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Sunday, December 26, 2010

story of an unknown indian part-3

b.k neogi as usual gave lot of advices, dos do not s to the new entrant.but the most interesting & thrilling among
those were 'do not venture out of your bungalow after the sun sets,make sure that all your jobs/requirements are complete before dark, always keep your six battery torch(given by garden management) in a very good working condition.in most extreme necessity shout loudly to the chowkidars(security guards), and wait till they come.in morning come out only after the siren is given.' these were enough to make him shaky. though hearing all this, a thin sense of chill started crawling through his spine,but the thrill of possible future adventurous life;over powered the chill feeling. he was posted in a division of that tea garden,it was comparatively remote to the main division. where leopards, karakuls, rouge bison,different types of venomous snakes plays hide and
seek with the tea laborers. but when the sun sets they don't require to hide at all.rather there teethes and claws
forces the day light dominants to became recessive.actually sending them to hide in to their den(houses).now its the regime completely ruled by predators and prays.the leopards,dhols(wild dogs),occasional bengal tigers from chilapata forest etc,roams freely. frequently enough they never minded to violate the first, some times the second line defenses of those day light masters.specially to their cow sheds and to the pet dogs,sheep's,goat.
it was common to found kills in teen figure in every month,some times crossing it also.b.k.neogi also gave him some valuable tips about smell,various types of sounds relating to different types of beasts, in their different moods.
this knowledges was very much essential to detect a beast where it is, and whats his mood or intention.which in turn allow him to be in safe position.these valuable tips saved his life in more than one occasion.one morning
when he was going to his school, suddenly heard a big noise,and saw many people hastily moving towards.............................wait for next post

Sunday, December 19, 2010

story of an unknown indian part-2

before landing to his final destination.there had been a brief  but significant period elapsed at jalpaiguri town.which was in his hey days then, powered by renowned tea industrialists like s.p.ray, b.c.ghosh etc.
at that time those peoples were no meaner than shorter version of great mughals.nevertheless they rendered many goods to the society, along side there industrialist character.among them the top was s.p. ray,who owned the most number of tea gardens,among indians.that included 'mathura tea estate' also,it was the mother concern of all the tea gardens he owned.with all those big fishes playing in her belly jalpaiguri was almost the crowing glory of north bengal then.the young man, who was reaching there, found it enthusiastic,forth coming to get a job.the town did not deceived him. quickly found a job at wimco safety match factory,through a friend.at a remuneration of six annas per day, don't laugh my dear, remember it was 'nineteen hundred and thirty nine'.six anna per day was more than enough for a bachelor young man.he was never been so solvent through out his rest of life.those were his days of glasskit shoes,mohini mills fine dhoti,watching dramas at deepti theater,cinemas with friends in rupmaya etc.he was just happy enough to spend his like that.in one such merry making evening one mr.friend even greater thrilling news to him.he brought an alliance for him. she was daughter of a business man.a fair young beautiful loveble girl in her early teen.the marriage actually held,it was 'nineteen hundred and forty one'.
as the father-in-law was a big businessman, of that time,the invitees were who's who of then jalpaiguri.among them there was a very good friend of brides dad.he was no other than the tea mughal s.p. ray.
he generously gave a special bridal gift to the new couple.
he offered the groom the job of teacher,to the school ran by him at mathura tea estate.he actually made the offer at the bridal podium to make it more dramatic.oh! what a rare bridal gift.
when the couple of weeks honeymoon period was over.he slowly advanced to his new work place.
handed over his joining as teacher, to manager of mathura t.e.,another stalwart birendra ku. neogi.after whose name sonapur b.k. high school was formed.................................................contd. wait for next post.

story of an unknown indian part-2

before landing to his final destination.there had been a brief  but significant period elapsed at jalpaiguri town.which was in his hey days then, powered by renowned tea industrialists like s.p.ray, b.c.ghosh etc.
at that time those peoples were no meaner than shorter version of great mughals.nevertheless they rendered many goods to the society, along side there industrialist character.among them the top was s.p. ray,who owned the most number of tea gardens,among indians.that included 'mathura tea estate' also,it was the mother concern of all the tea gardens he owned.with all those big fishes playing in her belly jalpaiguri was almost the crowing glory of north bengal then.the young man, who was reaching there, found it enthusiastic,forth coming to get a job.the town did not deceived him. quickly found a job at wimco safety match factory,through a friend.at a remuneration of six annas per day, don't laugh my dear, remember it was 'nineteen hundred and thirty nine'.six anna per day was more than enough for a bachelor young man.he was never been so solvent through out his rest of life.those were his days of glasskit shoes,mohini mills fine dhoti,watching dramas at deepti theater,cinemas with friends in rupmaya etc.he was just happy enough to spend his like that.in one such merry making evening one mr.friend even greater thrilling news to him.he brought an alliance for him. she was daughter of a business man.a fair young beautiful loveble girl in her early teen.the marriage actually held,it was 'nineteen hundred and forty one'.
as the father-in-law was a big businessman, of that time,the invitees were who's who of then jalpaiguri.among them there was a very good friend of brides dad.he was no other than the tea mughal s.p. ray.
he generously gave a special bridal gift to the new couple.
he offered the groom the job of teacher,to the school ran by him at mathura tea estate.he actually made the offer at the bridal podium to make it more dramatic.oh! what a rare bridal gift.
when the couple of weeks honeymoon period was over.he slowly advanced to his new work place.
handed over his joining as teacher, to manager of mathura t.e.,another stalwart birendra ku. neogi.after whose name sonapur b.k. high school was formed.................................................contd. wait for next post.

