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Nil Darpan is a Bengali play written by Dinabandhu Mitra in – The play was . That is why it became very urgent to find out the list of people who had the books after its printing. The issue of finding out the list was the concern for the. myavr.info - Buy Nil Darpan book online at best prices in India on myavr.info Read Nil Darpan book reviews & author details and more at myavr.info Nil darpan: or, The indigo planting mirror - Kindle edition by Dinabandhu Mitra. Download it Want to know our Editors' picks for the best books of the month?.


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Nil Darpan: The indigo planting mirror - a drama [Dinabandhu Mitra Mitra] on myavr.info *FREE* shipping on You must read this book." ―Susan Cain, New. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Nil Darpan; or, The Indigo Planting Mirror, A Drama. by Dinabandhu Mitra. Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay's comment regarding 'Nil Darpan', in the second volume of his celebrated book, “Shei Shomoy” (Those.

Unlike the Sepoy Revolt , the Indigo Revolt was effectively a revolt integrating the whole population of Bengalis with no distance kept between the several classes of society, which can be attributed to the effort by Mitra, Rev. James Long , and Michael Madhusudan Dutt.

Indian literature has a long-standing tradition of drama writing. For almost a millennium the only form of literature other than odes was drama. The distinction of Sanskrit drama by luminaries like Kalidasa was strong enough to keep audiences absorbed for centuries. But a dawn was coming by the mids in Bengal where the Bengal Renaissance saw the rise in western education and ideas, and therefore the styles of new forms of literature were seeping in.

The characters in the drama are the villagers and the indigo planters who have the money and the law in their hand. It was also important in development of the chalit bhasa , or colloquial dialect, which is free of the Sanskrit -influenced sadhu bhasa. The proceedings of the trial of Reverend Mr.

Nil darpan, or, The Indigo Planting Mirror: A Drama

It included all the relevant documents and comments of the Indian and British newspapers. It was published in by Messrs A. Andini and Co.

Kumud Bihari Bose compiled it under the title: This conflict gave rise to the rift and division between the different classes of the society and between the different sections of the government as well. James Long believed that the British mercantile community and even the government unjustly and oppressively treated the indigo cultivators. His view concurred that of with Dinabandhu Mitra, who expressed his sentiments in a play entitled Nil Darpan the original Bengali play was written by him and published anonymously in Dhaka in Mitra sent Long a copy of the play as early as Long brought it to the notice of W.

Grant expressed a wish to see a translation of it and to print a few copies to be circulated privately among friends. After the discussion, Seton-Karr asked Long to arrange for a translation of the play in English.

Michael Madhusudan Dutta translated it under the supervision of Long. Long, as the editor, cut out some coarse passages and wrote a short prefatory note for the play.

When the translation was complete, Seton-Karr ordered the printing of five hundred copies in lieu of Grant's wish of a few copies. Then Long sent the translated manuscripts to Clement Henry Manuel, the proprietor of the Calcutta Printing and Publishing Press, to print five hundred copies, and the cost came to around Rs.

It was published in April or May Unknown to the Lieutenant Governor, Long began sending out the copies in official government envelopes that had the heading: It naturally offended the establishment so much that the Anglo-Indian press started raising propaganda against the publisher and the translator. One of the leading newspapers named The Englishman and some indigo planters instituted a libel suit against Long and the printer C.

The words mentioned in Long's introduction to the play stated that what was presented in it was "plain but true". This was subsequently used by the planters in their prosecution of Long for publishing defamatory statements. Counsel acting on Long's advice named Long as the one responsible, as Long had given Manuel a copy of the play for publication.

The planters filed for only nominal damages, even as they had decided to prosecute Long for libel in a criminal suit.

Friday, 19 July was fixed as the first date for the trial and it lasted from then to 24 July at the Calcutta Supreme Court. It was regarded as the first "state trial of India under the Empire". Peterson and Mr. Cowie were prosecuted.

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Sort order. Md Firoz rated it it was ok Apr 05, Farhan Daud rated it it was ok Nov 25, Debjani rated it it was ok Oct 14, Amain Babu rated it it was ok Feb 24, Salma Shama rated it it was ok Jan 30, Bomwetsch, dated For a long period, thugge and torture prevailed in India without the English knowing anything of them. Che'r Cycle. A government survey shows that during the span, an average of 10, mounds of indigo were grown across the Bengal and the earnings from the indigo harvest never supported the farmers to pay dadon money, let alone buy essentials.

Long, as the editor, cut out some coarse passages and wrote a short prefatory note for the play.

Nil darpan; or The indigo planting mirror.

Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Before publishing this English version of the Nil Darpan, he collected folk songs set to tune and sung throughout Bengal, depicting the plight of the peasants engaged in Indigo plantation. The fictitious characters named Mr. I have seen several ryots sent to me as a magistrate, who have been speared through the body.

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