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  • Niruddesher Kahini The Story of the Missing One
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  • 08 September 2020
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Download Ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ä Jagadish Chandra Bose Niruddesher Kahini The Story of the Missing One Free download È 4 Department Symbolically headuartered in a rebuilt Calcutta the service was tasked with tracking threatening Bay of Bengal cyclones through shipping reports and then telegraphing that information to vulnerable coastal areas via a comprehensive network of warning stations David Longshore Encyclopaedia of Hurricanes Typhoons and Cyclones New York Facts on File Inc 2008 p 257 583 At this point a number of significant lines of the 1896 version have been left out most significantly the line reported by the Reuters agent to the Times The Capital of our Indian Empire is in danger By the time the story was republished with the new title Calcutta was no longer the capital city4 1896 Englishman5 1896 Daily News6 1896 Pioneer Civil and Military Gazette Statesman7 The 1921 version uses a plural form to refer to the different scientific opinions while citing merely one The 1896 version gives a second scientific opinion which is both humorous and politically loaded thus providing a justification for the plural form It mentions that the Lieutenant Governor had gone for a stroll in Diamond Harbour right before the storm would have struck Calcutta and his fierce reputation managed to uell the force of the storm81896 Herr Stürm F R S On a Vanished Cyclone While the 1896 version contains the title the long extract from the Professor’s paperspeech is not a part of it9The 1896 version ended with a short passage in EnglishSix months after this story the following scientific explanation was published by Scientific American.

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Download Ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ä Jagadish Chandra Bose Niruddesher Kahini The Story of the Missing One Free download È 4 Origins Moreover while the 1896 version uses both English and Bangla with English for scientific explanation mostly and Bangla for the narrative the 1921 version uses only the latter language The 1921 version also excludes a long explanatory passage from a scientific journal at the end of the story as well as a reference to the Empire both in EnglishThe source text for translation of both the 1896 and 1921 versions of the story was taken from Sera Kalpabigyan Best Science Fiction ed Anish Deb Kolkata Ananda Publishers Limited 2007 The 1921 version has been cross checked against the reprinted Abyakto A collection of popular science of Jagadish Chandra Bose articles and other essays by Jagadish Chandra Bose Kolkata Dey’s Publishing 2009 1921 The translation is included in my PhD dissertation Bangla Kalpabigyan Science Fiction in a Transcultural Context University of Oslo 2013 Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay September 2013Endnotes1 1896 Englishman2 Cyclones have been common phenomena in Bengal There were four major cyclones in the Bay of Bengal in the 19th century alone Of these a particularly destructive one had been the great Calcutta cyclone of 1864 in which over 50000 lives were lost The Meteorological Department in Kolkata was established after this cyclone According to the Encyclopaedia of Hurricanes Typhoons and CyclonesAghast at the Great Calcutta Cyclone’s economic and human scope the British East India Company subseuently established the continent’s first weather service the Indian Meteorological. I read an English translation uick and funny

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Download Ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ä Jagadish Chandra Bose Niruddesher Kahini The Story of the Missing One Free download È 4 This story by JC Bose 1858 1937 is regarded as one of the first works of early science fiction in the Bangla language and one of the first science fiction stories in India It was first published in 1896 as Niruddesher Kahini The Story of the Missing One the winning entry in the Kuntalin Story Competition Kuntalin was a popular hair oil at this time The inventor and owner of the oil Hemendramohan Basu instituted a promotional annual fiction competition from 1896 onwards with the precondition that the story would have to feature the hair oil and promote it For details about the competition see Bhattacharya Arupratan Bangalir Bigyanbhabana o Sadhana Kolkata Dey’s Publishing 2006While the oil itself was symbolic of the industry of its creator who was also active in the Swadeshi movement it was Bose who turns this potentially nationalist symbol to an active cultural symbol that could combine scientific endeavour with nationalist concerns Bose was the first winner of the competition that would later include some of the best names of the period including Jagadananda Ray who wrote what is arguably the first science fiction story in Bangla although published much later Bose later reworked the story for his collection Abyakto 1921 with the alternate title Palatak Toofan Runaway CycloneThe later version has been used for this translation and significant changes have been indicated in the footnotes These include the name of the hair oil now Kuntal Keshari and a new backstory about its mysterious and supernatural. Funny and very short story about the amazing power of hair oil Interesting mainly because it is one of the first SF stories written in the Bangla language in 1896Still relevant today for these lines about fake news Now it is certain that scientific knowledge is completely falseAnother daily published the following If science is false then why should the taxpayers be burdened by the totally unreliable Meteorological departmentAn English translation of the 1921 revised version is here