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From 1921 to 1952, the novel was written on the historical background of the national movement. Like all ideological struggles in history, many dreams and irony of the freedom struggle in India, hopes and frustrations, victories and futility – are the themes of this novel.It has no bearing on the dead or the living. All of its characters are fictional. The various approaches that were revealed in the national movement, in the absence of struggle, are only symbolic of the main characters of the novel.
In the history of the movement, as much as Nidhidasa’s will and unpredictable self-sacrifice are as true, Shuddhodan’s naked lust for power, and the various insignificance under the ideals for power, are as brutal as truth. Yet amidst all this futility and irony, the inspiration and enlightenment of the national movement survives among countless historical yet idealistic activists like Nidhidas.Not just public leaders, but ordinary workers like Nidhidas are the backbone of the ideology of any race and society.
“Andha Diganta” is not a self-proclaimed manifestation of political flight or despair. The life span of the person is limited; But the struggle for liberation continues.From time to time this struggle acquires new approaches and values; Yet in the midst of all this, the trend of that struggle is uninterrupted Just before the new dawn of liberation, blindness is only a temporary pause.Thirteen years ago today, I first started writing this novel amidst the whirlwind of first-general-election. At that time I could not go any further than three or four paragraphs.Later in “Dogger” so many were first published in series under the title “Bhagnadutta” and later “Kurma and Konark”. It attracted the attention of many readers at the time and they were disappointed that it had not been completed.The novel has been completed, along with a few other books, among the vacancies I had as a result of my separation from active politics after being defeated by only sixty-six votes in some cases in the third general election.
|Author||Sri Surendra Mohanty|
|Publisher||Cuttack Students Store|
|Edition||5th Edition-7th Edition|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1|
|Printing||Sangeeta Printers, Cuttack|