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Why do people tend to leave a city that has essentially been theirs, a city that has been not only their birthplace but also a part of their childhood and …

Anindo SenKolkata Exodus
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Art is a type of magnificence and it needs consolation to be created. This Encouragement must originate from a more extensive loop and Jamini Roy took his fine arts to …

Ayan DebJamini Roy, resides, all around us
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Unfathomable progressions have happened on the planet in the seventy years since Tagore’s passing in 1941. Huge numbers of these progressions have been significant in their effect. On the positive …

Dibyendu PaulRabindranath Tagore and His Contemporary Relevance
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Storyline: Happiness is a state of psyche. A beggar could simply be the world’s happiest man and a tycoon could succumb to melancholy even at the crest of his profession. …

Dibyendu PaulAlik Sukh : Movie Review
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On March 18- 24, 2014, Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata organised an exhibition of Chitraniva Chowdhury’s (1913- 1999) paintings. Chitraniva has been a long lost name in the world of …

Abhishek RoyArt Review: The Last Tribute to Bengal School
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This is a shockingly dated-fiasco film. In purpose of actuality its old-designed-ness is truly the main astonishing thing about this eye-popping 3d display, controlled by Paul W.s. Anderson, a capable …

Dibyendu PaulPompeii – Moview Review
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The model portrayed in this activity is a Chi Wara Headdress, made inside the Bamana Tribe of the Mali Republic in Africa. It is created out of wood, metal and …

Ayan DebHow do we distinguish between aesthetic analysis and investigating the cultural context of works of art?
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Robert Wise’s “The Andromeda Strain” works sensibly well as science fiction, yet I would prefer not to approach it in a fiction temperament today. The most intriguing thing about the …

Dibyendu PaulThe Andromeda Strain Film Review