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Tag: Yashodhara Ray Chaudhuri

The Man and The Tree – Yashodhara Ray Chaudhuri

The Antonym instituted the Tagore Award for translated fiction from Bengali in 2021. Here is the story in translation that came seccond in the inaugural season of the Tagore Award for translated fiction -The Man and the Tree written by Yashodhara Ray Chaudhuri and translated by Chirayata Chakraborty.

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Panel Discussion – Life,Art and Literature in the Time of Pandemic

The Antonym Host Ranjita Chattopadhyaya got together with Artist and Curator Carl Heyward from Sanfransisco, Educator and Translator Radina Dimitrova from Mexico City, Poet and Writer Yashodhara Ray Chaudhuri from Kolkata and Ahmed Masoud, Novelist and Playwright from London for an hour long discussion on how one year of Pandemic impacted the Art and Literary world and what did we copes and learnt from it.

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Yashodhara Ray Chaudhuri

Yashodhara Ray Chaudhuri (born 1965) is a poet residing in Kolkata, West Bengal, India, and an established name in Bengali poetry. Publishing her works since 1993, she has several collections of poetry to her credit

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