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About the Author: Mir Mosharraf Hossain

Mir Mosharraf Hossain Bangla: মীর মশাররফ হোসেন was a Bengali language novelist, playwright and essayist in th century Bengal He is principally known for his famous novel Bishad Sindhu He is considered as the first novelist to emerge from the Muslim society of Bengal.



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  1. Neha Neha says:

    I Loved it. Full review coming soon.


  2. Aishwarya Rathor Aishwarya Rathor says:

    I love reading translated books and this has become one of my favourites now.
    The story was originally written in Bengali by Bishad Sindhu. The book is about the the incident of Karbala  on 10th October, AD680, i.e the demise of Hassan and Hussain, the grandson of prophet Mohammad.
    Sometimes it happens that we dont visit some places and we just heard about them but with the help of this book, i could relate to the incident.
    We all know that Muhharam is a sad day but we never knew the real story behind it. This book explains that in detail.
    The characters are well balanced. It might make you emotional but at the same time surprised by the history.
    I am impressed by the way all the events are put out.


  3. Ronita Banerjee Ronita Banerjee says:

    Name- Ocean of Melancholy:The tragedy that was Karbala
    Originally written in Bengali as Bishad Sindhu by Mir Mosharraf Hossain
    Translated by- Alo Shome
    Published by- Niyogi Books
    Pages- 206
    Storyline-
    The original Bishad Sindhu was a retelling of the horrific events that took place in Karbala, Iraq on the 10th of October, AD 680. Till date people all over the world mark it as a day of mourning for the grandsons of Prophet Muhammad, Hassan, who was poisoned and Hussain, who was killed brutally in Karbala. This book translated by Alo Shome explores the events in the manner Mir Mosharraf Hossain narrated them in Bishad Sindhu.
    Review-
    ●Most of the people are aware of the gist that took place in Karbala, but the manner in which this book retells the heart wrenching story is beyond words.
    ●The graphic descriptions, the foreplay of human emotions, desires, foolishness, greed, suffering everything were definitely well balanced.
    ●Bishad Sindhu retells this story with a mixture of romanticism, spiritualism, mysticism, supernaturalism instead of just stating the historical records. I was impressed by the research that Alo Shome did for this book which he included as footnotes where he deemed them necessary and also sometimes omitting some subplots of Bishad Sindhu which is debatable.
    Personal Views-
    I remember reading proses and poetries on Muharram, in bengali as a part of school curriculum. They never elaborated on the events that took place which lead to the tragedy in Karbala. Hence, reading a book which not just states the history but makes the readers feel the story has been a great experience for me.


  4. Sayan Raha Sayan Raha says:

    First of all a must read to know the history of Islam.Secondly , Mir Mosarraf Hossain's magnum opus is Bishad Shindhu, depicting the tale of Martyrdom of Hasan and Husayn in Karbala. He was one of the first Muslim writers to emerge from colonial British India.This book contains much poetic language, and many dramatic sessions. At the time, Bengali novels were rarely written, and a few writers (including Mosarraf Hussain) were trying to establish the concept of novels in Bengali. It was written in Shadhubhasha, a Sanskritised form of Bengali.Though I was surprised by the violence of Muslim history , still a good read.


  5. Hamza Raza Hamza Raza says:

    Factually incorrect.


  6. Riddhiman Riddhiman says:

    An epic narration of the legend of Muharram and the original Jihad, from a Shia perspective. Bishad Sindhu' is one of the masterpieces of Bengali literature. Written by Mir Musharraf Hussain, this tale oscillates between history and myth, thereby weaving a griping and un-putdownable narrative.
    Parts of the tale are confirmed by history, like the death of Imam Hassan by poisoning in the hands of his wife Jayeda, the slaughter of Imam Hussain in Karbala in the hands of Yazid's army of Damascus. Though regarding the reason for this conflict, history can only suggest religio-political reasons namely the struggle for the Caliphate of Islam; the book(based on legend) romanticizes it as the struggle for the possession of a woman, Jaynaab. The Shia and Shunni are divided over the righteousness of the Caliphate of Islam; the Shias upholding the direct descendants of Hazrat Muhammas, i.e Hassan and Hussain, while the Shunnis believing otherwise. Hence, Muharram is an ocassion of mourning for the Shias only. In many Shunni texts, Yajid may not be so much vilified. Thus, the two sects of Islam present an interesting case study of unreliable narration.
    Mir Musharraf Hussain is perhaps the first ever Muslim writer in Bengali. His text is unique, vibrant and cinematic. I could detect traces of modernism and postmodernism in his writing, of the kind John Fowles is revered for. That is indeed surprising for an author, contemporary of Bankimchandra, writing in 'sadhubhasa'. This brilliance of text can only be attributed to Mir himself, since it is unlikely for him to have imbibed this style from anyone at an age when even the terms like modernism and postmodernism were not coined. There lies the genius of this man as an author


