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World Divine Mother “Durga” : The Wonderful & Famous Ceremony

Dr. Sushil Rudra ( Kalpataru)

Table of Contents: 1. Introduction 2.When is Mahalaya 2022? 3. When is Durgapuja 2022? 4. Puja celebration of previous 2 years off 5. Tribal community and Durgapuja 6. Women’s Clothing or new sarees 7. Brahmins & Low caste society 8. Local puja 9. Conclusion

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Mother Durga Puja (Durga Puja 2022) is the festival of Bengali life. No matter where they stay throughout the year, Bengalis spread all over the world look forward to returning home at this time.

Divine Mother Durga: Puja

Bengali folks spend four days of puja ceremony with chatting, eating and drinking, and pandal hopping. The excitement of shopping before the Puja is very very enjoyable. But finally, the feeling of abandonment is gloomy to us. Although the Bengalis are having fun in this carnival.

Durga puja is a mega celebration again this time. Durga Puja 2022 (UNESCO Award) is going to be more interesting after the recognition from UNESCO. So I am determined to present the details of this carnival (Durga Puja Rituals) to the readers.

When is Mahalaya 2022? Divine Mother Durga

According to the calendar this year Mahalaya (Mahalaya 2022 Dates) falls on 25 September. The Mahalaya day of Durga Puja is very special. This day the auspicious beginning of Devi Paksha ends at the end of Pitra Paksha.

The intention of the patriarch is invoked. Artist draws Mother Durga’s eyes on this day. That is, Devi Paksha starts on September 26.

When is Durga Puja 2022? Divine Mother Durga : puja & festival

Maha Panchami 2022 (Durga Puja Dates) Friday 30th September (Maha Panchami. 2022). Maha Shasthi 2022 falls on October 1, Saturday. On this day there will be a mother’s bodhran, invitation and eye donation.

October 2 Saptami (Maha Saptami 2022). Maha Ashtami 2022 falls on Monday, October 3. October 4 Maha Navami (Maha Navami 2022).

Navami Nishi Poha will sound the melody of sadness. Bijaya Dashami 2022 falls on October 5, Wednesday. That is, the mother’s journey is on Wednesday.

Divine Mother Durga: Puja Celebration: Off 2 years

So, there is no end to the enthusiasm of Bengalis about this festival, whether it is a theme puja or a former puja – city or urban, Gaon Ganj. But in 2020 and 2021, people could not enjoy Puja day in that way because of the coronavirus.

Many pujas have been performed only according to the ritual, without any pomp. As a result, even though the coronagraph is upward this year, people’s emotions and madness about Puja are very high.

We couldn’t actively participate in Puja for two years. As a result, this time the puja committees have come down with their waists tied. Most of the urban puja committees start their Durga Puja Theme (Durga Puja Theme) on Paila Baisakh itself.

Saptami (Maha Saptami), Ashtami (Maha Ashtami), Navami (Maha Nabami), Dashami (Dashami), and Durga Abhaan rituals and rituals are observed with devotion on these four days all over the country.

Nabapatrika Snan, Goddess Asura Badh, Kumari Pujo (Kumari Pujo), Sandhi Pujo (Sandhi Pujo), Navami Bhog (Dur Puja Bhog) and finally Durga Puja Immersion on Dashami, Paul Anupal Durgai should unite Bengalis.

As soon as the lights came on, the expatriates started collecting the beans. Those who couldn’t return home due to corona in the last two years have bought tickets for them, and now they are just waiting to return to the city.

person doing handcraft face mask
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Tribal Community: Divine Mother Durga: puja & festival

Goddess Durga is universal. Goddess Dasabhuja is now being worshipped with fanfare even among tribal communities. Adivasi mantra worshipped the goddess in the village of Kendupukur in Habibpur block of Malda. The people of the tribal community celebrate the four days of Puja.

Kendpukur Bangadighi Tribal Durga Puja is now public. Every family in the village participates in this puja. But this puja has a history.

Once this puja was family oriented. Residents of the village said that this Durga Puja is 150 years old. The Puja was practised by Lob Hansda.

Lob Hansda started worshipping Goddess Durga after receiving a dream. At that time, Lob Hansda lived in Hakrol village of Nachol police station in Bangladesh.

