The beginning of intensive talk
‘That great world lying silent, I love it so much… I want to grasp it with both clean hands.’ The 18th letter of Chhinnapatra is such a deep embrace tone at the beginning. The one who is writing this letter, if you look at the example of his growing up, it can be seen that childhood and adolescence are nurtured in Jorasanko Thakurbari. Chitpur area near Barabazar. Born and brought up in a noble family in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the city. Like Balai, was his soul tied to some original genuine tune? Is that tune constantly pulling him towards a special destiny?— a destiny where man is in close union with nature?
Be special to each other
At the age of twenty-seven, he met the poet and the nature of Bangladesh. He looks so brilliant that words cannot be captured. Both called both that day — ‘He said, this-that! I also said, this-that!’ (Chinnapatra, 22) Then the two are silent in each other — ‘Then both of us are sitting side by side and there is no conversation…..’ (Chinnapatra, 22).