Shakti Chattopadhyay is a prominent name in the world of Bengali literature during the decade of sixties’ and seventies’. He was one of the pioneers of the Hungry movement in the literary genre in that era. He was born in November, 1933 in South 24 Parganas in the then British India. He mostly exhibited his literary skills for brainstorming outstanding poetries. He was a strong proponent of saving nature and this attitude has been reflected in many of his writings. His masterpiece books are namely, ‘Lord Is Lost’, ‘A Prem Hey Naishabdya’, ‘Burning Handkerchief’, ‘This is Marmar Murti’, ‘Paint a Picture and Tear It’ and many others. His best work is probably ‘Abani Bari Acho’, which was edited by eminent author Buddhadev Bose. He used to blend his nature loving personality with his affectionate mindset in his poetries. Chattopadhyay has been accolade with prestigious ‘Sahitya Akademi Award’ and ‘Suresh Chandra Smriti Award’. He had been associated to the ‘Anandabazar Patrika’ and had worked in Visva-Bharati University as guest lecturer. This legendary personality of Bengali poetry had passed away in March 1995 at Santiniketan.