Post-Tagore Bengali Poetry: Image of ‘God’ and Secularism-Ritam Mukherjee

Post-Tagore Bengali Poetry: Image of ‘God’ and Secularism-Ritam Mukherjee

Ritam Mukherjee
Ritam Mukherjee


3 thoughts on “Post-Tagore Bengali Poetry: Image of ‘God’ and Secularism-Ritam Mukherjee

  1. bhalo laglo.
    kabider namer aage ato biseshan na thakai shreyo jemon renowned,masterly,deceased etc.

  2. its a poem beautifilly describing secularism n image of god…really good work tat can be said a masterpiece work in itself…keep it up ritam

  3. it’s nice..but isn’t it quite mechanical to bi-polarize the world of kobita on the basis of secularism or notions like that?in our time,this term spirituality is frequently cultivated in it’s broader sense,we can think spiritually without being aware about the existence of god….RITAM,u have translated SUCHETANA,as ‘refined consciousness’..it won’t be philosophically accepted(in bangla,CHETANA is not always as philosophical as sanskrit).because consiousness is a concept that cannot be qualified with adjectives like refined..so i would like to propose ‘refined intensions’ as one of the possible translations of the title…thank u for your thougts!!!

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