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“Bipradas” is a novel by Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay, originally written in Bengali and translated into many languages, including Odia. The novel follows the story of the protagonist Bipradas, a Brahmin, set in a rural area of West Bengal during the early 20th century.
Bipradas is a gentle and honest man who faces discrimination from his fellow villagers due to his low social status. Despite his talent and intelligence, he is unable to get a stable job or marry the woman he loves because of his Brahmin heritage.
As the story unfolds, Bipradas becomes involved in a legal case and loses his faith in the law. He questions the fairness of society and the system that allows rich and powerful people to exploit the poor and vulnerable.
Throughout the novel, Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay explores themes of caste discrimination, social injustice, corruption, and the complex relationships between individuals within a community.
“Bipradas” is a poignant and timeless tale that sheds light on pertinent social issues and human emotions. The novel has been acclaimed for its sensitive depiction of the protagonist’s struggles and the author’s insightful observations on the social and cultural context of early 20th-century Bengal.
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