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কবির জীবিতকালে বাংলা শ্রাবন, ১৩৫৯, ইংরেজি ১৯৫২ সালে কলকাতার সিগনেট প্রেস থেকে বনলতা সেনের সংস্করণটি বের হয়। ৪৯ পৃষ্ঠার বর্ধিত কলেবরে প্রকাশিত সংস্করণে আগের মোট ৩০টি কবিতা প্রকাশিত হয়।

এই সংস্করণের প্রচ্ছদ করেছিলেন সত্যজিৎ রায় ও মুল্য ছিল ২ টাকা। সিগনেট সংস্করণের প্রকাশক ছিলেন দিলীপকুমার গুপ্ত।

জীবনানন্দ দাশ (/dʒɪbɒnʌnɒndɔː dʌʃ/) (ফেব্রুয়ারি ১৭, ১৮৯৯ - অক্টোবর ২২, ১৯৫৪; বঙ্গাব্দ ফাল্গুন ৬, ১৩০৫ - কার্তিক ৫, ১৩৬১) ছিলেন বিংশ শতাব্দীর অন্যতম প্রধান আধুনিক বাঙালি কবি, লেখক, প্রাবন্ধিক এবং অধ্যাপক। তাকে বাংলাভাষার "শুদ্ধতম কবি" বলে আখ্যায়িত করা হয়ে থাকে। তিনি বাংলা কাব্যে আধুনিকতার পথিকৃতদের মধ্যে অগ্রগণ্য। মৃত্যুর পর থেকে শুরু করে বিংশ শতাব্দীর শেষ ধাপে তিনি জনপ্রিয়তা পেতে শুরু করেন এবং ১৯৯৯ খ্রিস্টাব্দে যখন তার জন্মশতবার্ষিকী পালিত হচ্ছিল ততদিনে তিনি বাংলা সাহিত্যের জনপ্রিয়তম কবিতে পরিণত হয়েছেন। তিনি প্রধানত কবি হলেও বেশ কিছু প্রবন্ধ-নিবন্ধ রচনা ও প্রকাশ করেছেন। তবে ১৯৫৪ খ্রিস্টাব্দে অকাল মৃত্যুর আগে তিনি নিভৃতে ২১টি উপন্যাস এবং ১০৮টি ছোটগল্প রচনা গ্রন্থ করেছেন যার একটিও তিনি জীবদ্দশায় প্রকাশ করেননি। তাঁর জীবন কেটেছে চরম দারিদ্রের মধ্যে। বিংশ শতাব্দীর শেষার্ধকাল অনপনেয়ভাবে বাংলা কবিতায় তাঁর প্রভাব মুদ্রিত হয়েছে। রবীন্দ্র-পরবর্তীকালে বাংলা ভাষার প্রধান কবি হিসাবে তিনি সর্বসাধারণ্যে স্বীকৃত। তাকে বাংলাভাষার শুদ্ধতম কবি অভিধায় আখ্যায়িত করা হয়েছে।

Jibanananda Das (Bengali: জীবনানন্দ দাশ, /dʒɪbɒnʌnɒndɔː dʌʃ/) (17 February 1899 – 22 October 1954) was a Bengali poet, writer, novelist and essayist. While not particularly recognised initially, today Das is acknowledged as "the premier poet of the post-Tagore era in India". One of his translators, Clinton B. Seely, is among those who consider Jibanananda Das as "Bengal's greatest modern poet" and its "best loved poet" too. Author and literary critic Amit Chaudhuri concurs, describing Das's writing with admiration: "The poems are now part of the Bengali consciousness, on both sides of the border dividing India from what was Pakistan and is now Bangladesh; it's safe to claim that Das is the pre-eminent and best loved Bengali poet after Tagore." For the poets in the latter half of the twentieth century Das "has practically come to take the place of Tagore". Das's oeuvre is eclectic and resists classification under any single heading or school.

Das wrote ceaselessly, but as he was an introvert and the "most alone of [Bengali] poets", he felt "compelled to suppress some of his most important writings or to locate them in a secret life". During his lifetime, only seven volumes of his poems were published. After his death, it was discovered that apart from poems Das wrote several novels and a large number of short stories. His unpublished works are still being published.

Das died on 22 October 1954; eight days after he was hit by a tramcar. The witnesses said that though the tramcar whistled, he did not stop and got struck. Some deem the accident as an attempt at suicide.

Bonolota Sen (195, siganeta Press Edition)

Shravan Bengali poet's lifetime, 1359, in English, 195 in Kolkata siganeta press release from Sen. Bonolota out. Kalebare enhanced version of the previous one published on page 49 of the 30 poems were published.

Satyajit Ray made the cover of this edition and the price was Tk. Dilip Kumar Gupta siganeta version of the publisher.

Jibanananda (/ dʒɪbɒnʌnɒndɔː dʌʃ /) (February 17, 1899 - October X, 1954; BS February 6, 1305 - Kartik 5, 1361) was one of the major twentieth-century modern Bengali poet, writer, essayist and professor. Bangla him "the poet of precision" is called. The leading Bengali poet pathikrtadera modernity. After the death of the last phase of the twentieth century, and he began to be popular in 1999 when he was already on his birth centenary was celebrated kabite has become the most popular Bengali literature. He was mainly a poet who wrote and published several articles. In 1954 alone, 1 death, however, he wrote novels and 108 short stories, one of which has a book he did not disclose lifetime. He spent his life in extreme poverty. Sesardhakala anapaneyabhabe Bengali poetry of the twentieth century, his influence has been printed. Later, the poet Tagore Bengali language as he recognized masses. Bangla precision terms have been called the poet.

Jibanananda Das (Bengali: jibanananda, / dʒɪbɒnʌnɒndɔː dʌʃ /) (17 February 1899 - 22 October 1954) was a Bengali poet, writer, novelist and essayist. While not particularly recognised initially, today Das is acknowledged as "the premier poet of the post-Tagore era in India". One of his translators, Clinton B. Seely, is among those who consider Jibanananda Das as "Bengal's greatest modern poet" and its "best loved poet" too. Author and literary critic Amit Chaudhuri concurs, describing Das's writing with admiration: "The poems are now part of the Bengali consciousness, on both sides of the border dividing India from what was Pakistan and is now Bangladesh; it's safe to claim that Das is the pre-eminent and best loved Bengali poet after Tagore. " For the poets in the latter half of the twentieth century Das "has practically come to take the place of Tagore". Das's oeuvre is eclectic and resists classification under any single heading or school.

Das wrote ceaselessly, but as he was an introvert and the "most alone of [Bengali] poets", he felt "compelled to suppress some of his most important writings or to locate them in a secret life". During his lifetime, only seven volumes of his poems were published. After his death, it was discovered that apart from poems Das wrote several novels and a large number of short stories. His unpublished works are still being published.

Das died on 22 October 1954; eight days after he was hit by a tramcar. The witnesses said that though the tramcar whistled, he did not stop and got struck. Some deem the accident as an attempt at suicide.

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