Now in the village of Benipur in the two and a half block, his historic historic house and his tomb built by the pen magician Rambraksh Benipuri, the promoter of socialism, will survive. In the light of a letter from former Union Minister and socialist leader Raghubansh Prasad Singh, the state government has announced the construction of a ring dam around his landlord’s house in Benipur village.
The walls of this house witness the hosts of many socialist politicians and writers, including Jayaprakash Narayan, Prabhavati Devi, state poet Ramdhari Singh Dinkar, Shivpujan Sahai, filmmaker Prithviraj Cooper and Surjanarayan Singh. After the construction of the Bagmati embankment, the village of Benipur was deserted. Hundreds of families were displaced. His tombstone near the house and door of Benipuri started floating in the sand of Bagmati. The initiative of the Chief Minister to save and nurture the heritage has started a wave of joy in Muzaffarpur and especially in the village of Benipur. Shanti Ranjan Prasad, chief engineer of Bagmati division, has sent a proposal to build a ring dam around his house in Benipuri on the instructions of the water resources department.
Raghubansh Babu assured security
Raghubansh Prasad Singh took part in the Benipuri Jayanti celebrations on December 23, 2016 in front of the historic house. Dr. Benipuri Chetna Samiti. Mahendra Benipuri and Mahanta Rajiv Ranjan Das demanded to develop the Benipuri memorial and protect the house. Raghubansh Prasad Singh declared his utmost efforts to protect Tih. State Water Resources Minister Sanjay Jha said Raghuvansh Prasad Singh also wrote a letter to his department before taking his last breath demanding protection of Banipuri’s house and tomb. Chief Minister Raghubansh Babu has been instructed to complete such work in his letter as soon as possible after handing over the wreath to the body.
Proposal for bridge and road connection
Every year on 23rd September, on the birth anniversary of Benipuri, socio-political activists and writers crossed the Bagmati river by boat and performed in the village of Benipur. Village roads, schools, most of the houses and electricity poles have also become icy. There are many difficulties in reaching the village and the historical heritage is in danger of extinction. The Water Resources Department has sent a proposal to build a ring dam around the Benipuri house and build a wall and grill on it. It also suggested the construction of a bridge and link road through the Bihar State Bridge Construction Corpor ation to deliver the proposal door-to-door. No final decision has been made on the immediate bridge and connecting road.
This is not the house, the tomb of Benipuri
Once Ramdhari Singh Dinkar looked at the house and told Benipuri that if such a house had been built in the city, it would have been rented enough. Banpuri replied that this house was not my graveyard. On January 2, 1953, he repeated the same thing to Jayaprakash Narayan, when he said that the house was not a palace. The playwright Benipuri reached the village of Shakespeare on May 1, 1951 during his visit to England. Bonpuri was moved to see Shakespeare’s house decorated with museums and memorials on the banks of the Avon River. He wrote – I am also a young playwright. Thus Shakespeare belongs to my tribe – this feeling and feeling continues… can’t we organize something like that in memory of Tulsidas of Rajapur and the explosion of Bismillah?