Long-gone the wind: 1947-’71 in Bengal & Usha the Girl

Long-gone the wind: 1947-’71 in Bengal & Usha the Girl (English, Paperback, Rameswar Dutta)


Long-gone the wind: 1947-’71 in Bengal & Usha the Girl  (English, Paperback, Rameswar Dutta)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: editionNEXT.com
    • Genre: Literature & Fiction
    • ISBN: 9789389147674, 9389147670
    • Edition: Indian Edition, 2019
    • Pages: 317
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    Who borne most due to Country's partition on Two-Nations Theory? Indeed it is the common people. People in East Bengal were the most sufferers as far as division of Bengal is concerned. In one hand they wiped out their tears and on other hand they started rebuilding their life afresh. The present story depicts struggle of those people. Side by side the socio-political scenario of entire West Bengal that undergone vast changes due to such an unbalanced decision by the big political leaders of the country.
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    Publication Year
    • 2019 September
    Author Info
    • Rameswar Dutta born in 1946 in Kolkata (the then Calcutta), he studied B.Sc, Engineering (Elect.), and Management. He has served for thirty years in Public and Private Sectors. Writing is his passion since early age. He is an apt fiction writer and has few titles in his credit. He acclaimed ‘Bhivuti Bhusan Smriti Puraskar’ for his Bengali Novel ‘Britta’. Present book is the fruit of long enduring observations of Socio-Political situations and struggle of people in Bengal that he observed at his early age and depicted in the story by memorizing the same. This book is more of a real story than to a fiction.
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