Relevant Modernity

Timeless Resonance of Surrounding Vision

Book 2

 At present Anirban Sengupta starts to research on Rabindra Sangeet (Tagore Songs) and its contemporary and non-contemporary way with the help of various information with his honorable teacher and guide Mr. Bivashkanti Guptabakshi. Anirban Sengupta and his teacher Mr. Bivashkanti Guptabakshi’s main tendency is to unfold the flowness of the thinking of Rabindranath in making of the songs at different steps of Rabindra Sangeet. They believe that the changing course of Rabindra Sangeet also effects the Bengali literature and culture. So they try to focus on patriotism of Rabindranath Tagore and the glimpses of his musical sense through the project “Review of Tagore Works”.

At last our dream comes to a shape of reality, we both, myself Bivashkanti Guptabakshi and Anirban Sengupta started thinking about something which would different in the field of literature. Now we are in the open daylight with our creation. In this works we try to be open from every aspect. It means that our literary works try to cover every dimension of the versatile talent of Rabindranath Tagore and his contemporary of Jorasanko Thakur Bari. We are just opening our petals of little knowledge we have about literature and the works of Rabindranath Tagore. So, try to come close to our works which is nothing but a humanization of Rabindranath Tagore who is very much our friend, philosopher and guide.

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About the author

Abhimanyu Devegowda Ankurendra Anirban Sengupta is an Indian Bengali author of this modern era. He has logic behind his literary works and others. His immense love for music particularly for Tagore Songs is unique. Specifically he is a complete admirer of Rabindranath Tagore. More over at this crisis moment he has a stronghold in his farthest corner of his heart for Bengali culture and music. Anirban was born on 1 June 1996 at Alipurduar, a former subdivision of the state of West Bengal and now become a district town. His father Partha Sengupta is a State Government employee and his mother Dipali Sengupta is a housewife.

Anirban was involved in literature from the early days of his life. His literal journey is still continuing. In his course of life he gained deepness and enough maturity in his thinking and he entered the world of literature. After that period his writing spread their steps hand to hand. Now he involves very much in writing and equally he is trying to gain knowledge about literature and technicality of writing as much as one can. Anirban started his literary career with script writing. At first he started his life as a writer with the romantic love poems but later on he continue his writing with the versatile topics of nationality, essays about social rituals and culture, nature, personalities, historical events, fantasy, science, philosophy and detective fictional stories etc. Anirban started his career as a writer from the middle of the year 2010. He likes to write on different topics. From the childhood Anirban was interested in science but in latter life he becomes fond of literature. When he was in class 9th standard, he was interested in Bengali literature. He started his poetic life in this way. He started to take initiative to publish his poetry in various journals and periodicals. In the year 2012, he learned to write and poetical composition with specific rules of Bengali literature from his guru Mr. Bivashkanti Guptabakshi. In present time he research on about Evaluation of Bengali Race and Culture for new skills of subjects in his literary works. He is reputed for his vast knowledge in literature and philosophy. After gained success in Madhyamik Examination he started his literary journey with the mastery excellence of Mr. Bivashkanti Guptabakshi. Very soon his talent in the field of literary direction came in limelight in Bengali literature and in front of Mr. Bivashkanti Guptabakshi. Anirban carefully read Marx and Engels and became a thought able person of Marxism in 2012.

About his writing style, he has said, “I have a special way of writings when it is dictated to me. No matter what the language of the draft, even if it is Hindi, I write it in Bengali. I have certain notations and markings to indicate the way it should be pronounced. Never take shortcut in the journey of life. There is no substitute of labor. Success is nothing but determination, honesty, hardbound and dedication. Your work is your religion. I use Rabindranath Tagore style and the personification of writing skill when a narrator understands.” According to Anirban, his very first influence in his life was his father and also mother. He also acknowledged that Bivashkanti Guptabakshi and The Bengali Polymath of Tagore family and Brahmo philosopher Rabindranath Tagore have always been his idols. Anirban said, “I use Rabindranath Tagore style and the personification of writing skill when a narrator understands. He also mentioned the name of Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay as his biggest inspirations towards modern Bengali literature”.

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