Durbuddhi By Rabindranath Tagore দুর্বুদ্ধি

Durbuddhi By Rabindranath Tagore দুর্বুদ্ধি

“Durbuddhi,” which deciphers to “The Nitwit” in English, is a brief story by Rabindranath Tagore, the famous writerwriter, and Nobel laureate in WritingInitially composed in Bengali, “Durbuddhi” is one of Tagore’s numerous brief stories that investigate topics of guiltlessnessshrewdness, and the complexities of human nature.

The story spins around the central character, a simple-minded man named Durbuddhi, whose need of insights and common information leads him to be effectively controlled by others. In spite of his guiltlessness and great eagerly, Durbuddhi regularly finds himself in circumstances where he gets to be the unwitting pawn of those with more tricky and beguiling thought processes.


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