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Ashapurna Debi A biography.
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan D. Please help by dachana reliable sources. Prathom Protishruti Subarnolata Bakul Katha. Though Ashapurna had no formal education as such, she was self-educated.
She was born on 8 Januaryat her maternal uncle’s home at Potoldanga in North Calcutta. They then had to shift to a separate flat near Golpark with their only son Sushanta, daughter-in-law Nupur, and a granddaughter Shatarupa.
She has written over short stories. Asher Abhimanyu Unnuth Views Read Edit View history. Umashankar JoshiK. Ashapurna Devi’s stories lay threadbare the oppression women have to face and made a fervent appeal for a new social order, though not subscribing to the modern theoretical feminism of western mode. Her early childhood was spent in a traditional and extremely conservative family at Vrindaban Deci Lane amongst a large number of relatives.
Prem O Prayojan was her first novel for adults, published in Since this period, her writing continued as a never-ending process.
This page was last edited on 23 Novemberat External links [ edit ] Children’s literature portal. Vishwa Bharati University honoured her with Deshikottama in She has been widely honoured with a number of prizes and awards.
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Please help by rachanq off or relocating any relevant information, and removing excessive detail that may be against Wikipedia’s inclusion policy. According to Ashapurna, she and her sisters used to compete with each other by composing and reciting poems.
To satisfy Sarola Sundari’s tremendous urge of reading there had been a continuous flow of books and magazines from the libraries of the time. Private tutors were employed only for the boys. Thus different factors were responsible for nourishing the ashapruna culture which guided Ashapurna from her early childhood to youth, and carried her to a definite platform through various experiences and ideals of life.
Srinivasa IyengarK. As there was no dearth of leisure raxhana the daughters and no bar to reading adult books from a very early age, Ashapurna and her sisters built a love-relationship with books. Later, inanother granddaughter, Shatadeepa, was added to the family.
Her rochonaboli collected works are published in 10 volumes from publisher Mitra O Ghosh. It is said that as a baby Ashapurna used to listen to the readings of her brothers sitting opposite to them and that was how she learnt the alphabets.
Ashapurna’s mother Sarola Sundari came from a very enlightened family and was a great book lover.
Sachidananda Wshapurna Kusumagraj C. The poem “Bairer Dak” marked the beginning of the odyssey of one of the most prolific creative geniuses of Bengali literature whose credits include novels and novelettes, 37 collections of short stories, and 62 books for children. Along with the normal chores of domestic life, Ashapurna realised a significant place in creative literature through sheer power of will. Most of her writings marked a spirited protest both for men and women, against the inequality and injustice stemming from the gender-based discrimination and narrowness of outlook ingrained in traditional Hindu society.
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Her birth name was Asha Purna Devi Gupta. In they settled in Calcutta on Ramesh Mitra Road, Bhowanipur and later in a bigger house at 77 Beltola Road, where they lived until Ashapoorna Devi was born in a Baidya family. Ashapurna was thirteen and her poem “Bairer Dak” The Call from the Outside was published, with a request from editor Rajkumar Chakravorty to send more poems and stories. Ashapurna lived there until she died on 13 July October Learn how and when to remove this template message.
Ashapurna’s father Harendra Nath Gupta was a famous artist of the time who worked for C. Upon her death she was at the peak of her fame, leaving behind unique literary creations.