Born on April 2, 1898, in Hyderabad, Telangana, Harindranath Chattopadhyay was an Indian dramatist, a poet, a musician, an actor and an individual from Vijayawada constituency of the 1st Lok Sabha. Raised in a Bengali Hindu Kulin Brahmin family, he was the son of Barada Sundari Devi, a writer and vocalist and Aghornath Chattopadhyaya, first Indian D.Sc, a researcher scholar and educationist. His ballads Noon and Shaper Shaped got him acknowledgment.
His dad lived in Hyderabad and was Doctorate of Science from Edinburgh University in the UK. There, he administered and established the Hyderabad College, which later turned into the Nizam's College in Hyderabad. His mom was a writer and used to compose verse in Bengali. Harindranath different interests were music, politics, theater and silver screen. He received Padma Bhushan award in 1973.
He wedded Kamaladevi Chattopadhyaya, a pioneer of Women and a Socialist, who made the Indian Cooperative Union and All India Women's Conference. Furthermore, she was the motivation for the firm named All Indian Handicraft's Board, a group which resuscitated Indian handiworks such as Weaving and Pottery destroyed by the Industrial Revolution in the nineteenth century in Britain. Not long after their marriage, Harindranath cruised to England, deserting his better half, who was later to join along with him.
He distributed his sonnets and composed plays in India before he touched base in London and settled in Britain by companions of his celebrated older sister Sarojini. He at first held up in Gower Street and sent his sonnets to Cambridge with a specific end goal to pick up affirmation as an exploration researcher. Harindranath picked up induction into Fitzwilliam Hall and took up inquire about work on 'William Blake and the Sufis.'
Amid his chance as an understudy in Britain, Harindranath got his ballads printed in the Journal of the National Indian Association, the Indian Magazine, and Journal of the Theosophical-impacted Britain and India Association. He compared with Laurence Binyon about distributing further compilations of ballads in London.As the Civil Disobedience development picked up force in India, Harindranath and Kamaladevi chose to come back to India and Harindranath relinquished his degree of Cambridge.
Through Europe, they returned to meet with his senior sibling Virendranath Chattopadhyaya, the revolutionary and furthermore met with Madame Cama.A production entitled Five Plays was created by Fowler Wright in London in 1929. The book printed had praises inside its title page from Rabindranath Tagore, Alice Meynell and George Russell for Harindranath's verse. The playlets adapted from Hindu folklore contrasts Harindranath Chattopadhyaya with a Polish-British author Joseph Conrad by S. Fowler Wright. The play, 'Tukaram' by Harindranath staged in the Little Theater of London in 1928.
He kept up a fruitful vocation as artist, dramatist and on-screen character upon his arrival to India.Their child passed on in 2008 however another survives. Kamaladevi and Harindranath's separation was the first legitimate divorce conceded by the courts of India. Harindranath regularly recounted his ballad Rail Gaadi on All India Radio also known as Akashavani.
sang the melody in the movie Aashirwad. He composed the verses, made the music and sang a couple of tunes, striking among which were TarunArun Se Ranjit Dharani and Surya Ast Ho Gaya. He likewise penned various poems for youngsters in Hindi. His sonnets were acknowledged even by the Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore.
LokSabha decisions Harindranath won from Vijayawada Lok Sabha voting public in Madras as a free applicant, bolstered by the Communist Party of India in 1951. He was the individual from the first Lok Sabha from April 14, 1952 to April 4, 1957. His acting part was in the Hindi motion picture Bawarchi by
in 1972. It was a remake of the Bengali movie Galpa Holeo Satyi coordinated by Tapan Sinha by Gulzar. Chattopadhyaya assumed the part of the strict and controlled patriarch of the house, where his children, grandchildren, Daughter-in-laws resided in a joint family and regarded and complied with his guidelines.
He had cameos in three
motion pictures such as Seemabaddha, the senior individual from the Board of Directors as Sir Baren Roy, Goopi Gyne Bagha Byne, playing the wizard as Barfi and Sonar Kella, the human encyclopedia as Sidhujyatha. He deceased in 1990.