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  Dwijendralal Roy  
Bhim Rao Ambedkar

Dwijendralal Roy, (1863-1913) was a writer, dramatist and lyricist, was born on 19 July 1863 at Krishnanagar in Nadia. His father was Kartikeya Chandra Roy, mother was Prasannamayee Devi.Dwijendralal passed the graduation from Hoogli College in 1883 and achieved his MA degree from Presidency

 
 

College. Then he went to London and achieved FRAS in farming and the MRAC and MRAS from the Royal Agriculture College and Agricultural Society. Coming back to India he was selected as a deputy magistrate in Dinajpur.

In 1905 Dwijendralal founded a literary society, named Purnima Milon, in Kolkata. He was the editor of the journal BHARATVARSA in 1913. Aryagatha (part 2, 1894), Hasir Gan (1900), Mandra (1902), Alekhya (1907), and Triveni (1912) are his famous collections of work of poems and songs. His drawings and satires comprise Ekghare (1889), Samaj Bibhrat O Kalki Avatar (1895), Tryahasparsha (1900), Prayashchitta (1902), and Punarjanma (1911).

 
 

He was also a playwright and amongst his mythological dramas are Pasani (1900), Sita (1908) and Visma (1914). His societal theaters are Parapare (1912) and Banganari (1916) and chronological plays: Tarabai (1903), Rana Pratapsingh (1905), Mebar Patan (1908), Nurjahan (1908), Sajahan (1909) and Chandragupta (1911). He was also a renowned creator of modern songs; which is known as Dwijendragiti.

 
 

Dwijendragiti consists of five hundred songs on various themes. The anti-British movement motivated him to compose patriotic songs for his native land. Two of his most famous songs, enthused by nationalism are Dhana Dhanya Pushpa Bhara and Banga Amar Janani Amar. Dwijendralal's songs, exemplified by reality, splendor and joyfulness, have turn into an essential ingredient of the Bengali custom.

 
 

Dwijendralal has been considered as one of the prominent litterateurs and renowned Indian playwright of India. This great personality had died on17 May 1913 in Kolkata, but still now admired and respected for his sheer dedication to the Bengali literature and indirect participation in the freedom movement.

 
 

 

 
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