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He goes to Shikha’s house again as he had promised to go there in the evening. In the end, we notice that Sukhen had lost one arm as had the butterfly at the beginning of the novel. As there is no explanatory note for the term obscene , the interpretation of it may become highly subjective and therefore contentious. He also confirmed that this novel could by no means be harmful for the young. The concept of obscenity usually differs from country to country depending on the standards of morality of contemporary society.

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Reportedly, Prajapati had been published by Ananda Publishers as a hard cover book before the charge of obscenity had been made against it. Subsequently, he got attracted to a girl named Shikha. The conviction was made about using slang words in Prajapati that was unfamiliar with the literature of the time.

He used first person narrative style so that he could portray Sukhen in a lively manner. The novel opens with Sukhen, the protagonist, trying to capture a butterfly. This page was last edited on 16 Aprilat Save Extra with 4 offers.

But he said that he did not know of any such event like Prajapati that had gone on to face conviction for seventeen years. Sukhen was a common human being. His adolescent years were spent in Naihati, a suburb of Kolkata, in West Bengal. In India, the principal statutory provision on the subject of obscene publication is to be found in section of the Indian Penal Code stated above.

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Keshob has several relations with married women and young girls who were members in his own party. Basu draws on his lived experience of Calcutta’s ‘half-rural, half-urban,’ industrial suburbs.

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No one can hand it over to his children or family member. He gets severely injured in a bomb explosion and is admitted in a hospital. It was first published in Bengali Era in the Sharodiyo Desh special page noa well known Bengali monthly magazine, a presentation of the Ananda Publishers. See all free Kindle reading apps. After having chatted with Shikha for some time, he leaves for home. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

This text had received various interpretations. In this novel he found Sukhen no more than ruffian.

What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? Vulgar writing is not necessarily obscene.

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As there is no explanatory note for the term obscenethe interpretation of it may become highly subjective and przjapati contentious.

This page was last edited on 6 Septemberat The High Court went on to uphold the just mentioned verdict. Several meetings were held at University of Calcutta. There could be no reason except earning money as the possible reason behind writing this. Mittir who had been seduced by her kaku uncleMr.

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He goes to Shikha’s house again as he had promised to go there in the evening. Her father is a drunkard and numb to the affairs of the family. There are innumerable instances throughout the history of censorship in literature which has dealt with other politics that back charges of samarseh.

prajapati samaresh basu

He was asked to pay a fine of rupees one thousand. It was a young lawyer named Amal Mitra who first filed a charge of obscenity against the author Samaresh Basu and the publisher Shitangsukumar Dasgupta on 2 February for the novel Prajaproti. Two other episodes that were termed obscene were i one between Sukhen and Manjari and the other ii between Purnendu and the maidservant’s daughter were prajqpati held to be obscene.