The puja started with Ghat Puja. Later he moved to India after the partition. He started living in Bangadighi village of Kendpukur of Habibpur police station in Malda.

But he did not stop worshipping Goddess Durga. The traditional Durga Puja of Lob Hansda has now become a universal festival. These are the families of the local tribal community

Babulal Hansda, the successor of Lob Hansda, said, this puja of his family is now the puja of the village. In the past, there was Ghat Puja.

Times have changed over the past 20 years clay idols have been built and worshipped. No Brahmin priest is invited to perform the puja. No mantra of Goddess Durga is chanted.

Tribal folks worship divine mother Durga during these four days. They participate and worship Goddess Durga in tribal languages ​​with their mantras. Vegetarian food is served on all four days.

Generally they eat Khichuri on Navami. There is no Tagore building of a tribal fort in Vangadighi village. Under the tin canopy is the altar. Devi Durga is worshipped there.

Everyone rejoices around Puja. From buying new clothes to observing all the rituals of Durga Puja, the residents of this tribal community participate in the festival.

New Saree or women’s Clothes: : Divine Mother Durga: Puja & Festival

Light and affordable. There is a huge demand for oil sareesbachata East Burdwan market. Everyone is enjoying the handwork design on muslin cloth. There is a demand for sarees from Bengal’s perpetual looms. But today’s generation wants a little lighter clothes. That is why the demand for this silk is high.

Traders say that the speciality of Resham silk is the eye-catching handwork design on the muslin cloth. Many sarees weigh around 100 grams. Therefore, although the price is around 3500 taka, the demand for silk is huge this time.

Along with this, the demand for Hakoba cotton sarees is also good. The borderwork of this row is amazing. Tbachatahy this saree is winning the hearts of buyers. Price between 1400 to 2000 rupees. Organza sarees of 1000Dina2500 taka have also caught the market well.

As September falls, the number of buyers in the market increases, making the traders smile. They say that in the last two years there was no market due to Corona. This time the weather is not so good. very hot Meanwhile, the puja market has started.

The ladies are coming. buying clothes Apart from weaving sarees, the market also sells good silk. Resham silk, Matka silk, and Tasar silk are in good demand. Also in Gujarat, along with the party, and patchwork sarees, there is a demand for good work sarees.

Sellers say that efforts are being made to meet the needs of all types of buyers. For that, there are different types of sarees starting from 800 takas to 5 thousand takas. This Puja market is expected to be well-stocked.

Burdwan theme comes from Dhatrigram, Dhaniakhali, Phuliya Kalna, and Bishnupur. Vendors also bring sarees from Kolkata and other states.

The demand for low-cost woven sarees is also good. The demand for handloom sarees iDinanstant. But now a lot of sarees are being produced by machines. The price also remains within bachata of the middle class.

Brahmins & Low Caste society

There was a time when so-called low caste members were barred from entering a Brahmin household. Even if they came home for work, there would be separate arrangements.

To speak the truth, they were in invisible Lakshman Rekha . Within that line there were specific seats only for them.

Food, anointing oil was poured on the palm of the hand very carefully. Lest it be touched. Their participation in the puja work was beyond imagination.

The image of Hindu Brahmins walking on the side of the road to avoid the shadow of the lower caste has been caught again and again in the vast canvas of Bengali literature.

The jungle palace of Burdwan, which is a hundred yojans away from the so-called civilized Bengal, was completely behind in the light of poetic education. Ultimately, it was able to erase that Lakshmanrekha a century ago.

Local Puja :

This civilizations were destroyed four thousand years ago. From today’s poorest tribals living under the mounds of Panduraja to the Muslims of Khottadariapur or the Bademal communities of Devipur, are then mixed together. The inhabitants here are peaceful, averse to strife and mostly secular.

They have received this lesson from nature after thousands of years of life struggle. So they can call the Maulbi and dress the bride with Shankha Sindur at the end of the wedding. There is no choice in food. They buried the body under the ground. They are so innocent that they don’t know if it is a tomb or a grave.

They have received this lesson from nature after thousands of years of life struggle. So they can call the Maulbi and dress the bride with Shankha Sindur at the end of the wedding. There is no choice in food. The body is buried under the ground. They don’t know if it will be called a tomb or a grave.

