“Ghori Rohoshyo” is written by Syed Mustafa Siraj. He is a renowned writer in Bengal. This story is about a person who thinks there may be a ghost in his room. So he came to Cornell to find what is going on.
Ek Briddhar Aarti is a poem and is written by Sri Debojyoti Guha.
Pagla Dashu” was written by Sukumar Ray. Dashu is a school boy, famous for his crazy ideas and that is why he is called as “Pagla Dashu”. Pagla Dashu is one of the very popular characters of Bengali literature. Hope these stories will remind you of your school days.
Pahar Churay is a very nice poem written by Sunil Gangopadhyay. This poem depicts beautifully the three stages of one person’s life.
Poem “Shubhokkhan” is written by Rabindranath Tagore and recited by Anindita Bhattacharya
“Ekhono Somoy” is written by Ullas Das. Ullas Das is a regular writer in Anandamela, Unish Kuri and Sananda magazine in West Bengal, India.
Jonmo Hayna Mrittu Hayna is a poem written by famous Bengali Poet Sunil Gangopadhyay.
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“Muktir Upay” is a short story written by Rabindranath Tagore. This was published in “Golpo Guccho”. Muktir Upay talks of a married man who turned into a fakir and tried to run away from his family. Finally he realized that he actually likes his family and returns.
Shakuntala’s story is told in the Mahabharata. Shakuntala was born of the sage Viswamitra and the Apsara Menaka. Menaka came to distract the great sage Viswamitra from his deep meditation. She succeeded, and bore a child by him.
Viswamitra distanced himself from the child out of anger. Later Menaka left the newborn Shakuntala in the forest. The new born child was found by Kanva Rishi surrounded by Shakunta birds. He thus named her Shakuntala. She became the wife of king Dushyanta and mother of emperor Bharata. The story of Shakuntala was dramatized by Mahakavi Kalidasa. Abanindranath Thakur converted the story of Shakuntala for children. Bengali Audio Book has created this children’s Shakuntala into audio format. Hope you and your kids will enjoy this old story of Shakuntala one more time…..
Listen “Tustuke Baba” a poem written by Sankha Karbhaumik.