Abol Tabol: The Nonsense World of Sukumar Ray

Abol Tabol: The Nonsense World of Sukumar Ray

Sukumar Ray Sampurna Chattarji / Sep 16, 2019

Abol Tabol The Nonsense World of Sukumar Ray This selection offers you the best of his world pun riddled fun fiddled poetry from Abol Tabol and Khai Khai stories of schoolboy pranks Pagla Dashu and madcap explorers Heshoram Hushiyarer Diary

  • Title: Abol Tabol: The Nonsense World of Sukumar Ray
  • Author: Sukumar Ray Sampurna Chattarji
  • ISBN: 9780143335887
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This selection offers you the best of his world pun riddled, fun fiddled poetry from Abol Tabol and Khai Khai, stories of schoolboy pranks Pagla Dashu and madcap explorers Heshoram Hushiyarer Diary , and the unforgettable harum scarum classic Haw Jaw Baw Raw Law, presented here for the first time in its entirety All the stories and poems are accompanied by Sukumar RaThis selection offers you the best of his world pun riddled, fun fiddled poetry from Abol Tabol and Khai Khai, stories of schoolboy pranks Pagla Dashu and madcap explorers Heshoram Hushiyarer Diary , and the unforgettable harum scarum classic Haw Jaw Baw Raw Law, presented here for the first time in its entirety All the stories and poems are accompanied by Sukumar Rays inimitable illustrations.

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      • Sukumar Ray Sampurna Chattarji

        Sukumar Ray Bangla was a Bengali humorous poet, story writer and playwright As perhaps the most famous Indian practitioner of literary nonsense, he is often compared to Lewis Carroll.His works such as the collection of poems Aboltabol Bengali , novella HaJaBaRaLa Bengali , short story collection Pagla Dashu Bengali and play Chalachittachanchari Bengali are considered nonsense masterpieces equal in stature to Alice in Wonderland, and are regarded as some of the greatest treasures of Bengali literature More than 80 years after his death, Ray remains one of the most popular of children s writers in both West Bengal and Bangladesh.He was the son of famous Bengali writer Upendrakishore Ray Chowdhury and the father of the renowned film maker Satyajit Ray.


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    1. রোদে রাঙা ইঁটের পাঁজা তার উপরে বসল রাজা— ঠোঙাভরা বাদামভাজা খাচ্ছে কিন্তু গিলছে না৷গায়ে আঁটা গরম জামা পুড়ে পিঠ হচ্ছে ঝামা ; রাজা বলে, "বৃষ্টি নামা— নইলে কিচ্ছু মিলছে না৷"থাকে সারা দুপুর ধ'রে ব' [...]


    2. রামগরুড়ের ছানা হাসতে তাদের মানা, হাসির কথা শুনলে বলে, " হাসব না-না, না-না !"প্যাঁচা কয় প্যাঁচানীখাসা তোর চ্যাঁচানীশুনে শুনে আনমন্নাচে মোর প্রাণমন!মাজা গলা চাঁচা সুরআহ্লাদে ভরপুর!আহা! পড়তে কি য [...]


    3. Did you know that Sukumar Ray wrote with the pen being held by his fingers? Or that he wrote on a paper! I mean, can you believe it? He wrote on blank sheets of paper with pen! That's not all, when he wrote, his fingers moved along with the pen. When he reached the end of his sheet of paper, he would stop there, and then begin writing on another sheet of paper. That's magical. How can anybody do that? But Ray did it, because he was a genius. This guy had a son whose name was Satyajit Ray, and he [...]


    4. an all time classic in bengali litrature. what makes it more interesting is the deep inner thoughts hidden in each verse. it is like old wine. aging has only made it better.


    5. Brilliant! Creates a kind of fantansy which is incomparable in it's richness of emotions and sheer rythm. I can only say there will not be another Sukumar Ray.


    6. Simply fantastic. A delightful read; not for the serious hearted. A special shout out for the translator - great work that isn't lost in translation.


    7. These nonsense verseস no longer seems nonsense at all. The poem 'Khichudi' for instance, highlights the duality of human nature. The opposing tendencies in the fusion of ill matched animals seems to be a metaphor of drastically opposing tendencies in human beings, the combination of which give them a distinct characteristic. Sukumar Ray was a genius.



    8. This is a book for all time and for all generations. I read its original version, in Bengali. This book is clearly irreplaceable. In my childhood I laughed reading the description of the the comical characters and their ludicrous habits. In my adulthood I laugh discovering the the witty humor the poet wanted to portray. I get real good laugh, thoughtful moments going through the wise satire revolving around the day to day characters (the common men, the bureaucrats, the businessman and many othe [...]


    9. Loved it. immediately tranported me to fond childhood memories of having them read to me by Ma and Didu. The translator has done a wonderful albeit difficult act of keeping it true to its roots yet ensuring that it has a universal flavour which transcends boundaries. Yeats had once said the problem with translations is that the poetry is lost. Well, in this case it was not.



    10. Don't let the title fool you, because it is a book of abol tabol (queer) things. Either you are an 8yr old kid, or a 40-yr old dad, you are bound to enjoy it.


    11. এই অদ্বিতীয় বই-এর এই সংস্করণটিই আমি প্রথম পড়ি। এই সংস্করণের বিশেষত্ব হল এর অনবদ্য ইলাসট্রেশন, বড় আকারের ফন্ট, আর রঙিন চেহারা। ছড়াগুলো নিয়ে কি আর নতুন কিছু বলার আছে আদৌ?


    12. The most famous and greatest work of Sukumar Ray.The nonsense rhyme,creative artwork,funny characters all made this book so especial.



    13. I dont think I am worthy of dissecting this author. All I can say is Ive read this book countless times & could read it again


    14. A Classic by Sukumar Ray.I cannot think of any book which have the same charm,which can make you laugh under any circumtances.My all time favourite.


    15. I can remember everything of this book even after 12 years. It is among those thing I remember from childhood.


    16. finest collection of nonsense verses in bengali. I still use some of the verses in everyday conversation "tomra to noteboi poroni", " shabcheye bhalo pauruti ar jholagur"





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