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Affect of Mantra is on both person i. Uski Maa Ne Pucha. Esi prakar jamavant bhi lanka vijay ke abhiyan men sabase bujurg vanarasena the. Shree kali pratyangira ke path se sadhak par avashya hi ma kali ki kripa prapt hoti he ye pathh sabhi prakar ke vighno ka nash karne vala he sabhi prakar ki grah badha grah kalesh ladai, jhagade mar pit court kachahari mukaddame aadi me vijay, samman prapti ucch pad prapti bhi is pathh ko karne se milati he.
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Each mantra has a different sound, meaning and purpose. Karmon ke Vishay mein mera article neechey paste hai:-Three types of Deeds Man, Vachan avam karma se Sadguru Kabir Saheb ke marag par chalne ka sankalp lete hain.
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Prasad ki avagya ke karan Bhagwan Satyanarayan ne rusht hokar uske pati ko naav sahit pani mein duba diya. Now, how did he know about the city so well without ever setting foot in England? I am grateful also to Simonti Sen for allowing me to use, and cite from, her Ph.
These jottings are dedicated to her. There is a certain complicity between recent post-colonial literary criticism, on one hand, and historicism and sociologism, on the other.
How does rhetoric help to de-ontologize a genre? Paul de Man put it all quite well in the course of deconstructing autobiography: We assume that life produces the autobiography as an act produces its consequences, but can we not suggest, with equal justice, that the autobiographical project may itself produce and determine the life and whatever the writer does is in fact governed by the technical demands of self-portraiture and thus determined, in all its aspects, by the re- sources of his medium?
And since the mimesis here assumed to be operative is one mode of figuration among others, does the referent determine the figure, or is it the other way round: is the illusion of reference not a correlation of the structure of the figure, that is to say no longer clearly and simply a referent at all but something more akin to a fiction which then, however, in its own turn, acquires a degree of referential productivity?
But de Man does not feel, like most Western critics, the need to foreground his observation in the spe- cific linguistic-cultural lifeworld of modern Western languages. The latter part of the nineteenth century was the period when modern genres like novel, autobiogra- phy, diary and travelogue were gradually emerging in Bengal.
Travelogue had important pre- cursors in Bengali literature. We have, on the one hand, the powerful pre-mod- ern tradition of pilgrimage-narratives in Sanskrit and Bengali and, on the other, a well-developed tradition of travel-writing in Persian Bengali men of affairs of the eighteenth century were steeped in Persian court culture.
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Neither of these, as it were, derived from a mimetic theory of writing. Both Sanskrit and Indo-Persian had rich, well-developed rhetorical and generic conventions. It is my contention that a certain politics of the self is crucially implicated in bhaskar mukhopadhyaya the process of what I have called becoming travelogue.
The colonization of ex- perience is so glaringly obvious in the colonial Bengali images of the West, the privileged West—England—that it would be preposterous to overlook this in the name of textual determinations. I sigh To cross the vast Atlantic wave For glory, or a nameless grave! And, oh! As a counterpoise to this colonial mindset, we may use the earlier Indo- Persian travel narratives about England.
Becoming travelogue has to do with the intervening politics of experience resulting in a certain colonization of the Bengali self. He was sent to England in and wrote his account in How does one read the politics of this desire, this longing for a patrie, which is not yet a nation? In less than fifty years after their return, a total reversal took place. With the dissemination of Anglophone education, this erstwhile cosmopolitanism—a different cosmopolitanism—and even its memory, were relegated to oblivion.
The erstwhile routes increasingly became one way streets to Europe, a meton- ymy for mobility and cosmopolitanism, Bengaliness becoming synonymous with parochialism.
Their narratives provide historical evidence of how imperi- al power. Far from disinterested contemplation, our visitors were consumed by an intense anxiety to make the most of their time in the me- tropolis.
The Suez Canal opened in , and soon steamships came to dominate passenger traffic, rendering the voyage much shorter and easier. The s and s were also crucial for the formation of Bengali nationalism. Yet, none of them wrote a travelogue. Thus, travel per se was not the cause of the rise of travelogue as a genre in Bengali. What was instrumental in its rise was something else: the development of ver- nacular prose and the four basic genres that help express the modern self: nov- el, biography, autobiography, and diary.
