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A spiritualist by nature, Shibprashad would often speak of the road. Shibram inherited his wanderlust from his father. Despite not progressing further with his education, Chakrabarty studied on his own and was knowledgeable in a variety of subjects. He spent most of his life in the second-floor mess room of a bedsit on Muktaram Babu Street in Kolkata. He turned its walls into a hand-written calendar, documenting his time there. He never married and was known as a "free spirit" and was generous to his friends.

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Personal life Edit Chakrabarty was born into the well-known Chanchal Rajbari royal house of Chanchal family, although his ancestral home was in Malda. A spiritualist by nature, Shibprashad would often speak of the road. Shibram inherited his wanderlust from his father. Despite not progressing further with his education, Chakrabarty studied on his own and was knowledgeable in a variety of subjects.

He turned its walls into a hand-written calendar, documenting his time there. He never married and was known as a "free spirit" and was generous to his friends. Work Edit His initial foray into literature was as a poet. His first book of poems was called Manush Man. These were tinged with humour and got him noticed in the public eye.

Subsequently, he started writing stories and novels. He is also noted for his self-deprecating humour. He also created a detective character named Kalke Kashi. Advertisements for his books often bill him as the King of Laughter.

During his year career he authored more than books. In his boyhood days, he once ran away from home. He died in Kolkata in The Merry Adventures of Harshabardhan and Gobardhan. Translated by Arunava Sinha. Quotations Edit "Though that may be not the ultimate goal, but the communists do have an extreme goal, and that is All for one and one for all.

One who is selfishly screaming that all of this earth belongs to me. I will benefit—this happens to be the biggest thing of this world. The other is sacrificing himself by exiling into the forest or on the cross; they said, I have come for all; I have sacrificed myself to all.

Both of them show the incompleteness of the civilisation.

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Personal life[ edit ] Chakrabarty was born into the well-known Chanchal Rajbari royal house of Chanchal family, although his ancestral home was in Malda. A spiritualist by nature, Shibprashad would often speak of the road. Shibram inherited his wanderlust from his father. Despite not progressing further with his education, Chakrabarty studied on his own and was knowledgeable in a variety of subjects. He turned its walls into a hand-written calendar, documenting his time there. He never married and was known as a "free spirit" and was generous to his friends.

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