Characteristically, these original inhabitants extended a hand of friendship to the Chattopadhyay family. Kalachand Chattopadhyay and Kiranchandra Chattopadhyay started divine mother Durga Puja by building a tin canopied mandap after buying the zamindari.

 The priests used to worship mother Durga reading the family pothi ( script) . On the seventh day seven, eight on the eighth and nine on the ninth are offered.

A few days ago, on Dashami, the landlord or family head used to feed all the Kahars by cooking a quintal of rice and sitting on the temple premises. However, even today after playing Sindoor on Dasami, Devi goes to Bhasan holding the Kahars ( palanquin bearers ) on their shoulders.

Conclusion: Divine Mother Durga: puja

Devi went to Devikunda field. Most of the family members go there on the field. The idols of the neighbouring Banedi houses are also gathered. Adivasis, Brahmins, Muslims join together in stick games, dances and merriment.

IPA : Divine Mother Durga: puja

 In front of that image of communal harmony, little by little, the former idol of Ekchala disappeared into Devikunda. Read also: 1.Benefits of Coconut Water. Durga Puja: The Grand Festival

Bāṅālira prāṇēra uṯsaba durgāpūjā (Durga Puja 2022) . Gōṭā bachara yē yēkhānē’i thākuna nā kēna, ē’i samaẏaṭāẏa gharē phiratē Kamara thākēna gōṭā biśbē chaṛiẏē thākā bāṅālirā. Cāradinēra āḍḍā, khā’ōẏā-dā’ōẏā, pyānḍēla hapiṁ, pujōra āgē śapinẏēra uttējanā āra sabaśēṣē bisarjanēra mana khārāpa-bāṅāli majē āchē ē’i kārnibhālē’i. Ē bārē ābāra mēgā sēlibrēśana. I’unēskō thēkē pā’ōẏā sbīkr̥tira parē 2022 sālēra durgāpūjā (UNESCO Award) hatē calēchē āra’ō bēśi ākarṣaṇīẏa. Tā’i ē’i kārnibhālēra khum̐ṭināṭi (Durga Puja Rituals) pāṭhakēra sāmanē tulē dharatē bad’dhaparikara āmarā arthāṯ ni’uja18 bānlā.

2022 Mahālaẏā kabē ? When Is Mahalaya 2022?

Nirghaṇṭa anuyāẏī ē bachara mahālaẏā (Mahalaya 2022 Dates) paṛēchē 25 sēpṭēmbara. Durgāpūjāra mahālaẏāra dinaṭibaccarai spēśyāla ē’i dina thēkē’i pitr̥pakṣēra abasānē dēbīpakṣēra śubha sūcanā haẏa. Pitr̥puruṣēra uddēśya tarpaṇa karā haẏa. Mā durgāra cakṣudāna’ō haẏa ē’i dinē’i. Arthāṯ dēbīpakṣa śuru hacchē 26 sēpṭēmbara thēkē’i.

2022 Durgāpūjā kabē ? When is Durga Puja in 2022?

2022 Sālēra (Durga Puja Dates) śukrabāra 30 sēpṭēmbara mahāpañcamī (Maha Panchami 2022). Mahāṣaṣṭhī (Maha Shasthi 2022) paṛēchē 1 akṭōbara, śanibāra. Ē’i dinē’i habē māẏēra bōdhana, āmantraṇa ēbaṁ cakṣudāna. 2 Akṭōbara saptamī (Maha Saptami 2022). Aṣṭamī (Maha Ashtami 2022) paṛēchē sōmabāra 3 akṭōbara. 4 Akṭōbara mahānabamī (Maha Navami 2022). Nabamī niśi pōhātē’i bējē uṭhabē biṣādēra sura. Bijaẏā daśamī (Bijaya Dashami 2022) paṛēchē 5 akṭōbara, sēdina budhabāra. Arthāṯ māẏēra gamana budhabārē.

Bāṅālira durgāpūjā | Durga Puja Celebration

kōthā’ō thima pujō tō kōthā’ō sābēka pujō – śahTakeharaśaharāñcala, gām̐ gañja ēka kathāẏa ē’i uṯsaba niẏē bāṅālira uṯsāhēra kōna’ō anta nē’i. Tabē 2020 ēbaṁ 2021 sālē karōnāra cōkha rāṅānira jan’ya sēbhābē mānuṣa pujōra dina upabhōga karatē pārēni. Bahu pujō haẏēchē śudhu’i rīti mēnē, kōna’ō jām̐kajamaka chāṛā. Phalē ē bachara karōnā grāpha ūrdhbamukhī thākalē’ō mānuṣēra madhyē pujō niẏē mānuṣēra ābēga, unmādanā anēkaṭā’i bēśi.

