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As a child, I was afraid to swim in the pond. Because the grandparents of the village used to say, “There is a big pot on the floor of this puskuni. The chain is obstructed with it. When I grew up, I understood the folklore of the people of those villages. There is a huge dargah next to Nanubari in Nabiganj.
I have heard so many folk tales about that high Dargah in my childhood. This dargah of ours has disappeared from such soil, including the grave of a saint. Then one day a crazy father came from somewhere. He started staying at the Dargah, and Zvin used to do sadhana. Whoever had a wish, if he went to his father, it would be fulfilled.
There are innumerable myths, folktales and legends scattered in every village of Bengal.
In English these are called Legends. One of the branches of what we call folk-lore is legends. At the heart of Legends is a man of blood, but he may have some supernatural abilities. My father was fond of knowing these legends of rural Bengal. He used to collect these histories of rural Bengal for several years. Dr. came into my hands from his collection. Ashraf Siddiqui’s “Bengali of Legends”.
The author, however, did not mention the legends of the whole of Bengal in this book. Tangail Kalihati’s son said. Ashraf Siddiqui has turned his attention to the legend of his birthplace Tangail for his book. Reading the book, it is known where the name “Brakshanshasan” came from. It will be known whether the robbers had anything to do with the Kalihati robbery bill at all. Sonavan’s tragic story may touch your heart.
Some of the legends may match any story you have heard / read before. Maybe the name is different, but the main story is exactly the same. For example, I have read the story of a pigeon flying from the battlefield to the palace at “Ratan Raja’s Ghat”, but there was talk of the king of Bikrampur.
Why should these books be read? For a little reversal of time. What else is there to look at the medieval Bengali on the pages of the book. Our country does not have the strength to keep the rural legend alive abroad. If there is no reader, who can suffer. Yet Dr. Thanks to people like Ashraf Siddiqui, who are working to keep the legends alive.