Content[ edit ] The book is about a secret society named Pather Dabi whose goal is to free India from British rule. The leader of the organization is Sabyasachi Mallick, who is described as being highly educated, having studied medicine, engineering, and law in Europe and America. His physical feats include swimming across a torrential river, and traversing the Eastern Himalayas on foot. Emotional and impressionable, Apurba grieves at the colonial rule. He is, however, also weak, timid, and venal.
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Pather Dabi caused an enormous furore following its serialisation in a Bengali monthly - Bangabani. The story of Sabyasachi, the charismatic leader of the military organisation, Pather Dabi, and the powerful women around him - their inter-relationship, agony and ecstasy stirred anti-British sentiments at a time India was languishing under the British rule Source: Good Reads. Sarat chandra Chattopadhyay is a Bengali legendary Novelist of 20 Century.
He was born on September 15, at Debanandapur village in the Hooghly district. He was the second child of his parents. His childhood was spent in dire poverty because his father was an idler and paid little attention to sustain his five children.
The Author died in 16 January His best novels are Palli Samaj , Charitraheen , Devdas , Nishkriti , Srikanta in four parts , , and , Griha Daha , Sesh Prasna and Sesher Parichay published posthumously etc. All links are external and sometimes may not work properly. This edition of Magazine is available only for read online. View or Read This Full Book.
It was first published as a novel in , after having been initially serialized in the journal Bangabani. The book is set in British India. The book is about a secret society named Pather Dabi whose goal is to free India from British rule. The leader of the organization is Sabyasachi, who is described as being highly educated, having studied medicine, engineering, and law in Europe and America.
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