Du’bachara pujō haẏēchē nāmamātra. Phalē ē bārē kamara bēm̐dhē nēmē paṛēchē pujō kamiṭiguli. Bahu klābēra khum̐ṭipujō (Durga Puja Theme) haẏē giẏēchē paẏalā baiśākhē’i. Saptamī (Maha Saptami), aṣṭamī (Maha Ashtami), nabamī (Maha Nabami), daśamī (Dashami), durgā ābāhana thēkē bisarjanēra rīti-rē’ōẏāja ē’i cāradina bhaktibharē pālana karā haẏa dēśa juṛē’i.

Nabapatrikā snāna (Nabapatrika Snan), dēbīra asura badha, kumārī pujō (Kumari Pujo), sanninjas (Sandhi Pujo), nabamīra bhōga (Dur Puja Bhog) pariśēṣē daśamītē pratimā nirañjana (Durga Puja Immersion),khichurinupala durgā’i yēna juṛē dēna bāṅālikē. Ālōra bēṇu bājatē’i prabāsīrā bẏāga gōchātē śuru karē diẏēchēna. Gata du-bachara yām̐rā karōnāra kāraṇē bāṛitē phiratē pārēnani, tādēra ṭikiṭa kāṭā sārā, ēkhana śudhu’i śaharē phērāra apēkṣā.

Dēbī durgā sarbajanīna. Ādibāsī sampradāẏēra madhyē’ō ēkhana dhumadhāmēra sāthē pūjita hacchēna dēbī daśabhūjā. Ādibāsī mantrē dēbīra ārādhanāẏa mētē uṭhē māladahēra ādibāsī adhyuṣita habibapura blakēra kēndupukura bhāṅādīghi grāma.Ādibāsīdēra rīti rē’ōẏājē cāradina byāpi calē dēbīra ārādhanā. Pujōra cāradina uṯsabē mētē ōṭhēna ādibāsī sampradāẏēra mānuṣērā.

Kēndapukura bhāṅādighī ādibāsī durgā pujō bartamānē sarbajanīna. Grāmēra pratiṭi paribāra ē’i pujōra āẏōjanē yōgadāna karēna. Tabē ē’i pujōra itihāsa raẏēchē. Ēka samaẏa ē’i pujō chila paribāra kēndrīka. Grāmēra bāsindārā jānāna, 150 bacharēra purōnō ē’i durgā pūjō.Pūjōra pracalana karēchilana laba hām̐sadā. Sbapnādēśa pēẏē’i nāki dēbī durgāra pujō śuru karēchilēna laba hām̐sadā. Takhana bānlādēśēra nācōla thānāra hākarōla grāmē thākatēna laba hām̐sadā.

Ghaṭa pujōra mādhyamē śuru haẏēchila pujō. Parabartīkālē dēśabhāgēra para bhāratē calē āsēna. Basabāsa śuru karēna māladahēra habibapura thānāra kēndapukurēra bhāṅādighī grāma. Kintu dēbī dūrgāra ārādhanā bandha karēna ni tini. Laba hām̐sadāra pracalita durgāpujō bartamānē sārbajanīna dūgōṯsabē pariṇata haẏēchē. Sthānīẏa ādibāsī sampradāẏēra paribāra guli ē’i

laba hām̐sadāra uttarasūri bābulāla hām̐sadā balēna,tām̐ra paribārēra ē’i pujō ēkhana grāmēra pūjō. Bigatadinē ghaṭa pūjō’i hata. Samaẏa badalēchē gata 20bachara dharē māṭira mūrti gaṛē pūjō haẏa. Kōna brāhmaṇa purōhitakē pūjō karāra jan’ya āmantraṇa jānānō haẏa nā.Uccārita haẏa nā dēbī dūrgāra kōna mantra. Niẏama mēnē ṣaṣṭhī, saptamī, aṣṭamī, nabamī ō daśamī haẏa. Ē’i cāradina ādibāsīdēra nijasba mantrē ādibāsī bhāṣātē’i pūjā karā haẏa dēbī dūrgākē. Cāradina’i nirāmiṣa bhōga dē’ōẏā haẏa.

