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Just click the green Download button above to start. The novel was serialised in , from Bhadro to Choitro in the magazine Probashi, and was published in book form the following year.

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His compositions were chosen by two nations as national anthems: Synopsis[ edit ] The novel recounts the love story of Amit Ray pronounced "amit ray" , a barrister educated at Oxford and a budding poet, whose virulent intellectualism reveals itself in its opposition to all forms of literary tradition.