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Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore needs no introduction. Poet, author, artist, playwright, musician, philosopher, Nobel laureate, and above all, an Indian.

He created so much of what it means to be an Indian today: our national anthem, Santiniketan, Rabindra Sangeet, stories of several Satyajit Ray films. The spiritual and emotional beauty of his elegant prose and magical poetry was beautifully captured in his stunningly beautiful short stories. Many of us have read the translations. Listening to them in Bengali, however brings out a beauty that is perhaps... lost in translation.

This two-volume collection has some of Gurudev's great short stories. We, at booksTALK, hope this will be only the first step in bringing out many such works in Indian languages. To make it possible to reconnect to our roots - of language, literature and storytelling.

The stories in this volume are: "Kabuliwallah", "Ramkanai-er Nirbuddhita", "Postmaster", "Streer Potro", "Jibito O Mrito", "Namonjur Golpo", and "Thakurda- Khokababur Protyaborton".

Please note: this title is in Bengali.

© Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore (P)2011 booksTALK audiobooks / Rabindranath Tagore

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  • Utpal Chowdhury
  • 10-07-15

Awesome Stories

What made the experience of listening to Kabuliwallah and Other Stories, Volume 1 the most enjoyable?

The stories are really awesome and pursue you to listen more and more.

What does Ranjon Ghoshal and Rinku Ghoshal bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Their storytelling skills and voice.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Yes,