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Part 5 of novel "Parabaas". Read by Maitreyee Chakraborty.

Music - Raag Rageshri. Sarengi and Sitar by Ramesh Mishra and Manilal Nag.

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Continuation of the novel "Parabaas". Read by Smt. Maitreyee Chakraborty.

The introduction music is by an artist from Mali. The kirtan and the sarengi music are by Sikh artists. The last song, "Chirosakha he" is written by Rabindranath Thakur and rendered by Pandit Ajoy Chakraborty.

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“Parabaas” is a novel about a Sikh family who settled in Kolkata, after leaving Lahore because of the partition, and the Delhi after the Sikh riots. In this episode, we present the second chapter. Read by Smt Maitreyee Chakraborty.

To celebrate Kobiguru’s 150th birth year, we are also presenting a composition from Geetanjali: poem number 64.

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Music: Introduction theme - Rahul Dev Burman. Jugalbandi Kirtan by Subhen Chatterjee (sitar) and Manilal Nag (sarengi)

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"Parabaas" is a novel about a Sikh family who settled in Kolkata, after leaving Lahore because of the partition, and the Delhi after the Sikh riots. In this episode, we present the second chapter. Read by Smt Maitreyee Chakraborty.

To celebrate Kobiguru's 150th birth year, we are also presenting a composition from Geetanjali: poem number 73.

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Music: Introduction theme - Rahul Dev Burman.

Wahe guru bandana by Balbir Singh.

Raag Bageshri played by Adnan Sami Khan on piano.

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"Parabaas" is a novel about a Sikh family who settled in Kolkata, after leaving Lahore because of the partition, and the Delhi after the Sikh riots. The story explores an age-old conundrum - where is one's homeland? Can a Sikh boy growing up in Kolkata be a "bangali"? Or will he always be a "sikh" or "punjabi"? This story about mistrust towards a "foreigner",  and equating religion with terrorism, is especially relevant in today's world.

The novel will be presented in several parts. Read by Smt Maitreyee Chakraborty.

To celebrate Kobiguru's 150th birth year, we are also presenting a composition from Geetanjali: poem number 23.

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Music: Raag Bageshri played by Adnan Sami Khan on piano and Ustad Zakir Hussain on tabla.

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Five poems by Rabindranath Thakur in celebration of his 150th birth year. The first three poems are from Geetanjali and are read by Smt Maitreyee Chakraborty. The last two poems celebrate the monsoon season. Read by Sri Soumitra Chatterjee and Smt Bijoylaxmi Burman.

Music: Flute by Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia.

Logo: “Black Horse” by Jamini Roy.

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Is a woman fulfilled by sacrificing her yearnings? A short story by Rabindranath Thakur in celebration of his 150th birth year. Read by Raja Chakraborty.

Music: Raag Bageshri. Adnan Sami Khan (piano) and Ustad Zakir Hussain (tabla)

Logo: "Black Horse" by Jamini Roy.

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Sixth and last part of novel “Striker” by Shri Moti Nandi.

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Fifth part of novel “Striker” by Shri Moti Nandi.

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Fourth part of novel “Striker” by Shri Moti Nandi.

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