Friday, December 17, 2010

story of an unknown Indian

Billions of Indians thrives in the world.you may know some of them,the mosts are unknown.lets pick one from the unknowns. North Bengal ,situated at the foot hills of great Himalayas in abundance of jungles,tea gardens,hills,rivers streams with full of fishes,elephants,tigers,leopards, deers, hill-mynas,monkeys,jungle fowls,peacocks,pythons,king cobras and many more species .above all its an age old habitat of naive tribes men e.g.koch,rava, mech, Nepalis,madeshias & displaced Bengalis.Called terai or doors. In this bustling theater,an unique character plays silently along side the sweet teen Chilapata jungle,affectionately covering, the myths & mysteries of "Nall Rajahs gad".there might have enough reason to believe that it might be associated with "Indian napoleon" 'Chila ray'the great warrior hero of koch dynasties.
no i didn't forgot the 'silent unique character'.Its the largest Tea Garden in doors region-'Mathura Tea Estate'.
laying its vast green carpet,studded with tall, sleek, beautiful rain trees over hundreds of acres.thousands of easy going, merry making, laborious,naive madeshias work there,along with a hand full of Bengali clerks,supervisors,
managers etc.there was never been any such 'lakshman rekha'existed like European tea gardens,in between madeshias and bengalis. it was full of fellow filling,cordial,worm relations between them,right from its inception
at very early 20th century.
An young man in his early twenties came there via jalpaiguri,from rajbari,faridpur of present day Bangladesh.
In search of his fate in the year 1939.he was actually fleeing form his dads reach, who had made man accord with a rich zamindar,that he would allow his brilliant son to marry the daughter of that zamindar,in return the
shall bore all the expenses to make the young man a doctor,but he shall have live in his in laws(zamindar s)
house for ever.quite naturally the idealistic head strong boy rejected it.he would rather shade his career than going in to accord, consisting such insulting terms & condition.but dads hands were too strong,what he could do to stop it,than fleeing. he actually fled to calcutta,having only Rs5 in his pocket.and to jalpaiguri later.
From there he landed to Mathura tea estate,which he was actually destined for..........................contd.
wait for next post.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Royal Nirupam: Google first post

Royal Nirupam: Google first post: "hi this is nirupam from cooch behar,west bengal.this is my first post to world.i am greatly up bit to find me here.winter has set in to our ..."

Google:- First post

Hii.. this is Nirupam from cooch behar,west bengal.this is my first post to world.i am greatly up bit to find me here.winter has set in to our place,
flowers pumping their petals to sky,horny bulls every where.its a festive mood all together.come n see our place,you shall find it worth to spend.the real jungles around us slowly getting busy hosting picnic parties.i am finding myself irresistible towards the call of the jungles,
also the horny bulls tempting me to think illegals,gods forbid.go merry and happy in this festive mousam.


ADDED ON 17/07/11-------:
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I belong to a heritage town an erstwhile princely state "Cooch Behar" under the foot hills of Himalayas.To be
precise Darjeeling and Bhutan. It can be taken as gateway of Bhutan and North east India.Renowned,and one of the ten most  beautiful women in the world of her times,selected by Vogue magazine; princess may,the maharani of Jaipur 'Gyaetri Devi' was daughter of cooch behar.The Cooch Behar palace is almost a replica
of Buckingham palace. There're many other laurels earned by cooch behar, requires to be mentioned.This area is surrounded by some tourist attractions of note viz. "Jalda para"wild life sanctuary famous for 'one horned rhino' and 'gaur(indian bison) habitat.Buxa tiger reserve(bengal tigers) is within sixty km of cooch behar, this sanctuary besides tigers known for king cobras,black panthers,elephants ruins of a seventeenth century fort, oranges,worlds largest carp 'Mahasher'.Two other ruins of castles found within twenty five kms reach first one 'The Naal Raja Gad" of thirteenth century; lapped affectionately by Chilapata forest,another fifteenth century "Gosani mari Rajpat" the ruins of the capital of King Kamteswar, who reigned during the period of Bengals Nawab Hussein Shah.Sons of the soil bears distinct gene connection Mongolian tribes.There're two more very important anthropological groups besides many others are Bengali migrated from southern part of Bengal as  Indian freedom partition refugees,and Negroid Madeshias from southern Bihar, the present day Jharkhand state,they mainly were brought forcibly by British tea planters as workers for numerous tea gardens situated around Cooch Behar. I was born in one such tea garden.
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 illuminated palace of cooch behar.     

                                                                                                                                           
                                               
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