Consequently, the ambiguity and ambivalence inher- ent in the process of constructing this self, expressive of the discontents of colo- nial modernity as such, would find their imprints in the travelogues too. Further, it reworks the spatial divisions which underlie and organize a culture. As for the first aspect—drawing boundaries—our travelogues are, pre- dictably, informed by the hors texte of Orientalism.
The best way to do this is to follow the Ben- gali tourist in his account of the sea voyage commencing from Calcutta or Bom- bay, going across the Arabian Sea, through the Suez Canal to the Mediterranean, leading to Europe. Reading the narrative of this voyage is the best way to dis- cern the location of the colonial tourist. Each of these was assigned a place and a valence in a hierarchy. Later, Buddhism traveled there from India. The next stop-over, Aden, presented itself as an arid stretch of parched desert.
The Aden- ites, a mongrel sub-human race of Arabs and Negroes, were base and degener- ate; civilization could come to Aden only from outside. In ancient times, the torch-bearers of civilization were the Aryan Hindus who somehow relayed it to the present-day Europeans. This narrative of progress was only briefly inter- rupted by the rise of Moslem barbarians. Trailokyanath cites a Moslem histori- an called Ibn El Mojawir to establish the credentials of ancient Hindus who col- onized Aden.
The evidence of this ancient connection still exists, in the form of an underwater tunnel linking India with Aden. But wherever the Englishman has gone, he has brought in his train commerce, peace and prosperity. Aden has recov- ered her ancient commerce which she lost owing to the tyrannous conduct of her former rulers. This is sometimes supplanted by the news of European military victories in Asian fronts. The variety of buildings in the strand had given the place a paradisiacal look.
Hats off to Europe! How they have developed the land of the Muslims! What the Sultan could not have done in a hundred years, the Europeans have easily done it. It was through this temporalization of space—borrowing strategies of primi- tivization from the metropolitan discourse, that they reworked the physical space, producing the textual space of their narratives. A close reading of these travelogues establishes decisively that our tourists had internalized not just histories and geographies written by Europeans which formed part of the school curriculum in British Bengal , but also much of con- temporary Anglo-Saxon writing on travel.
In many cases, descriptions of land- scape, monuments, and people are so similar that the inescapable conclusion is that many of our travelogues were simply citations. He wrote. The specifically literary or textual con- vention of citation has been subjected to rigorous analysis in recent times. Derrida has written: Every sign, linguistic or non-linguistic. This does not imply that the mark is valid outside of a context, but on the contrary that there are only contexts without any center or absolute anchoring [ancrage].
Our Bengali travelogues often cite, verbatim but without quotation marks, passages from Western travelogues. The comments quoted above on Ceylon, Egypt, and Aden are cases in point. Every repetition is a repetition with a difference, every quotation is a quotation out of context. And the dis- ruptive power of parataxis can alert us to the palimpsest character of the process of becoming travelogue, to the possibility of a politics of citation activating oth- er dormant or dreamed-up times and places which the received geography of domination repressed in order to be.
But this Englishness did not exhaust their hybrid location. We will come across examples of such slippage when we read the texts. Which is to say that the discourse of mimic- ry is constructed around an ambivalence; in order to be effective, mimicry must continually produce its slippage, its excess, its difference. But, I have been disap- pointed. Women here are slaves of fashion, men are busy with their work, things go on as usual; with the exception of some occasional furor about politics.
Quite a few of our travelers were important nationalist thinkers R. Dutt, Tagore, Vivekananda and their travelogues are still read as belle-lettres.
Trav- el was formative of their persona since they spent large parts of their lives abroad. Therefore, it is in the fitness of things that we try to contextualize the experience of travel in the larger discourse of Bengali nationalism. In his sem- inal work on Bengali nationalism, Partha Chatterjee demonstrates that the na- tionalist imagination in India was not a mere shadow of European nationalism.
In this, its true and essential domain, the nation is already sovereign, even when the state is in the hands of the colonial power. When they looked at the political in- stitutions, technology, work-culture, etc.
The British public sphere and civil society aroused great admiration. Com- menting on the basic difference between India and England, Trailokyanath, who was in London during the granting of Home Rule to Ireland , wrote, In Eastern countries. It is quite different in Eng- land.
There every individual is part and parcel of sovereign power. The dignified bearing of the people, when the Home Rule discussion was at its height, was surely a treat for the Indians.
