|
|Author||Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay|