Pramita Bose

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Delightful echoes of a creative mind

It’s an ongoing record of her experiences about the world and its impressions embossed on her mind. Echoes, she says is her “way of looking at the past, the present and the future”. Add to this, the “several eternal patterns seen in human life, history, behaviour, relationships, character and characteristics”.

Exploring the melodies of Mashak


The flavours of Rajasthan are simply irresistible.

‘Byomkesh’ Sushant, Dibakar explore Kolkata’s heritage

Actor Sushant Singh Rajput and filmmaker Dibakar Banerjee enjoy a tram ride in Kolkata—ASIAN AGE

The best way to learn to know a city is to check out its landmark historic icons. So this satyanweshi, with a wanderlust, first took a tram-ride from Kolkata’s Esplanade or more precisely the Dharmatala Tram Depot on a muggy afternoon and then reached the palatial Burdwan Raj Estate at Bijay Manzil on Diamond Harbour Road in the southern end of the metropolis.

Chronicling a landscape


From a single image to plurality of ideas, his journey takes an interesting route on the artscape of ideas. The streak of his individualism is well-manifested even in his collage of many canvases.

For the blind, chess provides light at the end of the tunnel


For them, failure is the first step towards success. The more they falter, the stronger their willpower grows, pushing them to rise higher in life. Hoping against hope, they walk through a tunnel’s darkness only to find light at the end of it.

‘All I seek is an apology’


Every pious pilgrim in India wishes to pay a visit to Char Dham and Puri, better known as the Jagannath Dham or Srikshetra in Orissa, which is one of the four sacred sites where millions flock every y

When strangers have a go at each others’ throats

Scenes from The Zoo Story—Abhijit Mukherjee

When two strangers meet and connect through a conversation, then chances are that either they start liking each other or they don’t have any vibe at all. If they gel well, then their growing fondness might give way to a lifelong friendship or else, they just move on with their lives.

Mokshagati through forgiveness

Freedom is every man’s birthright and it’s not just about seeking it from an oppressive foreign misrule, but also from one’s own internal demons.

Retreat of sanctified serenity amidst a fast-paced life

Replicas of the chariots of the three deities — Jagannath, Subhadra and Balaram — parked at Park Circus Maidan in Kolkata.

In this dog-eat-dog world which is so stress-ridden and besieged with fierce cut-throat competitions, buying a slice of spiritual peace certainly seems a luxury. Notwithstanding this difficulty, a retreat of sanctified serenity amidst a fast-paced life of tension, pollution and medication comes as a boon in disguise.

From Ballygunge to Bollywood

Vocalist Saugat Upadhyay with guitarist Subhradeep Das

Their greatest weapon is the guitar. Their greatest bullet is the voice and their greatest conviction? Of course, music it is. They shoot songs with a vow to hit the bullseye and win loyal listeners in the process. The Ballygrunge boys know precisely how to make the pulse beat to their tunes.

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