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ROBITHAKUR issue of KHANAN to be released

The Kobipoksho special issue of ‘Khanan’, to be released during 153rd birth anniversary of Kabikuloguru Rabindranath Thakur on the auspicious dawn of ‘Pachishey Boisakh’ at 6.30 AM repeat 6.30 AM in the morning on Friday, the 9th May 2014 at Rajaram Sitaram Dixit Library, Dharampeth, here. The rich volume of Khanan, 34th of its kind, has ably been edited by Sukumar Choudhuri. This illustrious volume has been dedicated to the memory of Legendary artiste Prokash Karmokar and Marathi Poet Namdeo Dhasar who had left us in the recent past.


The Kobipoksho special issue of ‘Khanan’, to be released during 153rd birth anniversary of Kabikuloguru Rabindranath Thakur on the auspicious dawn of ‘Pachishey Boisakh’ at 6.30 AM repeat 6.30 AM in the morning on Friday, the 9th May 2014 at Rajaram Sitaram Dixit Library, Dharampeth, here. The rich volume of Khanan, 34th of its kind, has ably been edited by Sukumar Choudhuri. This illustrious volume has been dedicated to the memory of Legendary artiste Prokash Karmokar and Marathi Poet Namdeo Dhasar who had left us in the recent past.

The current volume of Khanan contains wide variety of creative as well as contemporary contributions by Namdeo Dhasal, Prokash Karmokar, Mobinul Haque, Malay Roychowdhury, Hasanal Abdullah, Utpal De, Aloke Som, Souvik Dutta, Rajiv Singha, Harish Anand, Supti Sengupta, Rahul Purokayastho, Kajal Chakraborty, Indrani Das, Anindita Guptaroy, Yashodhara Roy Choudhuri, Asimkumar Basu, Kochi Reza, Jayantakumar Bhattacharya, Ranajit Acharya, Monika Chakraborty, Dipak Haldar, Ratnadipa De Ghosh, Arindam Ghosh, Meghla, Kausik Chattopadhyay, Mita Das, Biplab Gangopadhyay, Anupam Mukhopadhyay, Ishita Bhaduri, Goutam Choudhuri, Joyshila Guha Bagchi, Tusti Bhattacharya, Ivy Chattopadhyay, Rohon Kuddus. Rokshana Lais, Subir Sarkar, Pinakinath Bhaduri, Sukumar Choudhuri and many other writers and artistes from different parts of the globe.

A galaxy of poets, writers, artistes and enthusiasts will participate in the Robithakur festivity of ‘Khanan’ at Rajaram Sitaram Dixit Library at Dharampeth to celebrate Kobipaksha on the morning of 9th May 2014 repeat on the morning of 9th May 2014.

Khanan, the pride of Vidarbha, has so far published 33 volumes of Journals, 83 Multilingual Bulletins and 24 books on different themes. All the above publications will be made available in the adjacent stall of the library premises for the enthusiasts. All are cordially invited to glance the books and join Rabindra Jayanti Ceklebrations, informs Ranjit Acharya, the Publisher of Khanan.

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