The Bengali language as we find it in the pleasant form, did not come into existence for a very long time. It evolved gradually through about only one thousand years.
It was not much wealthy in the beginning. Gradually talented contributors made it wealthy.
The Mangal Kavyas, the Vaishnabite lyrics etc. made the language richer.
The contribution of Krittibas Ojha (1381-1461) and Kashiram Das (16th century) made the language yet richer. Subsequently Bharatchandra Ray (1712-1760), Ishwarchandra Gupta (1812-1859), made the language still more advanced.
At the advent of modern age Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar (1820-1891), Michael Madhusudan Dutt (1824-1873) and others poured sufficient glamour on the language, then Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay (1838-1894), Nabin Chandra Sen (1847-1909), Biharilal Chattopadhyay (1840-1901) and such others went on contributing literary wealth to the language.
Last of all Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941), the great pioneer and creator of the language could make the language supreme before the world. But unfortunately education is depreciated in our country India, and is on the verge of decay, and people are prone to learn technical education.
To revise the culture and restore its glory, we are trying to re-establish its circulation and we have opened the website to attract the notice of Bengali-knowing people to its glamour. We are hopeful that response must be available from all corners. With great heart-ship we have collected several copies of Bengali literature and collections are still going on. These may be available through computer and our website without any expenditure.
We therefore invite the patronisation and enthusiasm of anyone interested here in.