|Number of Pages||272 Pages|
|Dimensions (Cms)||22x 14|
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay was born in a prominent Bengali family in 1838. He was a renowned Bengali poet and novelist.
Bankim Chandra beautifully portrayed the traditional human expressions in simple words. His writings throw considerable light on the serious issues of his time that included religion, society, caste and politics. The middle-class Indian families find his works extremely appealing and relatable. He was a source of inspiration for the revolutionaries who participated in the freedom struggle of India.
This set of books includes his famous novels Mrinalini and Devi Chaudhrani. While Mrinalini revolves around the themes of love and trust, Devi Chaudhrani depicts the role of women in India’s struggle for Independence.