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The Broken Home: Translation of Rabindranath Tagore's Novella 'Nastanirh' in Amazon

Hello dear friends, it is my pleasure to let you know that my first solo book of translation, ‘The Broken Home’, the English translation of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore’s magnum-opus novella ‘Nastanirh’ made its debut in Amazon today, published by FinalDraft Editing & Publishing Services. 227 more words

Literary Musings

The Girl Who Spoke to Me

“The Girl Who Ate Books” by Nilanjana Roy has been my companion on my work commute all this week and I finally finished reading it last night by the simple expedient of refusing to accompany my family on a social outing and choosing to hang out with ‘The Girl’ instead. 1,237 more words

Goa

DeJa Vu

FOR # NAPOWRIMO #

 

You and me have traveled that tattered soil before,

Look how its nameless rocks beckon us.

The streets, like molten lava, the harvest moon… 160 more words

The Wings Of Poesy

Review of Defiant Dreams: by Jean Spraker

Hello friends, it is a pleasure to share a wonderfully written, intensive and thought-provoking review of Defiant Dreams: Tales of Everyday Divas, a collection of stories about woman protagonists that I have the privilege of co-editing with my friend Rhiti Bose. 217 more words

Literary Musings

Let me not to the marriage of true minds

Short Story, first published in my blog in B’Khush, dated January 5, 2015

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She was a new bride, draped in the vermilion light of the day.   2,899 more words

Literary Musings

Peace Reads, Read Elephant Foundation reviews Defiant Dreams

Wonderful news on the International Women’s Day 2016!

Peace Reads, Red Elephant Foundation writes a glowing review for our book ‘Defiant Dreams: Tales of Everyday Divas’, and places the book among stellar works of literature including William Dalrymple’s ‘Return of a King’, the phenomenal ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ and the likes!! 107 more words

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Book Review of 'The Madras Affair' by Sundari Venkatraman

In the novel ‘The Madras Affair’, published by Readomania, the author Sundari Venkatraman transports the readers to a world of romance that blossoms, flourishes, then dwindles and again rises in the denouement, much like the mills and boon series we had been addicted to in our teenage years, only here the romance hovers much to the chagrin, the turmoil and haplessness of the world where the lovers find themselves in. 980 more words

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