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Nimai Bhattacharya Death

Literary Nimai Bhattacharya passed away. The veteran journalist and writer breathed his last at his home in Taliganj on Thursday morning. He was 69 years old at the time of his death. Nimaibabu had been suffering from geriatric illness for several years.

Nimai Bhattacharya (born 10 April 1931) is an Indian Bengali writer and journalist.

The late Nimai Bhattacharya. He had been suffering from geriatric disease for several years. He breathed his last at his residence in Tollygunge on Thursday. He was 69 years old at the time of his death. Nimai Bhattacharya started his life with journalism. He came in contact with many people. Besides journalism, he started literary activities. Soon he became popular as a writer.

The Indian publishing house Dej Publishing confirmed his death on Thursday afternoon. Expressing grief over the death of Nimai Bhattacharya, the publishing house said that popular fiction writer Nimai Bhattacharya left his literature for the readers.

Nimai Bhattacharya was born in the village of Sharshuna under the Shalikha police station in the then Magura subdivision (now district) of Jessore district . She became motherless at the age of three. His father’s name was Surendranath Bhattacharya. He passed the secondary examination in 1948. He was then admitted to Ripon College, Calcutta. After passing the high school from there, he passed the graduation examination. Nimai Bhattacharya married Deepti Bhattacharya, the daughter of a prominent businessman from Kalitala in Bogra district of Bangladesh . After partition he settled in East Bengal from East Bengal. He then lived at his house on Shashmal Road in Tollygunge, Kolkata.

Nimai Bhattacharya became a motherless child at the age of three and a half due to the cruel fate of her fate and with great difficulty was admitted to the free school of Calcutta Corporation within her father’s limited income. After studying at Ripon College, Calcutta, he returned to Jessore. In 1941, he was admitted in the fourth class of the Sammilani Institution in Jessore and studied there till the ninth class. Nimai Bhattacharya’s father Surendranath Bhattacharya himself was a student of the Sammilani Institution in Jessore and later worked as a teacher till the moment before he left for Calcutta. Later, after the partition of the country, Nimai Bhattacharya went back to Kalta with his father and was admitted to Ripon School there again. From there he passed matriculation in 1948 and from there he passed IA. And passed BA in 1952.

His popular novel Memsaheb was made into a film in 1982. Uttam Kumar has played the role of Kendriya Bachchu. Aparna Sen also acted as Memsaheb. Later many more of his novels were filmed.

Career 

Nimai started his career as a journalist. He worked as a political-diplomatic-parliamentary journalist of Indian newspapers in Delhi for a long period of 25 years. He has traveled abroad with many Indian prime ministers to cover the news. A novel written by him was first published in the Calcutta weekly ‘Amritbazar’ in 1973 and was widely acclaimed.Subsequently, four of his novels were published in the same journal.

Notable Book 

Nimai has published more than 150 books.  The novel Memsaheb is his most notable work in Bengali literature . A film of the same name was made in 1972 based on Memsaheb’s book . [4] He played a key role Uttam Kumar and Aparna Sen . His time-honored novel ‘Memsaheb’. The film is based on this novel. His other novels also include Piasa, Marriage Registrar, Diplomat, Astadashi, Nachni, Imnakalyan, Bachelor etc. Notable books written by him are:

  • Memsaheb
  • Minibus
  • Drunk
  • Inquilab
  • Bachelor
  • Immunity
  • Defense Colony
  • No entry
  • Clerk
  • Vaya Dalhousie
  • Hawkers Corner
  • Capital Express
  • Invitation
  • Dancer
  • Anglo Indian
  • Darling
  • Madam
  • One up-to-down
  • Twilight
  • Beloved
  • The sky is full of sun stars
  • Mughal Sarai Junction
  • Your Honor
  • Cocktail
  • Request meeting
  • Youth Nikunje
  • The last parani cow
  • Harekrishna Jewelers
  • At the end of the path

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