Content & Contributors – March 2014

  • Content

Little magazine of the month

Apar 2009-2010

Poetry

Nandini Dhar – আঁকার ক্লাস

Moritz Weber – 3 Poems

Madhushree Basu – আগা শাহিদ আলীর `The Country Without a Post Office’ থেকে ৬টি কবিতার অনুবাদ

Ravi Kunjwal – Turn That Frown Upside Down

Non-fiction

Neeraja Sahasrabuddhe – Through the Lens of Cinema : Understanding the Politics of space in India

Aditi Bheda – Let the Wound Bleed

Ranjith Hegde – Art of Chess – Part 2

Debotosh Das – বং সংস্কৃতির রং

Soumadeep Sen – B. R. Panesar – Passing into Oblivion

Sarmishta Mani – An Ancient Custom Reveals its Purpose

Fiction

Saptak Dasgupta – ভানুর গল্প

Subrata Dasgupta – রোববার

Arnab Dutta – যখন বাজে মানেটা

Anurag Das – কণিকা

Srabani Dasgupta – মৃত মহাদেশে হে মাধবী আজও…….

Theater

Debasis Sengupta – বৃত্তান্তে

Graphics

Swarna Jana – Desires Disapproved

Nilanjana Kumar – Painting Dreams

Travel and Photography

Meera Srikant – A Short Trip to the Land of Dreams

Bijoy Chowdhury – Playing the Tune for Survival – a photo series on Bandwallahs

Kamal Lodaya – Cinderella 

Krishnendu Saha – Sorrow in the Grass – a Photo Story

  • Illustrations and photo courtesy

Ru Das (for illustrations with all the stories of Aainanagar March 2014 issue)

Srikant Ranganathan (A short Trip to the Land of Dreams)

http://www.artofbengal.com (B. R. Panesar – Passing into Oblivion)

Hirisho Yamazaki (Let the Wound Bleed)

Google images (Let the wound bleed, Lunchbox??)

  • Without whom all this would be nowhere

We are thoroughly grateful to Chiranjib Paul for composing all the Bangla pieces within a short period of time. We thank Sudip Manna, Pramod Gupta, Somnath Mukhopadhyay, Soumyajit Pramanick, Mandira Sen for helping us in many different ways in bringing this issue out. Special thanks to Ru Das and Saptak Dasgupta – youngest members of the Aainanagar group.

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