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Debasish Chakraborty-Bengali Poetry Recitation (Bangla Kobita Abritti)

A voice to make you go weak in the knees,a passion for love poems and a self effacing demeanor that can floor the harshest critic - Debasish  symbolizes all these traits in today's Bengali Recitation.

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Gayatri Ghosh (Mimi) -Self-written Poetry Recitation [Mimi-r swarochito Kobita Abritti]

Gayatri Ghosh (Mimi ) recites her own poetry

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Supartha Sen-Bengali Poetry Recitation(Bangla Kobita Abritti)

 Supartha Sen recites Bengali poetries of famous poets.

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Brishtir Abritti Sankalan (A bunch of Bengali poetry recitation by Brishti)

  Women's journey and empowerment through the ages-Aparajita by Brishti.


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English Poems by Award Winning Poetess Gargi Saha (WBRi Feature)

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Gargi Saha is a creative writer whose first poem book 'The Muse In My Salad Days'has been published in 2000.Her poems have been published in 'The Indian Express', 'The Times Of India', 'The Asian Age' etc. Her poems have also been featured in National and International Journals like 'Poet', 'Poetcrit',The Skylark',' Contemporary Vibes' 'Shine'' Young Poet ' etc. Regularly her works are published in webzines like  'Poetic Portal','Muse India' etc.Recently she has been awarded the Excellence In World Poetry Award' (2009)

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.

Arpita Sil : Bengali Poem Recitation (Bangla Kobita Abritti)

Arpita Sil: Bengali RecitationArpita Sil started reciting from the year 2000, and is a student of the Bengali recitation and elocution icon Bratati Bandopadhyay. She has previously taken lessons in recitation from Satinath Mukhopadhyay for a couple of years. Listen to her Bengali recitation free online on WBRi.


Sujoy Roy Choudhury - Bengali Poetry Recitation (Bangla Kobita Abritti)

Listen to Free Online Bengali Poem Poetry Recitation Bangla Kobita Abritti by Sujoy Roy ChoudhuryWhen he grew up a bit, listening to recitations by Kazi Sabyasachi, Sambhu Mitra, Pradip Ghosh and Gauri Ghosh became his only addiction. Their recitations are guidelines for his success. He also studied at Bratati Bandyapadhyay's 'Kabyaon' to polish his recitation skill. Proximity to famous personalities like Pradip Ghosh and Gauri Ghosh resulted in his mental development regarding recitation. Coming close to versatile genius and an eminent Rabindranath Tagore Researcher Arunava Lahiri was one of his most appealing moments in his life.

Many recitation CDs of Sujoy Roy Choudhury have been published under music labels like 'Vabna', 'Ananya Music' and  'Atlatis Music'. Listen to free online Bengali poetry (poem) recitation (Bangla Kobita Abritti) on WBRi.

You can also contribute to WBRi's recitation and other sections by e-mailing submissions@washingtonbanglaradio.com. We air all audio submissions also on our 24x7 WBRi streaming Bangla radio service.


Raja Mukherjee - Bengali Poem Recitation (Bangla Kobita Abritti)

Raja MukherjeeRaja Mukherjee has rediscovered his love for Bangla Poetry recitation after retiring from an illustrious professional career. Recitation is a passion he had at 25 - Tagore, Nazrul and Sukanta his favourites. "Now, all of a sudden, 40 long years of service in a steel plant seems to have vanished", says Mukherjee. Listen to Bengali Poetry (Poem) Recitation - Bangla Kobita Abritti - free online on WBRi.


Udayan Banerjee - Recitation of His Bengali Poem "Stephen Court"

Udayan BanerjeeWashington, DC, June 10, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) Poet, Elocutionist and Singer Udayan Banerjee recites Stephen Court - his poem about the disastrous fire that destroyed Stephen Court House in Kolkata and took 43 lives on March 23, 2010.

Sayantanee Dutt - Bengali Poem Recitation (Bangla Kobita Abritti)


Sayantanee DuttOriginally from Bhowanipore, Kolkata, Sayantanee Dutt lives in Fremont, CA with her  husband and son, balancing between a full time job as a computer software professional, being a mother of a 11 year old son and indulging in acivities following her passions. Of all the various roles she adorns as a woman - daughter, wife, mother, aunt - being a mother is closest to her heart.

Listen to her Bangla kobita (Bengali poem) recitation recordings and read all about Sayantanee on WBRi.


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Chandrima Roy - Bengali Recitation (Bangla Kobita Abritti)

Chandrima RoyChandrima Roy lives in Jadavpur, Kolkata. A well-known professional performer on television and stage, she also holds a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from Jadavpur University. Her primary interests are Recitation and Program presenting and co-ordination, anchoring & script reading.

Read all about Chandrima and listen to her Bangla Kobita Abritti on WBRi.


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Audio: Radio Artiste Dr. Anindita Bhattacharya Presents Bengali Poem Recitation and Short Story Narrations

Dr. Anindita BhattacharyaWashington, DC, Feb 7, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) Dr. Anindita Bhattacharya was born and brought up in Tripura, a tiny state in beautiful northeastern India. Her mother encouraged her to participate in recitation competitions since  she was 5 years old. Thereafter she continued her involvement in recitation and elocution and received several awards including a gold medal in state elocution champainship.

Dr Bhattacharya  became a regular performer in All India Radio, Agartala and later in Akashvani, Kolkata and in several local television channels in Kolkata. She now conducts a Bengali Radio show on 1550AM every Sunday broadcasted from Fremont, California.

Dr. Bhattacharya lives in San Francisco with her husband and 3 year old son. Her audio podcasts can also be found at bengaliaudiobook.podbean.com.

Read all about Anindita and listen to her recitation and narration of Bengali short stories on WBRi.


Audio: Chaitali Dasgupta Marks Baishe Srabon with "Amar Jabar Belate" Recitation and Songs Bengali CD Release

Kolkata, Aug 5, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio) Perhaps no other poet celebrated life in his works as much as Rabindranath Tagore. Yet throughout his long life the poet was constantly hounded by a series of bereavements at regular intervals. He endured the deaths of Notun Bouthan Kadambari Debi, his wife Mrinalini Devi, his daughter Madhabilata and son Soumendranath.

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With his genius he transformed his personal grief into unique aesthetic creations. In a way, his life was a long tale of a brave struggle of a spiritual man trying to grapple with the problem of morality.

He has defined death by not accepting it as the final, futile end, but as an inseparable part of the cycle of life. Death has been depicted by him as the ultimate beloved, a friend.

Read all about the remarkable Bengali CD and listen free to clips online.

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Poetry Meets Cinema: ITI APU (Bengali, 2011) - A Tribute to Apu Trilogy: A Short Film On A Poem Recited by Soumitra Chatterjee

Washington DC, August 1, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio) You may have heard the wonderful poems written by Prithwiraj Choudhury recited by Bratati Banerjee and himself that we have featured before in this post. Prithwiraj recently got together with Mrigankasekhar Ganguly and they have created a short film directed by Mrigankasekhar based on the poem "Iti Apu" written by Prithwiraj and narrated by Saumitra Chatterjee, who played Apu in Satyajit Ray's iconic trilogy.

Watch the Bengali short film online.



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