Kacher Manush by Suchitra Bhattacharya from Only Genuine Products. 30 Day Replacement Guarantee. Free Shipping. Cash On Delivery!. Read Kacher Manus book reviews & author details and more at Kacher Manus (Bengali) Hardcover – by Suchitra Bhattacharya (Author). Suchitra Bhattacharya became one of the popular writers of Bengal after publication of the novel Kacher Dewal (Glass Wall). She received several awards which.

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They have built families, and have akcher the threads of countless relationships. He dawdles between the persona of a loving father and a husband who craves for his wife.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Suchitra Bhattacharya has kept it simple with this book. Her long career is reflected in many of her stories and novels.

She took up many odd jobs in her early youth and finally joined the public service which she left in to become a fultime writer. Suchitra Bhattacharya became one of the popular writers of Bengal after publication of the novel Kacher Dewal Glass Wall. She was interested in writing from her childhood. She returned to writing with short stories written in the late seventies — She is the sole earner of her part of the family as Adita is a no-gooder.


Suchitra Bhattacharya was born on 10 January in BhagalpurBihar. In spite of being a different generation of people, as if they were identical, one sad depression is being spread among them all.

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Reading this review was almost a journey back to the days when I had read this book. Notify me of new comments via email. You are commenting using your Twitter account. This book comes from Abhijan Publishers.

Although the author metes quite large roles to these characters, the heroine of the novel is Indrani. Her stories have always been as close to our middle class reality as they could. Does Subhasish emerge as a righteous surgeon like his father who still serves in a village? Your review is as beautiful as you describe the book to be. Grey cells in Grayscale. She made us look into the mirror like no one else did. Within a decade, especially after publication of the novel Kacher Dewal Glass Wallshe manuah one of the major writers of Bengal.

Nanobot by Syamantak Chakraborty It is amazing how easily SB has woven these lives together.


Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here A Bookworm’s Musing Reading the world one book at a time! Suchitra Bhattacharya bhzttacharya interested in writing from her childhood. The writing waned later though, stories became repetitive, plots became a little mundane, but she produced occasional masterpieces like Kancher Dewal, Neel Ghurni, Dahan and Parobash. She flourishes with the story rather than fancy words and articulation. Natasha Ahmed Author at Indireads.

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Her life and their events that shatter her into pieces gradually are peeled off in layers as the story progresses.

Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws A moment. Someone or the elderly, someone or middle age, any teenage girl, young girl, someone or maush other child. SB does a wonderful, rather wistful job in narrating the ambience around Titir as she waits for her mother Indrani to fetch Aditya home.

The peripheral characters wonder why Subhasish, the doctor, still visits his former love Indrani and how he gels with the entire family.

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