  7. Booxoul Booxoul says:

    his would be the first time that I read a book on Islamism. I guess it turned out to be a good choice. Ocean of Melancholy is originally written in Bengali as Bishadh Sindhu by Mir Mosharraf Hossain and translated by Alo Shome.

    The story is a retelling of the unfortunate killings of Prophet Mohammad’s grandson Hassan, who was poisoned by his second wife and, Hussain Who was deceitfully lured to Karbala and was killed. These horrific events took place around AD 680. Today people all over the world mark it a day of Moharram.

    Opening Lines: Mir Mosharraf Hossain was born in 1847 to the zamindar of Padamdi, Mir Muazzam Hossain.

    Page count: 208 pages

    Publisher: Niyogi Books

    Publication Date: August 16th, 2018

    Ocean of Melancholy is narrated in a very lyrical manner. From the word go, you would be hooked to it. Author Alo Shome did very thorough research before putting together the book.

    Every chapter and every word had a very deep impact on me. I could sense a certain mysticism in the retelling. The book shook me on a very deep level, at some places I was in Tears.

    Ocean of Melancholy is a very short read, but I took my time reading it. I wanted to devour it slowly, tasting every morsel.

    Do I recommend it?
    This book will take you on a Spiritualistic ride of love, pain, and sacrifice. A must read.


  8. Bimit Bimit says:

    Mir Mosharraf Hossain, born in 1885 in West Bengal, wrote a brilliant literary piece in Bengali called Bishad Sindhu. The book narrates the cataclysmic story of Hassan and Hussein, grandsons of Prophet Muhammad. Ocean of Melancholy, translated and deciphered by Alo Shome explores the occasions within the way Mir Mosharraf Hossain described them in Bishad Sindhu.
    The story circles around the narrative of how Hassan was poisoned and Hussein mercilessly decapitated in the war of Karbala by Yazid, who was fixated on Hassan's spouse Zainab and the royal seat of Medina. The storyline, with a dramatic essence, assesses human enduring and the eager and materialistic nature of man, describing the foundation of the massacre that took place. The characters are quite adequate in their intrigue and significance. In spite of the fact that there are hoards of them, not one of them appears to be strange and superfluous to the affairs that transpire. Along with the characters and the historical setting, the regions docketed in the book made a difference in building the tale as well. Topics of Justice, Power and Control have been traversed and has given a comprehension of the issues identified with it

    As a whole, Ocean of Melancholy was a commendable read with an appreciative message and moral lessons. Though it is significantly historic, it will appeal to non-history readers as well.


  9. Nivedita Dhar Nivedita Dhar says:

    No one can or should deny about the beautiful stylus of writing about this book. A beautiful Historical Fiction. This is my second Historical Fiction and I really enjoyed this book. As everyone knows the glorification , the honour of this book, its literary success, and the translation has also proved it’s re-beautification by Author and Translator Alo Shome. Language is also good and simple. Translator didn’t take any risk to use modern English for this book. The way Author has described the inhumanity, deception, fray of inter-religious issues are still continuing in recent days as well. You will find so relatable events that has also been happened 100-150 years ago. After facing this Saturation level, Humankind is still rising above it. Everyone should know what is Muharram? Why They cry for Hassan and Hussain on this particular day? We all know They celebrate Muharram in the name of Prophet Mohammad’s grandson Hassan and Hussain. And how Yazid killed them inhumanly and cruelly. I am so glad that i got this opportunity to read and review this Famous book. Thanks a lot Niyogi Books and Trisha Niyogi for sending me this book. I would love to rate this book 4.5 out of 5


  10. OvyReadz OvyReadz says:

    This book tells us about the events that led to the Karbala war and its aftermath in a heartwrenching manner. This book just doesnt give out historic details but makes you feel the event... Its more mythical in nature with supernatural elements.. I have never known the story behind muharram but now I do... and its kind of tragic ☹️
    I liked the writing, especially the footnotes ... however I felt it was dramatic at few instances but then thats how mythology works🙃!!!


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