Kishore Bharati - March 2018

Publisher: Patra Bharati
Category: Culture, Fiction
Language: Bengali
Frequency : Monthly

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In the year 1968 Kishore Bharati started with a vision to be a pioneer magazine for the youths of Bengal. During that period, there were no magazines for the Juvenile and Teenagers. All the top authors like Ashapurna Devi, Premendra Mitra, Bonophool, Narayan Gangopadhyay and renowned artists like Mayukh Chowdhury, Narayan Debnath, Shailya Chakraborty contributed to the magazine from the start. Down the years, all the top ranking and most popular authors from Bengal, like Sunil Gangopadhyay, Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay, Sanjeeb Chattopadhyay, Samares Mazumdar, Suchitra Bhattacharya have been associated with Kishore Bharati. We encourage book reading and writing, and hence we regularly promote story writing competitions. To us quality matters more than the name. A bunch of young generation writers are now coming up.

This issue is an ode to world literature and the legendary authors who have shaped and enriched literature such as Jerome K.Jerome, William Shakespeare, O.Henry, Ruskin Bond and so on. Featuring the works of 10 such stalwarts translated in Bengali by Sisir Chakraborty,Ananya Das,Avik Mukhopadhyay,Souvik Chakraborty,Kamalini Chatterjee,Dhrubojyoti Choudhury,Vivek Kundu,Rakhi Nath Karmakar,Shantipriya Bandopadhyay and Satyaprasad Sengupta. Anish Deb's " Pratighat" is there as well much to reader's delight.Featuring Chora-Kobita (translated from other languages) by Deep Mukhopadhyay,Jolly Nandi Ghosh and Saptarshi Chatterjee. There is a piece on Patra Bharati's Subarnajayanti Sahitya Samabesh held at Kolkata Book Fair.This apart,featuring Nante Fante and other comics including Naam Tar Bhaba by Dineshchandra Chattopadhyay,Banku Daktar, Bogla & Co., Sujog Sandhani and Sportoon, an unpublished comics by the late Chandi Lahiri.Featuring the usual columns and articles of Amader Kotha,Tomra Bolcho, Tomader Daftar, Bigyan and Fundamental. Get your copy today for your fill of world literature!

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