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A master of Indian fiction Short Stories from His PenEither write something worth reading or do something worth writing Benjamin Franklin The ebook The Chain and Other Stories It is a collection of 10 stories by Dr Bhabendra Nath Saikia Many of these stories were included in the collection of short stories for which Dr Saikia was awarded the highest Indian Literary AwA master of Indian fiction Short Stories from His PenEither write something worth reading or do something worth writing Benjamin Franklin The ebook The Chain and Other Stories It is a collection of 10 stories by Dr Bhabendra Nath Saikia Many of these stories were included in the collection of short stories for which Dr Saikia was awarded the highest Indian Literary Award, Sahitya Akademi About Dr Bhabendra Nath SaikiaAn author becomes extravagant when he portrays his soul in the exquisite flow of the ink He exhibits the emotions and feelings of life so easily that we as readers flow away with their thoughts One such prolific writer rather an author who holds your hand in the ocean of thoughts and emotions is late Dr Bhabendra Nath Saikia.Dr Saikia was adept at understanding the human mind and its complexities The characters in his works live through the same hopes and dreams that the common man in the society faces in the struggle for his daily existence they are haunted by the same nightmares and soothed by the dreams that are real in life and the values and morals that serve as the guiding light for the characters in his works are the same that guide us in life and stand as challenges when we are at moral crossroads in the journey of life.He was a novelist, playwright, short story writer, film director all rolled into one His films portray the life of the common man, as do his literary works Dr Saikia was awarded the one of the highest civilian awards of India, the Padma Shri, in 2001 The Sahitya Akademi award was presented to Dr Saikia in 1976 for his short story collection Srinkhal The Chain This award is a literary honor in India, and it is conferred by the Sahitya Akademi, India s National Academy of Letters.Words said about Dr Bhabendra Nath Saikia s writings Intuitive, perceptive, observant, sensitive the adjectives would flow if one started describing the genius called Bhabendra Nath Saikia Deeply insightful, immensely enjoyable, and dipped in the rich cultural heritage and traditions of Assam, Dr Saikia s works are as universal as they are local A rare glimpse of Assamese society, portrayed with deep understanding and love by a master craftsman His stories and novels appeal to the modern reader, for his insight into the universal dilemma that life is Dr Bhabendra Nath Saikia can appeal as much to a reader in a village in India as he can appeal to someone in a village in UK or US The story line and character presentation in his books are so enchanting and infused with passion that the readers can hardly take their eyes off it.


  • Title: THE CHAIN and Other Stories
  • Author: Bhabendra Nath Saikia(ড˚ ভবেন্দ্ৰ নাথ শইকীয়া)
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  • Page: 496
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Bhabendra Nath Saikia(ড˚ ভবেন্দ্ৰ নাথ শইকীয়া)

Dr Bhabendra Nath Saikia Assamese 1932 2003 is recognised as one of the top ranking writers of Assam Many stories have been translated into English, Bengali, Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati etc He had also written a large number of plays for All India Radio AIR The plays Kolahal, Durbhiksha and Itihaas were taken up by the AIR as national plays Kolahal was selected for broadcast from foreign centres He has been associated actively with the stage as a playwrit and director He has written many plays for Mobile Theatre of Assam, and a number of One Act Plays.He had directed eight feature films These films have been screened at International Film Festivals held at various places such as Cannes, Madras, Hyderabad, New Delhi, Bangalore, Calcutta, Karlovy Vary Czechoslovakia , Nantes France , Valladolid Spain , Algiers Algeria , Pyong Yong North Korea , Sydney, Munich, Montreal and Toronto Has also directed one episode of a Doordarshan series on Rabindra Nath Tagore s stories in Hindi Seven out of his eight films have been selected for Indian Panorama Section of the International Film Festival of India He received the Sahitya Akademi India Award in 1976, the Rajat Kamal Award of the Government of India for the film Sandhyarag in 1978, Anirban in 1981,Agnisnan in 1985, Kolahal in 1988, Sarothi in 1992, Abartan in 1994 and for Itihaas in 1996 He was adjudged as one of the Twenty one Great Assamese Persons of the twentieth century in a literary weekly news magazine of Assam.Bhabendra Nath Saikia was born on 20 February 1932 at Nagaon town He passed his matriculation examination in 1948 and the Intermediate examination in Science in 1950, both with first division marks He passed BSc Examination in 1952 with honours in Physics from the Cotton College of Gauhati University He received a post graduate degree in Physics from the Presidency College of Calcutta University He obtained his PhD in physics from the University of London in 1961 He also obtained a Diploma from the Imperial College of Science Technology, London in 1961 He later worked as reader in Physics at the Gauhati University He became a Member, Sangeet Natak Akademi, India.Saikia edited the Prantik , an Assamese monthly magazine, and a children s magazine named Xaphura , both in the Assamese language He was also the president of the Jyoti Chitraban which was for a long time the only film studio in Assam He had the unique distinction of having won the National Awards for each of his seven Assamese films For his services to the literature, culture and cinema of Assam, Dr Saikia was awarded the Padma Shri in 2001.Having spent his childhood in poverty, Dr Saikia established the Aarohan Trust in Guwahati using the money he received from the Assam Valley Literary Award to provide free training to poor children interested in art, theatre and music Dr Saikia died on 13 August 2003 in Guwahati and is survived by his wife Preeti Saikia and two daughters The Assam Government has named a road in Guwahati and a state award in his honour.



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