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Chandramukhi is one of the pivotal characters in the Bengali novel Devdas by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay. Her character was inspired by the Hindu mystical singer Meera , who devoted her life to Lord Krishna ; similarly Chandramukhi devoted her life to Devdas. Chandramukhi is a courtesan who lives in Calcutta also known as Kolkata. She is considered the most beautiful and richest prostitute in the area of Chitpur.
Devdas, disgusted over Chandramukhi's profession insults her and leaves her kotha. Chandramukhi, impressed by Devdas's attitude, later falls in love with him after realizing his steadfast love for Paro. She leaves her profession for Devdas and convinces him to marry her; he, however, has to reluctantly reject her offer as he has devoted his life to Paro. In return, Chandramukhi does not force him to be with her but waits patiently for him.
Subsequently, she also moves to Ashthajhari village, where she lives in a muddy house located at the bank of a river and helps the needy.
After some struggle, she meets with Devdas again, who now accepts her love. In most of the film adaptations of Devdas , the story of Chandramukhi is similar to the novel.
However, in most of the films her humanitarian work in helping the needy is not depicted. Unlike in the novel, a scene in which Chandramukhi and Parvathi meet was added in Bimal Roy 's version when Paro, played by Suchitra Sen riding in a human rickshaw , comes across Chandramukhi, played by Vyjayanthimala , who just stares at Paro without a single word being exchanged between them.