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Golden Jubilee Edition of Writer Ranjan Bandopadhyay’s Kadambari Debir Suicide Note Launched

Kadambari Debir Suicide Note Golden Jubilee Edition Launched

On the 131st death anniversary of Kadambari Devi, Rabindranath Tagore’s Notun Bouthan, Starmark hosted the golden jubilee edition launch of Ranjan Bandopadhyay’s Kadambari Debir Suicide Note. Present at the occasion was Ranjan Bandopadhyay, Gargi Roy Chowdhury, Prasenjit Chatterjee, Satyam Roychowdhury, Aditi Gupta and Sutapa Bandopadhyay.


Kadambari Devi’s Suicide Note is a novel by Ranjan Bandopadhyay which sold more than fifty thousand copies in less than three years. Kadambari Devi died on 21st April 1884. Why did she kill herself? How much was her relationship with Tagore responsible for her untimely death? With this novel, ace writer Ranjan Bandopadhyay delved deep into the secret relationship between the Bard and his Notun Bouthan and comes out with an honest answer.


Actress Sonali Chwdhury who plays the role of Kadambari in the soon to be aired television series based on another of Ranjan Bandopadhyay’s book was also present at the occasion.

Gargi Roychowdhury inaugurated the English edition of the hugely popular book Kadambari Debir Suicide Note. Speaking at the occasion “I am glad to have come to this event. Listening to Ranjan da, speak about the Bard is a great opportunity. We get to know so many unknown facts about the Bard. The English version will enable many non-Bengali readers to read and know the story”.


Satyam Roychowdhury and Sutapa Bandopadhyay read out parts from the book while singer Aditi Gupta sang suitable Rabindrasangeet to accompany the reading session.

Prasenjit Chatterjee who unveiled the special Golden Jubilee edition of the book was full of praises for the writer. The actor also hoped that his other books will also achieve the same feat.


The book has been priced at Rs 100 and is readily available at the leading book store all over the city.

Priyanka Dutta

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Unheard Tagore Songs Compiled in Bengali Audio Music album Hiyar Majhe


Hiyar Majhe, a music album by Atreyi Majumdar was recently launched in the august presence of Gaurab Chatterjee, Chandraboli Rudra, Soumitra, Indrajt Dey and the artist herself at Innra Guest House. The album has been brought out by Rooh Media Pvt Ltd.

Unheard Tagore Songs in Bengali Audio Music Album Hiyar Majhe

The album has eight tracks. Amar Hiyar majhe, Megh bolece, Nil anjan ghono, Brojo manic die, Dekho dekho such tara, Mor bhabonare, Modhur modhur dhoni and Jodi tor daak shune are the songs which have been included in this music album.


“This is my second album. The first album was released in 2011 titled Robi Loho Anjoli. I have been always inspired by Tagore and hence the album on Tagore songs. Incidentally the first song that I learnt was Hiyar Majhe. The listeners also requested me to include the song and hence the song was included. This later on became the title of the album. There was a gap in bringing out the second album because there was a difference in my thought process between the two albums. The first album was based on traditional Rabindrasangeet while the second album is more experimental type” said Atreyi Majumdar while speaking with Sholoana Bangaliana.


Speaking at the occasion singer Soumitro said “This album is refreshing as it contains a lot of songs which have not been heard before. Even I had not heard them before. The initiative is a good one and I congratulate Atreyi for this unique thought of selecting songs of Tagore which have not been heard of before”.

Music director Gaurab Chatterjee asked the listeners to buy audio albums or opt for the paid downloads which will help the artist in the long run. This will also enable to stop piracy.

Reasonably priced at Rs 130, the album will be a refreshing treat for your ears.

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