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Lowly, dumb and girl- they both were, as they themselves proclaimed. Whether it was just a smallish proclamation so as to escape any sort of censure being what they were --RashsundariDebi, a upper caste girl who had dared to read and write, and BinodiniDasi, an actress, a concubine; or they really believed being so, is for people to wonder. Being a dumb and dumb lady was equally the apparent reason for the self censorship they put upon themselves and additionally the weapon to guard them against conclusions. Writing an autobiography was a brave undertaking to perform for both of them. For Rashsundari, only the task of reading or writing was a daring act as girls of the time were not assumed to do so and to consider composing an autobiographywas more of some kind of rebellion. Rebellious indeed also was the autobiography written by BinodiniDasi, a high class prostitute actress, whom the public loved to watch online but failed to admire in actual life. Rashsundari's autobiography, even though it tells the apparently benign and insignificant existence of a housewife, is epochal since it's the first autobiography with a Bengali women and most likely the very first full scale autobiography in the Bengali language. Her mundane life has been woven at a design pattern, and thus her autobiography since TanikaSarkar writes, '' is a good illustration of a contemporary female's devotional pursuit. A women's writing is intended to reflect a few gendered evidences like sentimentality and feminine sensibilities which is observable richly in Binodini's narrative but Rashsundari choses to eliminate them. While Binodini does talk about the way she liked to be chained up and how enthusiastic she was about theatre, Rashsundari simply discusses her fears and anxieties, the only need being to be able to see ChaitanyaB...