Review - Book

Biblical Researcher Rick Lannoye claims Jesus Did Not Believe in Hell

Plano, TX, September 15, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) At last, no one ever need suffer again from the slightest fear that God would ever put anyone in Hell. In his book, Hell? No!, Why You Can Be Certain There Is No Such Place As Hell, biblical researcher Rick Lannoye has not only provided scores of forceful arguments against the myth of Hell, but has exposed a religious and political alliance that propagates the fear of an eternal place of torture for purely earthly gains.


With Halloween round the corner, Witches are Real says acclaimed historical fiction Author

Minneapolis, MN, September 15, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB)  With Halloween right around the corner, thoughts often turn to fright-night characters such as goblins, witches, and ghosts. But far from dwelling in the realm of fairy tale and folklore, what if some of these spooky specters were real? That’s what Minnesota author Mary Sharratt found out when she moved to the Pendle region of Lancashire, England.


Penumbra of Indian Verses by Dr. Sonnet Mondal - new book release by the internationally acclaimed young poet

Penumbra of Indian Verses - book cover

Allahabad, India, Sep 9, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio) After the huge literary success of his 4th book 21 Lines Fusion Sonnets of 21st Century [online sale] which has established Sonnet as one of the greatest innovators of Sonnet poetry, Sonnet Mondal (WBRi exclusive interview) is going to launch another poetry book soon.

Sonnet’s Mondal's new book of poems Penumbra of Indian Verses [order online] will be releasing shortly this month from Cyberwit publishers of Allahabad.

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Upendrakishore's Tuntunir Boi converted into English comics


Ramakrishna Ashram representatives and writer-poet Dibyendu Ghoshal meet Governor of West Bengal to present Homagni book

Governor of West Bengal

Representatives of The Ramakrishna Ashram and Writer-poet Dibyendu Ghosal met M K Narayanan, Governor of the State of West Bengal, India on July 2, 2010 to present the Governor with the Bengali book HOMAGNI that deals with spiritualism. Dibyendu Ghosal and the Governor also discussed Ghosal's two books Night of Ten: La Noche Del Ten and The Mitters Of Kolkata during the meeting, as well as the many poems, novels and stories written by Ghosal that are in circulation on the internet and in print worldwide.


Book Review | My Name is Gauhar Jaan: The Life and Times of a Musician - Vikram Sampath | WBRi Online Book Store Recommendation

Gauhar Jaan (गौहर जान) (1873–1930) was an Indian singer and dancer or a tawaif from Calcutta. She was one of the first performers to record music on 78 rpm records in India.

My Name is Gauhar Jaan! : The Life and Times of a Musician tries to demystify the myth and mystery around one of the most enigmatic legends in Indian music history Gauhar Jaan. Vikram Sampath, in this remarkable book, brings forth little known details of this fascinating woman who was known for her melodious voice, her multi-lingual skills, poetic sensibility, irresistible personality and her extravagant lifestyle. From her early days in Azamgarh and Banaras to the glory years in Calcutta when Gauhar ruled the world of Indian music, to her sad fall from grace and end in Mysore, the book takes the reader through the roller-coaster ride of this feisty musician. In the process, the author presents a view of the socio-historical context of Indian music and theatre during that period 

The author Vikram Sampath was born in Bangalore and completed his Engineering in Electronics and Masters in Mathematics from BITS-Pilani in 2003. He subsequently did an M.B.A. in finance from S P Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai. He currently works in the retail banking division of a leading multinational bank in Bangalore.

The book is a must-have for all Indian and world music lovers. The book is available online - click here to order >



জয়ঢাকের ১০ম আন্তর্জাল সংখ্যা (বর্ষা ২০১০) প্রকাশিত হল।

জয়ঢাকের ১০ম আন্তর্জাল সংখ্যা প্রকাশিত হল। আগের সংখ্যাগুলোর মতই এই সংখ্যাটিও সাজানো হয়েছে গল্প, কমিকস, ছড়া উপন্যাস ও আন্যান্য নিয়মিত ফিচারে। কিছু উল্লেখ্য বিষয়ঃ


Interview - SATYAJIT RAY : Conversations With the Genius of Indian Cinema

These collected interviews with the pre-eminent Indian film director offers the first English-language collection of interviews with the acclaimed director of the Apu trilogy, includes interviews ranging from 1958 to 1992, spanning most of Ray's long career, features interviews from British, Indian, and American periodicals and expands the Conversations with Filmmakers Series.

The author, Bert Cardullo, is professor of American culture and literature at Ege University in Izmir, Turkey. He lives on the island of Chios.


PublishAmerica Presents The Mitters of Kolkata by Dibyendu Ghosal

PublishAmerica is proud to present The Mitters of Kolkata by Dibyendu Ghosal.

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This is a romantic suspense thriller involving the MITTER family household based in  Kolkata, a city in eastern India. The author, who in his role as the protagonist Mr. Drayton Corvick, a person of Indian origin and of Hungarian descent and  who after solving the Newark Bay Railway disaster in New York (as in the first book NIGHT OF TEN), visits the  MITTER household to look for a rare material that has been kept by the family. The family comprises the head Dr. Mitter, his wife and their beautiful daughter, all of whom are of very mysterious characteristics. The young couple (the protagonist and the young daughter) develop a strong attraction towards each otherbut while generating hope to get hold of the material, she betrays the protagonist in a mysterious circumstance. But the undercurrent of the novel shows that the old British-era MITTER family is still maintaining the older values and characteristics in their lifestyles while interacting with Mr. Drayton Corvick even though the city has undergone vast changes in its name as well as demographically and in lifestyles and characterisitics in this modern era.

But above all, the author has maintained the tension and thrill from beginning of the novel to the end.  And has been able to universalize the style of writing while limiting the story within a city.


Calcutta Writer Dibyendu Ghosal's books of fiction Night Of Ten and The Mitters of Kolkata

Dibyendu Ghoshal - The Night Of TenWriter Dibyendu Ghosal  has published quite a few pieces and poetry in net-zines and in print. Two of his books of ficiton - NIGHT OF TEN and THE MITTTERS OF KOLKATA are on the stands in the USA, UK and in Europe, as well as available online (Click here to order online).

Night of Ten is a scintillating work of fiction which targets all those readers who are adult. The book focuses on purpose and repercussions of a New Jersey train accident. It is told from the perspective of the main character, Mr. Drayton Corvick, a person of Indian origin and Hungarian descent , who works in a German patent attorney firm. He gets a chance to investigate, out of the passion of his inquisitive mind, the cause of the train accident when he is instructed to deliver crucial documents to a client in New Jersey. His curiosity leads him to visit the wreckage site where he finds the bodies of policemen who were killed in mysterious situations. Along with his assistant, Alexandra, he delves much deeper into the mystery. From this foundation, the author constructs an intriguing tale of fiction.

The author, Dibyendu Ghosal, writes ...

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