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Date of Birth April 14, 1906
Date of Death December 02, 1982
Place of Birth Kolkata, India
Country India
Profession Philosopher
Horoscope Aries

Abu Sayeed Ayyub Biography

Abu Sayeed Ayyub is a famous Indian philosopher, teacher, literary critic and writer, who was born on April 14, 1906 in Kolkata, India. According to Astrologers, Abu Sayeed Ayyub's zodiac sign is Aries.

Abu Sayeed Ayyub (Bengali language: আবু সয়ীদ আইয়ুব; 1906–1982) was an Indian philosopher, teacher, literary critic and writer in both Bengali and English. Though born into a traditional, Urdu-speaking, Muslim family in Calcutta (Kolkata), he was so deeply captivated in his early teenage by the poems of the Indian Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore that he taught himself Bengali so as to appreciate Tagore better. Later, when he started to write, it was mostly in his adopted language, Bengali. During the initial part of his writing career, Ayyub wrote on aesthetics, religion and socialism. However, it was his philosophical and scientific analysis of creative literature - in particular the poetry and the drama of Tagore - that finally brought him wide recognition as "one of the most serious and original Tagore scholars". Ayyub is also credited with "co-editing the first anthology of modern Bengali poetry". He taught philosophy at the University of Calcutta, the Visva-Bharati University and the University of Melbourne, and edited the literary and philosophical journal Quest.

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Ayyub was born into a traditional, cultured Muslim family and spent most of his early life in his ancestral home in Central Calcutta. He was the fifth and youngest child of Ameena Khatun and Abul Mukarem Abbad, who served as the personal clerk to the then Viceroy of India, Lord Curzon (George Curzon).

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Ayyub first went to the English-medium St. Anthony's School and then completing the Intermediate Science course at the St. Xavier's College, Kolkata. When 13, he read the Urdu translations of Tagore's Gitanjali in the Urdu literary magazine Kah-Kushan. This moved him to learn Bengali and read the original works of Tagore; over the next few years, he taught himself the language with the help of popular Bengali novels. Two other major influences during his early teenage years were his sister-in-law, who introduced him to Charles Dickens, George Elliott and Charlotte Brontë, and his teacher of Urdu and Persian at St. Anthony's, who encouraged him to read the classical Urdu and Persian poetry of Ghalib, Mir Taqi Mir, Khwaja Mir Dard, Omar Khayyam and Hafez.

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He joined Presidency College, Calcutta (now Presidency University, Kolkata) for his B.Sc. degree with Physics as the honours (major) subject. Though he was already planning to study Philosophy in future, he continued on to his M.Sc., mainly to satisfy his fascination with Einstein's General Relativity theory. He was fortunate to get an opportunity to study Arthur Eddington’s “Mathematical Theory of Relativity” with the famous mathematician, Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis. However, ill health prevented Ayyub from finishing his M.Sc. course and he went on to complete his M.A. in Philosophy. While studying for his M.A., Ayyub accepted a research scholarship and worked on the “Content of Error in Perception and Thought”. His research supervisor, the famous Indian philosopher (and later the second President of independent India), Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, did not however appreciate his ‘logic chopping and hair splitting analysis’! Ayyub soon discovered the impracticality of carrying out research on modern Western Philosophy in India of the 1930s, due to a lack of access to modern journals as well as the paucity of like-minded thinkers. These circumstances eventually nudged him towards his second love: literature.

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Ayyub announced his arrival into the literary world of Bengal with four essays on the interplay of philosophy, physics, aesthetics and literature that were published between 1934 and 1936 in the premier Bengali literary journal of the time, Porichoy, edited by Sudhindranath Dutta. His early training in science not only influenced his analytical style of writing but had left him with a lifelong interest in the latest scientific developments. In 1940, Ayyub co-edited (with Hirendranath Mukherjee) the first definitive anthology of modern Bengali poetry (Adhunik Bangla Kabita) with a comprehensive introduction, an abridged version of which was also translated into English. Much later (in 1957), he produced a similar anthology of modern Bengali romantic poetry (Pa(n)chish Bochhor-er Prem-er Kabita).

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