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9 Poems from - Scraps and Fragments (ছিন্ন-বিচ্ছিন্ন) Shakti Chattopadhyay translated by Nandini Gupta Shakti Chattopadhyay | Poem | May 2023 9 poems, translated from
Chhinno-bichchhinno('Scraps and Fragments', ছিন্ন-বিচ্ছিন্ন)
Even the two Bengals broke away - Shakti Chattopadhyay translated by Nandini Gupta Shakti Chattopadhyay | Poem | May 2022
Hurt - Shakti Chatopadhyay translated by Nandini Gupta Shakti Chattopadhyay | Poem | May 2022
A day eight years ago - Jibanananda Das translated by Nandini Gupta Jibanananda Das | Poem | April 2022
Twenty-five years later (A story of the fields) - Jibanananda Das translated by Nandini Gupta Jibanananda Das | Poem | April 2022 'Twenty-five years later (A story of the fields)' and 'A day eight years ago', translated respectively from the original Bengali poems পঁচিশ বছর পরে (মাঠের গল্প)
and আট বছর আগের একদিন
Rupnarayan - Narayan Gangopadhyay translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra English | Story | March 2022 Meanwhile, Sunetra wondered why he shrank back instead of pulling her into his arms. Why hadn’t he embraced her hard and said, ‘now that we are facing our deaths, know this Sunetra, I’ll never let you go. I’ll hold on to you with all my strength.’?
But neither could utter a single word. The oars pulled the boat steadily towards the shore.
O Fire Forever Revered - Shakti Chattopadhyay translated by Nandini Gupta Shakti Chattopadhyay | Poem | February 2022
The Suitcase Switch - Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay translated by Shoili Pal Translation | Story | September 2017 A few miles later the bus stopped at Balurghat town. A girl got on here, and so did several men. The bus was crowded to start with, where would the extra passengers sit? Left with no choice, many of the new travellers ...
Abani, are you home? - (অবনী, বাড়ি আছো?) Shakti Chattopadhyay translated by Sutapa Chaudhuri Shakti Chattopadhyay | Poem | June 2017 The neighbourhood sleeps, doors closed tight /
Only I hear the frequent knocking at night ...
Fate - (নিয়তি) Shakti Chattopadhyay translated by Sutapa Chaudhuri Shakti Chattopadhyay | Poem | April 2017 There’s a strange smell in the garden, come let us both go back.
Break the fetters that bind your hands, let the bees drop on your skin trembling.
A Wild Flower - Selina Hossain translated by Haimanti Dorai Translation | Story | February 2017 There would remain quite a few more buses and trucks, of course. Then she need not feel afraid of anyone. She wanted to relax by leaning on the nearby tree-trunk but was concerned that she would...
We will meet again - Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay translated by Gouri Datta Translation | Story | December 2016 During that happy childhood a sorrowful event happened. My youngest uncle, Chhoto-kaka, lay on his deathbed. Our Kakima, his wife, had just become a part of our family about one and a half years ago.
A beautiful daughter ...
'Shasti': An Essay and Translation - Rabindranath Tagore translated by Carolyn B. Brown Rabindranath Tagore | Story | May 2016 When Dukhiram Rui and Chhidam Rui picked up their choppers in the morning and headed out together to work as hired hands, the brothers’ wives were already at it, squabbling with each other. ..
Verbal Jugglery - Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay translated by Ranjan Mukherjee | Story | May 2016 Jogenbabu was new to this region, well, not really new. He was originally from these parts but in between had spent thirty years in Bihar. Recently, he returned to settle permanently....
Dreamworld - Ramanath Ray translated by Palash Baran Pal | Story | January 2016 Mother moved Daughter's hand away. She looked sharply at her daughter
for a moment, and then looked away. She did not finish what she had
started saying. She remained quiet.
Fake Calcutta - Ramanath Ray translated by Palash Baran Pal | Story | January 2016 I cross the street. Just at this time, a bomb explodes. The entire street starts shaking. Everyone starts running. The entire area becomes deserted. The stores pull down their shutters. I run and enter the...
Chats - Pracheta Gupta translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra Translation | Story | November 2015 He turned up the volume of his headphone. He must find something for Utsa. Not anything boring, but some exciting love chats. Could he really find something like that?...
The Pink Shirt - Pracheta Gupta translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra Translation | Story | November 2015 Shantanu was even more surprised. Was he hearing her right? This girl actually saw a movie last night? And laughed so hard that her tummy was still sore! No, there was no hope for this girl! ...
The Witch (ডাইন) - Abhijit Sen translated by Sutapa Chaudhuri Translation | Story | October 2015 He had
placed three betel nuts on the three points in his chequered squares. That gave
rise to a triangular geometric design! With great care Nayan had put the betel
When Bholu Became King - Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra Translation | Novel : ধারাবাহিক | July 2015 'When Bholu Became King', translation of Sirshenu Mukhopadhyay's children novel
Bholu Jokhon Raja Holo by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra.
