From the Jacket
This collection of Poems is a protest against the Devil's new devices of the "Star-War" which I being prepared in the laboratories by the prostitutes of science in an era censure of "Civilisation" at the end of his life is forgotten. This collection of poems is an evidence of privations, pains, betrayals and even perils of existence.
"It is likely that the new young may cultivate the will, below the mind, to accept the asceticism of work by which alone we may abolish the need for need by accepting the little that nourishes our body, so that we can nourish our souls-which can wilt under the weight of material gain.
These poems aim to stem the death of love in our midst. It is also possible that people will sense in these poems poet's longing for renewal. All readers may await poet's visions of hope from these poems far beyond the threatened doomsday.
About the Author
Poet, Artist, freedom-fighter and Patriot, Hardindranath Chattopadhyaya is the youngest brother of Sarojini Naidu, the "Nightingale of India" and his eldest brother was Virandra Nath Chattopadhyaya, a famous revolutionary whose main field of activities was abroad. His first collection of Poems "The Feast of Youth" was published when he was 19 years old and it received high appreciations from Shri Aurobindo Ghosh in 'Arya'. When a journalist enquired of Rabindra Nath Tagore; "Sir after you - who?. He replied at once: "My mantle falls on Harindranath". He is a gifted painter and a pioneer in stage craft.
He was a Member of Parliament from 1952 to 1957. In 1972 he was awarded Padma Bhusan. He was the winner of Dr. B. C. Roy National Award for literature and the recipient of Honorary D. Litt. In literature. He is the producer emeritus for All India Radio and Television since 1973. He played many character roles in Hindi, Bengali and English Films. He has written over 2,000 English Sonnets, Lyrics, Essays, One Act Plays, Stories, Novels etc.
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