Bankim chandra chattopadhyay (27 june 1838 – 8 april 1894) was a bengali writer, poet and journalist who standardized and modernized the prose form of bengali literature, both in fiction and non-fiction, and is known as sahitya samrat (emperor of literature) in bengali india's national song vande mataram, which had given rise to the concept of the nation as mother and inspired the indian. Talk:bankim chandra chatterjee jump to navigation jump to search this is the talk page for discussing improvements to the bankim chandra chatterjee article this is not a forum for general discussion of the article's subject put new text under old text.
Bankim chandra chatterjee was a great hindu novelist who lived in 19th century india, whose novels provided patriotic inspiration for the indian freedom struggle. Bankim chandra chattopadhyay was born in 1838 in kanthalpara, a small village of west bengal, into an orthodox brahmin family to yadav chandra chattopadhyay and durgadebi. Bankim chandra chattopadhyay has 55 books on goodreads with 9758 ratings bankim chandra chattopadhyay’s most popular book is anandamath.
Bonkim chondra chattopadhyay or bankim chandra chatterjee (27 june 1838 –8 april 1894) was an indian writer, poet and journalist he was the composer of vande mataram, originally in sanskrit stotra personifying india as a mother goddess and inspiring the activists during the indian independence movement. In 1894, in an obituary message that he wrote on the passing away of bankimchandra chattopadhyaya (1838–1894), sri aurobindo (1872–1950) quite aptly remarked that bankim had given his countrymen a language, a literature, and a nation bankimchandra contributed significantly toward the creation. Bankim chandra chattopadhyay was a famous bengali poet, writer and journalist he was the author of anandamath containing the national song of india - vande mataram.
Bankim chandra chattopadhyay (27 june 1838 – 8 april 1894) was a bengali writer, poet and journalist who standardized and modernized the prose form of bengali literature, both in fiction and non-fiction, and is known as sahitya samrat (emperor of literature) in bengali. Now, the bharatiya janta party (bjp) has decided to highlight the legacy of basu, roy, karim and chatterjee, apart from littérateur bankim chandra chatterjee and bharatiya jana sangh-founder.