Nabamītē khicuri bhōga karā haẏa. Bhāṅādighī grāmē ādibāsīdēra dūrgāra kōna ṭhākura dālāna nē’i. Ṭinēra chā’unira talāẏa bēdī raẏēchē. Sēkhānē’i pujō haẏa dēbīdurgāra. Pujōkā ghirē ānandē mētē ōṭhē sakalē’i. Natuna pōśāka kēnākāṭā thēkē durgāpujōra samasta rītira ōẏāja mēnē’i uṯsabē śāmila haẏē thākēna ādibāsī sampradāẏēra ē’i grāmēra bāsindārā.

: Hālakā ābāra dāma’ō nāgālēra madhyē. Pūrba bardhamānēra bājārē byāpaka cāhidā dēkhā yācchē rēśama silka śāṛira. Masalina kāpaṛē hātēra kājēra nakaśāẏa majēchēna sakalē’i. Bānlāra cirakālīna tām̐tēra śāṛira cāhidā tō āchē’i. Tabē ājakēra prajanma cā’ichē ēkaṭu hālakā pōśāka. Sē’i jan’ya’i mūlata ē’i rēśama silkēra cāhidā tuṅgē.

Byabasāẏīrā balachēna, rēśama silkēra biśēṣatba hala masalina kāpaṛē hātēra kājēra nakaśā dēkhalē’i cōkhē dharachē. Anēka śāṛira’i ōjana 100 grāmēra āśapāśē. Tā’i sāṛē tina hājāra ṭākāra āśapāśē dāma halē’ō rēśama silkēra cāhidā kintu ēbāra byāpaka.

Ēra saṅgē hākōbā sutira śāṛira cāhidā’ō bhāla’i. Ē’i sārira pāṛēra kāja asādhāraṇa. Sē’i jan’ya’i krētādēra mana jaẏa karachē ē’i śāṛi. Dāma 1400 thēkē 2000 ṭākāra madhyē. Ābāra ēka hājāra thēkē āṛā’i hājāra ṭākāra aragāñjā śāṛi’ō bhāla’i bājāra dharēchē.

Sēpṭēmbara māsa paṛatē’i bājārē krētādēra bhiṛa bāṛāẏa hāsi phuṭēchē byabasāẏīdēra madhyē. Tām̐rā balachēna, gata du’bachara karōnāra kāraṇē bājāra haẏani balalē’i calē. Ēbāra ābahā’ōẏā tēmana bhāla naẏa. Pracaṇḍa garama. Tāra madhyē’i kintu pujōra bājāra śuru haẏē gēchē.

Mahilārā āsachēna. Kāpaṛa kinachēna. Tām̐tēra śāṛira pāśāpāśi bājāra bhāla silkēra. Rēśama silka, maṭakā silka, tasara silkēra bhāla cāhidā raẏēchē. Ēchāṛā’ō gujarātē, pārṭi, pyāca’ōẏārka śāṛira pāśāpāśi ēbāra cāhidā bhāla tasarēra nānā kājēra śāṛira.

Bikrētārā balachēna, saba dharanēra krētāra cāhidā mēṭānōra cēṣṭā cālānō hacchē. Sē’i jan’ya 800 ṭākā thēkē śuru karē pām̐ca hājāra ṭākā paryanta bibhinna dharanēra śāṛi raẏēchē. Ēbāra pujōra bājāra bhāla’i jamabē balē āśā karā hacchē.

Bardhamānē mūlata dhātrīgrāma, dhaniẏākhāli, phuliẏā kālanā, biṣṇupura thēkē tām̐tēra kāpaṛa āsē. Ēchāṛā’ō kalakātā ō an’ya rājya thēkē śāṛi ānēna bikrētārā. Kama dāmēra tām̐tēra śāṛi cāhidā’ō bhāla. Hastacālita tām̐tēra śāṛira cāhidā barābarēra. Tabē ēkhana mēśinē pracura śāṛira uṯpādana hacchē. Dāmaṭā’ō madhyabittēra nāgālēra madhyē’i thāka

