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Tag: Moulinath Goswami

Train and other poems – Farid Kabir

Translated from the Bengali by Moulinath Goswami   Train The train dropped us mid-wayat an unknown station Is it The Destination, where people want to travel?Or is it, where they get down?Does destination seek its own kind of a...

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Poems by Mohammad Nurul Huda

Mohammad Nurul Huda (b. 30 September 1949) is one of the leading Bangladeshi poets. A versatile writer, he is also widely known as an essayist, literary critic, academic, translator, folklorist and IPR-specialist for copyright and traditional cultural expressions. Currently he is the Director General of Bangla Academy, a national institute of arts and letters.

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Refugee – Achintya Kumar Sengupta

Achintya Kumar Sengupta (born 19 September 1903 – 29 January 1976) was an Indian Bengali-language writer. He started writing under a pen name, ‘Niharika Debi’. He contributed to almost all genres of Bengali literature, but is best remembered for his novels and short stories. In all, he wrote more than 100 books. Sengupta was closely associated with the famous magazine Kallol, and was its editor for some time.

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