Kolyaniashu Indu

Kolyaniashu Indu

“Kolyaniashu Indu” is a collection of 30 letters written by Jawaharlal Nehru in 1928 to his daughter Indira Gandhi when she was 10 years old. The actual letters written by Nehru were in English and published in a book named “Letters from a Father to His Daughter”. At the time of the writing these letters, Nehru was in Allahabad and Indira was in Mussoorie. In these letters, Nehru discusses a variety of topics. He discusses about natural history, the beginning of the earth, and evolution. He talks about the varied races of the world, the differences in communities, the origin of language and races, how these races were formed. Nehru also discusses the ancient civilizations, the history of India, the Ramayana, the Mahabharata, and the great kings of the past and their kingdoms.

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Pahar Churay

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Pahar Churay is a very nice poem written by Sunil Gangopadhyay. This poem depicts beautifully the three stages of one person’s life.

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Poem “Shubhokkhan” is written by Rabindranath Tagore and recited by Anindita Bhattacharya


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Ekhono Somoy






“Ekhono Somoy” is written by Ullas Das. Ullas Das is a regular writer in Anandamela, Unish Kuri and Sananda magazine in West Bengal, India.

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Tobu Charini Haal Ta




“Tobu Charini Haal Ta” is a poem written by Sankha Karbhaumik

Jonmo Hayna Mrittu

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Jonmo Hayna Mrittu Hayna is a poem written by famous Bengali Poet Sunil Gangopadhyay.
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Dhakir Upakhyan




Listen poem “Dhakir Upakhyan” written by Ritu Chakrabarti. Ritu is an engineer in IT sector, living in Bangaluru, India. Her first book “Gleema Greeting” was published in 2013.




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Pagla Dashu

Pagla Dashu






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.


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Dashur Khyapami

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“Dashur Khyapami” 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.


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Muktir Upay



“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.


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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…..

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Taker Oshudh



Taker Oshudh is written by Boren Gongopadhyay. This story is about a person named Sosthipodo who is becoming bald day by day. He is trying every medicine whoever is suggesting to save his leftover hair. Finally he met a Sadhu( a monk) who promised to stop his baldness…..






Rupa is a short story written by Humayun Ahmed. Professor Humayun Ahmed  was a scientist, a famous contemporary Bengali fictionist and a very successful filmmaker. He died on 19 July 2012 at the age of only 64. This short story is about a person who wants to tell an interesting story to a stranger in rail station. The stranger found it odd but agreed to listen the story as he had nothing to do at that time. The person starts telling the interesting story……

Boyos Jekhane Barena



“Boyos Jekhane Barena” is written by Hirendra Chottopadhyay. This story is about a person named Tirthonkor. His friend Sudip saw him after 12 years of his death. Not only that, he found Tirthonkor exactly same as he was 12 years before. Sudip tried to solve the mystery with the help of his other friend.




Aghoton is a short story writen by Anuradha Roy. Anuradha lives in Atlanta, GA. Writing is her passion. She usually writes stories and poems in webzines for a long time. This short story was published in “Anjali 2011″, a pujobarshiki magazine published by Pashchimi bay Area.

Prothom Protishruti

Ashapurna Devi gifted Bengali literature one of the most memorable trilogy Prothom Protishruti–Subarnalata–Bakulkatha, about three generations of women. Prothom Protishruti is the story of Satyabati, well taught with education and values given by her father Ramkali. Satyavati has been taught by her father before she was married off. She wanted to educate her daughter as well. But her life was not that easy. Set in the late 18th and 19th centuries, this widely acclaimed novel attempts to commemorate the struggles and efforts of women, of the mute domestic space, neglected by history. This book, about one of the many unknown women from the ignored interiors of Bengal……

Purushottam Sri Krishna

Purushottan Sri Krishna is a mythological story written by Nripendra Krishna Chattopadhyay in his book “Golpo Bale Dadumoni”. The story depicts the life journey of Sri Krishna who is one of the “Avatars” of Supreme God “Vishnu”. Sri Krishna was born as a human being to restore the “Dharma” and to eradicate the evil forces from this earth. Nripendra Krishna Chattopadhyay was a story teller at All India Radio, Kolkata for a long time and his program “Golpo Bale Dadumoni” was very popular. After successfully completing the radio program, he wrote several stories in “Shuktara”. These stories were later published as a book named “Golpo Bale Dadumoni”

Iti Tomar Maa

This is a classic novel written by Sanjib Chattopadhyay. This is a story of a boy named “Buro”. He lives happily with his parents. His father is a religious person and always tells him to be a good person in life. Buro’s mother takes care of the whole family. There are several boys in Buro’s class who disturbs him all the time. Buro wants to teach them a lesson. But this turns into a big rivalry. Buro wins ultimately in the battle but his mother becomes sick….listen the whole story to know what happened to Buro and his family.

The novel is narrated in six parts. Enjoy!!!




This is a short story written by Sharadindu Bandopadhyay. This is the first “BHUTER GOLPO” narrated in Bengali Audio Book. Enjoy!!!!




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This short story is written by Ashapurna Devi.

Bhooter Khela

This is a short story written by Sanjib Chattopadhyay. The story is about a boy who is always guided by a “BHOOT” (ghost). Unlike other bhoots, this is a good one and he always tries to bring out the best of this boy.

Ekti Ashade Golpo

This is a short story written by Rabindranath Tagore about a young man who entered into a land where people are different. They act differently, they behave differently. They do not have their own opinions. They just follow the orders of their King. This young man along with two of his friends started explaining to them that they can live differently. Ultimately all realized that they can live their life on their own way, not just by following instructions. This story is similar to Tagore’s another beautiful creation, Dance drama “Tasher Desh”. Enjoy!!!

Prothom Siri

This is a short story written by Pratibha Bosu. The story is about a small girl named Radharani who can sing very well. One day she goes to her maternal uncle’s wedding ceremony and she absolutely loves the ceremony. There she met her newly wedded aunty’s brother named Amal. Amal teases her all the time and she gets angry. Gradually both of them realize that they love each other. This is their first love. Enjoy!!!

Kalaboti Rajkonya

Thakumar Jhuli written by Dakshinaranjan Mitra Majumdar is a collection of Bengali folk tales and fairy tales. One of the story named Kalaboti Rajkonya is narrated here.


This is a story of a daughter who does not realize how much work her Mom puts in everyday to make her life better. She realizes it later. This is a short story named Podatik written by Ashapurna Devi and narrated by Anindita Bhattacharya

Deshlai Baksho

This is a short story written by Ashapurna Devi. This story describes about a married woman Namita whose husband is very rich. But her widow mother is poor and she asks for money now and then from her son-in-law. The son-in-law does not want to give her money and that is why he does not tell about her letter to Namita. But Namita finds out. Listen the story to know what happens next.

Ek Ratri

This is a short story written by Rabindranath Tagore.