Corruption In The Fictional Works Of Bhabani Bhattacharya


  • Dr Imran khan Chairman Kohinoor Educational Charitable Trust Danishabad Colony Kheora Rajouri India


Bhabani Bhattacharya, a remarkable name in the history of English Literature, has touched all parts and spheres of the life of Indian people as poverty, corruption, ignorance, superstition, exploitation and their dumb- suffering in his heart- touching novels, ‘He Who Rides A Tiger, Music For Mohini, A Goddess Named Gold, Shadow From Ladakh’ etc. It would not be wrong to say that all his novels are filled with social concern. They deal with Indian social life. He has touched all the parts of India, rural as well as urban. The main mission of his fictional works is to reveal a lot of short- comings and social problems, prevailing in the society and people should realize their faults and should try their level best to remove them from Indian Society. Bhabani Bhattacharya firmly holds that the real goal of novel is to create awareness in society about its imperfections.


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khan, D. . I. (2018). Corruption In The Fictional Works Of Bhabani Bhattacharya. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH , 6(8), 8. Retrieved from