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Jibanananda On The Streets of Dhaka
Bangladesh Daily Star

Jibanananda On The Streets of Dhaka

Every day, countless strange people are seen wandering about on the streets of Dhaka. Just the day before yesterday, a scrawny, dark man was walking along the road beside Jagannath University. He seemed confused. A dirty, shabby panjabi with a ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 2 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Offering of varied landscapes

(From left) Amit Chaudhuri, Sudeep Sen, Anjana basu and Sanjukta Sengupta. Picture by Pabitra Das It started with an Offering. A platter of words measured and structured scientifically in an afterglow of the stir of the soul, that leave you ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Pen portrait of Ray as an artist

One artist through the eyes of another. The first thing about Rong Tulir Satyajit (Ananda Publishers, Rs 750) by Debashish Deb, released on December 20, that catches the eye is the cover - a collage of Ray's works from book covers to film posters. ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Of Tagore, love for Bengali & literature beyond classroom

On the eve of his 80th birthday on Monday, Soumitra Chatterjee speaks to Metro on Sunday about Rabindranath Tagore, his "road sign for life", his ambitious project of doing solo audio recordings of a series of Tagore's writings - short stories from ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Poetry and friendship

It's been a long time since Calcutta witnessed a poet launch the book of another poet friend. Author and poet Amit Chaudhuri, unveiled Sudeep Sen's refracted and slightly splayed Fractals, a collection of 300 new and select earlier poems. Chaudhuri ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 weeks ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

A LITERARY INSPIRATION

Dr Fakrul Alam is a renowned academic, writer, literary critic, editor and translator. He began his schooling at Little Jewels Kindergarten, in 1956 and later attended St Joseph's School where he completed his O'Levels. St. Joseph's was wonderful, ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago
Times of India

Restaurant Review: Dhansiri

On a closer deconstruction of Bengali cuisine recently, I discovered that, unlike many regional cuisines of India, it is actually an amalgamation of several other cuisines under its fold. The distinctiveness actually lies in the fact of imbibing ...
 Times of India1 month ago
DNA India

A poet for all seasons

Joy Goswami's Bengali verses on violence, war and genocide have fetched him many laurels, including the recent one of Poet Laureate at the 2014 Tata Literature Live! festival. Poet and translator Sampurna Chattarji briefly recalls the journey ...
 DNA India2 months ago

Green fields and golden grains

Manisha Saha's landscapes ' with their layers of green, ochre and brown recreating the famed golden fields of Bengal (which belong mostly to the realm of nostalgic imagination now) ' reminded me of the luscious colours of Jibanananda Das's poetry, sans their ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago
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