Moni Doctor - Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay translated by Saurav Bhattacharya Translation | Story | February 2015 A man of our village had helped me get that job; I used to write accounts, the masters were happy with my handwriting. I was there for more than eight or nine months; in that time I had visited all that could be seen in Calcutta - zoo, museum, movies,
The surrogate wife (বদলি জোয়ানের বিবি) - Abhijit Sen translated by Sutapa Chaudhuri | Story | November 2014 ‘Where’s
my own home? Where is that man? He had married me, had even set up a household
for three years with me and then simply fled!’
The Dancer - Anjan Bandyopadhyay translated by Paulami Sengupta Translation | Story | July 2014 The coldness in the air was gone. After a long time, it had been stuffy and humid and sweaty. Suddenly in the evening, the sky darkened and the hailstorm arrived.
Manoranjan’s shack was next to...
The holiday trip - Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra Translation | Story | June 2014 He knew that he could not afford to
paan box. Anybody could filch it from his table. So he returned
to his office again. The In-charge babu was still working with great
concentration. Nobody else was around. Obviously he was...
Ignored - Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra Translation | Story | June 2014 I was
going through my papers in the morning, when a young girl showed up in our
house. She was about thirteen or fourteen years old, wearing a ...
The Forest Goddess and Five Pigeons - Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra | Novel : ধারাবাহিক | January 2014 Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay's Bengali science fiction
Bonodebi o Pnachti Payra, translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra into English as 'The Forest Goddess and Five Pigeons'.
Shuorani’s Wish (সুয়োরানীর সাধ) - Rabindranath Tagore translated by Sutapa Chaudhuri Rabindranath Tagore | Story | August 2013 It was as if the end was near for Shuorani. Life felt unbearably suffocating, nothing appealed to her anymore. All zest for living lost, Shuorani lay, as if, in her last gasp.
The deceiver - Abhijit Sen translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra Translation | Story | August 2013 If I drop the fruit in milk, it will absorb the
milk. If I add water to the milk, it will still soak up all the milk and only
water will be left behind. Honest to God, Sir, there is nothing fake in it,...
Diagram of a man - Abhijit Sen translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra Translation | Story | August 2013 The papers showed almost three lakh rupees in
savings. Neatly itemized. Renu would have no problem
cashing it. To distract her I said, ...
A Coveted Life - Mimi Radhakrishnan translated by Paulami Sengupta Translation | Story | April 2013 Swapna gently gets off the bed and goes to the kitchen. She had switched on the hot plate to heat water: some for tea and the rest for the hot-water bag. The machine gave out this blaring signal as its job was done. Every time she hears...
Only Ten Rupees - Bonophul translated by Nita Das Translation | Story | March 2013 He had borrowed money from Bidhucharan in order to bet on a race. Needless to say, he lost. He could not divulge this to his wife guilelessly. He had thought he would somehow manage...
The Coldroom - Abhijit Sen translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra Translation | Story | March 2013 The lady was dangerously beautiful. An incomparably expensive Sambalpuri sari covered her with timeless beauty. But there was a shadow of sadness on her face. It seemed odd. Perhaps it was nothing. Perhaps just part of her beauty. But it made Nishith curious to ask her something. Yet he hesitated, the question may sound a little forward. So ultimately he spoke out, “Madam must be getting...
Inflammable - Joy Goswami translated by Bhismadev Chakrabarti Translation | Poem | December 2012
Imperfect - Tilottama Majumdar translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra Translation | Story | July 2012 She had agreed eagerly. Of course she would not tell anybody. This was her own very special secret. She did not want to share it with anyone. Besides, there was no friend close enough to share all her joys and sorrows. No, none. She knew...
Salty - Tilottama Majumdar translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra Translation | Story | July 2012 In the evening their dad would come home. Mom always made him hot tea, and served some snacks for all. Light conversation would be tossed around—bring a little flour tomorrow…we are almost out of crackers…
Swapan Is Dead, Long Live Swapan - Udayan Ghosh translated by Arunava Sinha Translation | Story | July 2012 Of course, the body had already been handed over to the legal heirs, subject to certain conditions.
Condition 1: Only the ‘close family’ would be involved...
God - Bonophul translated by Nita Das Translation | Story | June 2012 Soon after, the tigers arrived in the courts of God and put forth their grievances – “We are being harassed by men; we are forced deeper and deeper into the woods. But there is no respite from the hunters. We urge You to ...
The one and only - Bonophul translated by Nita Das Translation | Story | June 2012 In the fifth year of our marriage, Prabhavati was pregnant as usual. Although the event was routine, it was not easy this time. Because, this time, she died. As was customary, she had gone to her father’s place in Shantipur for...
Alone - Sankha Ghosh translated by Nandini Gupta Translation | Poem | October 2011
Just this one - Sankha Ghosh translated by Bhismadev Chakrabarti Translation | Poem | October 2011 1 2 (1 to 40 of total 46)
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