Some, like R. Dutt, an astute political economist in the making, analyzed clearly the three-tier class-system of Victorian Britain,43 while others, like Vivekanan- da, tried to critique mass-politics as mass-deception: I have seen your Parliament, your Senate, your vote, majority, ballot.
The powerful men in every society are driving the society the way they like and the rest are just a flock of sheep. Who are these powerful men in In- dia? It is they who lead our society. These were, pre- dictably, degeneration of moral values, poverty of the working class, crime, al- coholism, moral debasement of the lower orders, and so on.
These have a common point of departure: although the English society appears to be intensely individualistic, the aver- age, middle-class English home is a solid institution built on lasting founda- bhaskar mukhopadhyaya tions. Shastri relates: The Hunt couple is very attached to each other. One day, when I was chatting with his family, Mr. Then he turned to Mrs. What about me? How sublime! What a pure heart! Tagore makes quite explicit what was lacking in traditional Bengali domesticity.
He wrote, Bengalis who return home after spending some time in England express dissatisfaction and complain that there is no home [the original in English] in our country. By this they perhaps mean that there is an atmosphere of uninhibited gaiety in English families. There the father, the mother, the brothers, the sisters, the husband and the wife all gather to- gether around the hearth and by singing, talking and laughing create an atmosphere of delightful togetherness.
The usual picture of our homes is unimaginable in this coun- try [England]—in one room, the father-in-law. Those who came back from England often adopted the ways of the Eng- lish sahebiana. The Bengali society was scandalized and dismayed to see some of these men taking their wives for horse rides in outdoor clothes.
Every household object is clean, set in its proper place and decorated.
It is as if order had become manifest to please the human eye. In the middle of the room would be a covered table with a bou- quet of flowers in it, while around it would be chairs nicely arranged [with] everything sparkling clean. But enter a house in our country and you would feel as you had been transported there. The whole place is dominated by a stench that seems to be running free.
There is no or- der anywhere, the household objects are so unclean that they only evoke disgust. Memoirs of members of these fami- lies attest to this. Attitudes toward children can be taken as an index of the wider change in Bengali sociability. With a big head and a solemn but chub- by face, Tom is a nice boy. He left the place.
Ethel thinks of herself as a lady. Prob- ably this is the first time that the resources of Bengali was used to fashion a lan- guage adequate to describe modern, psychological childhood. Finally, the itinerant Bengali ends up in a remote Malabar forest with an untouchable woman and lives happily the sedentary life of a recluse.
The wheel has come full circle. Fame and glory are not worth pursuing, what matters in life is peace, containment, and tranquility. This is a complex text and can be read at many levels. They took delight in deni- grating Hindu practices and in less charitable accounts, thrived on debauchery and alcohol. Many of them lived tragic, sordid lives ending up in penury, disease, and premature death. Their travels were, in essence, chronicles of a futility foretold—Durakankher Brithabhraman.
Krishnakamal was a Francophile and there are structural similarities between these tales and his narrative. But his Bengali protagonist did not come back to Calcutta to be reconciled with and castrated by the Father colonialism. On the contrary, he found a true home conducive to authentic dwelling. After his futile wanderings, the disillusioned protagonist re- turns to a pre-social, Rousseauvian nature: there was no other place in British India for a rebel in Things start- ed changing around with Swadeshi, the first modern mass political move- ment challenging the legitimacy of colonialism.
By identifying consciously with his parricides with whom he has no primordial ties, Gora also affirms his own desire.
No longer a renouncer, he declares his attachment to the woman to whom he was secretly and fatally attracted. The end of the journey, in both cases, is signified by the discovery of new objects of desire. The founding of the nation jatipratistha and its maturity saw to the end of one kind of travel.In these volumes we have not only a gospel to the world at large, but also, to its own children, the Charter of the Hindu faith. We will come across examples of such slippage when we read the texts.
Mind gets completely engaged when we chant mantra and provide us with a positive energy. Adarniya nirnayak samiti, samast sanyojak evom mere yogya pratidvandion ko mera sadarnaman.
One must not take these outpourings as manifestations of a dormant nationalism. Quite simply by being a good Ben- gali wife and doing what a good Bengali wife would do for her husband.
Quite simply by being a good Ben- gali wife and doing what a good Bengali wife would do for her husband.
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