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Paramita Palit - Bengali Poem Recitation (Bangla Kobita Abritti)

Paramita PalitDr. Paramita Palit is a molecular biologist by profession. Paramita has an inborn creativity from the age of three years when she performed first time on stage and received an award, the list prolonged to a couple of state championship awards in extempore and debate in 2002, 2003, University Championship in 2005 and 2006 in Extempore.

A poet, elocutionist, dancer - all together a multifaceted personality, Paramita feels herself most comfortable as an anchor. She has won various awards in inter-state, inter-college and inter-university competitions in debate, extempore and recitation.

She has trained herself through the workshops conducted by Nandikar, the famous theater group of Kolkata, and has successfully performed in Nandikar Jatiya Natyamela as a child artist.

Listen to Bangla Kobita Abritti (Bengali Poem Recitation) by Dr. Paramita Palit and read all about the remarkable Bengali lady on WBRI.

Bengali Poem Malatibala Balika Bidyalay by Joy Goswami | English Translation by Barnali Saha

Barnali is a creative writer, painter and elocutionist from Nashville, TN, and is a regular contributor to Washington Bangla Radio.

In this article in the Washington Bangla Radio Online Magazine (e-zine) section, Barnali Saha translates acclaimed Bengali poet Joy Goswami's famous poem Malatibala Balika Bidyalay (Malatibala Girls' School) into English. Also watch a free video online of Barnali reciting the Bengali original poem.

Partho Mukhopadhyay - Bengali Recitation-Elocution | Listen to Bangla Kobita Abritti Live recording Rabindra Sadan, Feb 2, 2010

Bengali Poem Recitation - Bangla Kobita Abritti - Partha 
MukhopadhyayApril 9, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio) - By Subhomoy Mukherjee, WBRi Kolkata Correspondent: The space anywhere available is not enough to write something about Elocutionist Guru Shri Partho Mukhopadhyay. I have so many words to write that I complete ultimately by writing a little. He is really Guru by nature because anybody can describe him as teacher rather than performer. He always skips the opportunity to perform and provide the space for his students as he always seems happiest to see his students famous. We can take example of one and only elocutionist Bratati Bandapadhyay, his most famous and favorite disciple.

Partho Mukhopadhyay's solo programme on 2nd February, 2010 at Rabindra Sadan is a tribute of Sarathi disciples to their Guru. His accompanist was Santanu Bandopadhyay on Background Music. The set was very good that day. His excellent presentation was divided into two parts.

 Listen to a complete audio recording from Partho Mukhopadhyay's program online via WBRi on-demand Bangla Radio service. These rare and unique recordings are also being broadcast on Washington Bangla Online Radio channel.

Bangla Kobita Abritti - Dr. Pinaki chattopadhyay - Bengali Poetry Recitation

Bangla Kobita Abritti | Pinaki Chatterjee Bengali Poem Recitation Pinaki was awarded ABRITTI RATNA (2004) in a function at Bangla Academy by Padmashree Debdulal Bandopadhyay on behalf of Samantaral for his contribution in recitation and his youthfulness in performance (‘tarunyo r abrittir hridoye hridoy joge korechhen….’). The function was covered by DD News and other media.

December 6 Abritti Audio CD Album Review in Dainik StatesmanHis audio album DECEMBER 6 was released by Washington Bangla Radio partner Music 2000. Listen to audio clips online from his Bengali recitation album December 6.

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KABULIWALA: A story about fathers & daughters

An audio-presentation of Rabindranath Tagore’s short story KABULIWALA: On the surface we are all so different; but most human relationships are surprisingly familiar. Visit BANGLA GOLPO-BENGALI STORIES PODCAST ( for more audio presentations of classic stories and novels in bengali.
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