Ā’uśagrāma: Ēkaṭā samaẏa brāhmaṇa paribārēra andarē prabēśa niṣid’dha chila tathākathita nicu sampradāẏēra sadasyadēra. Kājēra praẏōjanē tām̐rā bāṛitē ēlē’ō, thākata pr̥thaka byabasthā. Tādēra jan’ya bāhira mahalē’i ṭānā thākata adr̥śya lakṣmaṇa rēkhā. Sē’i rēkhāra andarē thākata śudhumātra tām̐dēra jan’ya’i nirdiṣṭa āsana, bāsana. Khābāra, māthāẏa mākhāra tēla hātēra tālutē ḍhālā hata ati sābadhānē. Pāchē chōm̐ẏā lēgē yāẏa. Pujōra kājē tām̐dēra anśagrahaṇa bhābanāra’ō bā’irē chila. Nicu jātēra chāẏā sparśa thēkē bām̐catē hindu brāhmaṇadēra rāstāra ēkapāśa dharē hām̐ṭāra chabi bārē bārē’i dharā diẏēchē bānlā sāhityēra biśāla biśāla kyānabhāsē.

Sē’i tathākathita sabhya bānlā thēkē śata yōjana dūrē ēkēbārē’i pichiẏē parā pum̐thigata śikṣāra ālō nā paum̐chanō bardhamānēra jaṅgalamahala kintu sē’i lakṣmaṇarēkhā muchatē pērēchila śatabarṣa āgē’i.

Cāra hājāra bachara āgē dhbansa prāpta sabhyatā ājakēra pānḍurājāra ḍhibira nicē basabāsakārī daridratama ādibāsī thēkē śuru karē khōṭṭādariẏāpurēra musalima bā dēbīpurēra bēdēmāla sampradāẏēra bāsindārā takhana raẏēchēna milēmiśē. Ēkhānēra bāsindārā śāntipriẏa, kalahabimukha ēbaṁ bēśirabhāga’i dharma nirapēkṣa. Hājāra hājāra bachara dharē jībana saṅgrāma cāliẏē ēsē prakr̥tira kācha thēkē ē’i śikṣā’i pēẏēchēna tām̐rā. Tā’i tām̐rā’i pārē maulabi ḍēkē biẏēra śēṣē nababadhūkē śām̐khā sindura pariẏē ditē. Khādyē kōna’ō bāchabicāra nē’i. Mr̥tadēha māṭira nicē pum̐tē dēẏa. Tākē samādhi nā kabara balā habē tā tām̐dēra jānā nē’i.

Sbabhābagata baiśiṣṭya anuyāẏī, caṭṭōpādhyāẏa paribārēra dikē bandhutbēra hāta’i bāṛiẏē diẏēchila ēkhānēra ē’i ādi bāsindārā. Kālācām̐da caṭṭōpādhyāẏa ō kiraṇacandra caṭṭōpādhyāẏa jamidāri kēnāra para ṭinēra chā’unira manḍapa tairi karē durgāpujō śuru karēna.Śurura sē dina thēkē’i pujō maṇḍapa sakalēra jan’ya’i unmukta. Ēkhānē pujō haẏa pāribārika pum̐thi paṛē. Saptamītē sāta, aṣṭamītē āṭa ō nabamītē na’rakama bhājā bhōga nibēdana karā haẏa. Kichudina āgē’ō daśamītē kāhāradēra sakalakē ēka ku’inṭāla cālēra bhōga rēm̐dhē mandira cattbarē basiẏē khā’ōẏānō hatō. Tabē daśamīra sim̐dura khēlāra para āja’ō dēbī bhāsānē yāna kāhāradēra kām̐dhē cēpē’i.

Dēbīkunḍēra māṭhē yāna dēbī. Āśapāśēra banēdi bāṛira pratimā’ō jamāẏēta haẏa.

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By kalpataru

I'm Dr. Sushil Rudra, residing in Durgapur City West Bengal, India . Studied in The University of Calcutta and did M.A , Ph.D . Also another M.A from Sridhar University. Taught in College and University ( RTU) . Love to write, traveling, singing Rabindrasangeet and social work. Have some books authored by me. Vivekananda and Rabibdranath both are my favourite subject. I have written more than 150 articles in my wordpress.com blog( kalpataru.home.blog and now I'm writing in my new " http://www.kalpatarurudra.org blog.

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