Bharat-Atma

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Description:

Author: Sipra Sen Dhar
Pages: 55
Year of Publication:2002
Price: HB Rs 100, FB Rs 80
ISBN:
HB 81-7595-986-X (817595986X)
FB 817595-987-8 (8175959878)

About the Author:
Sipra Sen Dhar has a Ph.D. from North Bengal University. She has worked on the poetry of Kamala Das. She is mainly a poet, but writes stories and essays too. Her Bengali poetry collections are Ek Deshe Ek Meye Chhilo, Dairir Pata Theke and Bhalobasha Kare Koy. Her English poetry collections comprise Thirst and In Search of Sarala Bostumi.

Teaser:

Vidura

The lac-house goes on
Burning and burning;
Today’s Pandavas
Get burnt.

No Vidura here.

Contents:
Vidura / 9
Ram Ram Ram Ram / 10
Colla-Chhut / 11
Drama / 12
Water-insect / 13
To Bidali Pishi / 14
On the life-branches / 15
Dawn / 16
Bindings / 17
To Sujata / 18
Difference / 19
Impression / 20
To Rabindranath / 21
Magic / 22
I Really Wonder, Seluceos / 23
Discovery / 24
Give Me Word / 25
Raso Vai Sah / 26
“Uttisthata Jagrata” / 27
The Gentle Poet / 28
The Impertinent / 29
Jatayu / 31
The Teacher / 32
The Story / 33
Mamoni Does Not Know / 34
To Mirabai / 35
The Wind’s Blow / 36
Cradle Them / 37
I Could Drink / 38
Tansen / 39
My Horse / 40
In the Dissection-room / 41
“Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya” / 42
Buddha-phoenix / 43
“Visvarupa-Darshan” / 44
Tell Me Jabala / 45
The Justice / 46
Bakul-Fragrance / 47
“Dicchalika Sararara Rararara” / 48
“Srinnantu Vise” / 50
When Sravana Comes / 51
Great Bharat / 52
“Isavasyamidam Sarvam” / 53
The Golden Deer / 54
The Last Song / 55

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