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He spent most of his adult life in Calcutta , where he died on 20 December , aged only fifty-two. At the age of five, Kamadaranjan was adopted by Harikishore, a family-relative who was a zamindar in Mymensingh.
Harikishore renamed his adopted son as Upendrakishore, and added the honorific 'Raychaudhuri' as a surname. Upendra took to drawing while in school.
He published his first literary work in the magazine Sakha in He became a topmost expert for interpreting old land deeds written in Persian and in helping the landowners to get the best deal from the newly introduced British legal system in India. He became affluent, and in due course his family was able to afford two elephants.
When the reproduction using woodcut line blocks of his illustrations for one of his books, Chheleder Ramayan, were very poor, he imported books, chemicals and equipment from Britain to learn the technology of blockmaking.
After mastering this, in he successfully set up a business of making blocks. He experimented with the process of advanced blockmaking, and several of his technical articles about blockmaking were published in the Penrose Annual Volumes published from Britain. His residence and business was located at 22, Sukeas Street now the premises has been renamed 30B, Mahendra Srimany Street from to In he founded what was then probably the finest printing press in South Asia, U.
Ray and Sons at Garpar Road. It was with the intention of running this business that his son Sukumar Ray spent a few years at the University of Manchester 's printing technology department. The British handbook of printing technology, the Penrose Annual, Volume X, —05, mentioned about him in an editorial note that, "Mr.
Ray is evidently possessed of a mathematical quality of mind and he has reasoned out for himself the problems of half-tone work in a remarkably successful manner His printing developments enable the operator to do uniform work with the fullest graduation and detail in it and with the minimum amount of manipulative skill in the negative-making and etching. He did most of the illustrations of his books himself.
It makes tiny birds and insects triumph over powerful and mighty Kings. And then, we have humor and satire that appeal equally to the child and the sensitive adult. Before Upendrakishore, children's literature in Bangla was replete with tales of Kings, Queens, ghosts and the supernatural.
With him, came the animals, birds, insects, other elements of nature and protagonists from marginalized sections of the human society 'Jola,', 'Ukune Buri,'. Here humans and animals interact in a social space and exchange emotions. This is a truth we have now almost forgotten.
And hence , the relevance of 'Tuntunir Boi,' in this day and age In this app Srikanto Acharya reads five stories from 'Tuntunir Golpo,' adapting the story-telling style of the Kathak who emotes all characters through one voice. Although known primarily as a singer, Srikanto has always nurtured a parallel passion as a voice actor and this production ushers in the beginning of many such in days to come.
The story telling is accompanied by some illustrations in the style of Upendrakishore by artiste Mayukh Chatterjee.