walking a long way

not able to sense not able to see not able to feel not able to speak not able to touch not able to write not able to feel not able to feel not able to know not able to talk not able to go not able to be free not able to be happy not able to give away not able to make not able express not bale to be suppressed not able to be envied not able to be glad not able to be afraid not able to ruin not able to kill not able to be free not able to know not able to write not able to work not able to earn not able to feel not able to be pained not able be glad not able to be connected not able to be burdened not able to be free not able to go away not able to be happy not able to run not able to walk not able to be free not able to be happy not able to be happy not able to be happy not bale to be happy not able to be ecstatic not able to be eclectic not able to make not able to to be aroused not able to be erotic not able to be connected not able to be unbound not able to be wavy not able to be wreck less not able to be full not able to be half not able to eat not able to swallow not able to be golden not able to be fair not able to fuck not able to kiss not able to love not able laugh not able sing not able read not able to run not able to feel fine not able to go beyond not able to break the wall not able to write a complete love letter.

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The Tragedy of A Relationship

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In August 2000, Ravi Shankar’s first wife, the reclusive surbahar virtuoso Annapurna Devi, did her only interview in 60 years with me in which she spoke about her torturous marriage and the tragic life of their son Shubho. Originally published in Man’s World, it was rediscovered by a journalist in December 2012 after the demise of Pandit Ravi Shankar. Since then, the story of Annapurna Devi has gone viral logging in over 10k Likes on Facebook and 900 shares. It’s an amazing, unforgettable story of a rare modern-day musician mystic.

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In the Hindustani classical music fraternity, Annapurna Devi’s genius is part of a growing mythology. The daughter of the great Ustad Allauddin Khan, the sister of Ustad Ali Akbar Khan and the divorced wife of Pandit Ravi Shankar, she is considered to be one of the greatest living exponents of both the surbahar and the sitar.

The tragedy is that…

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রূপবানের সাথে ঠোঁটকাটার কথোপকথন

ঠোঁটকাটাকে সাক্ষাত্কার দেয়ার সময় বের করার জন্য ধন্যবাদ। শুরুতেই রূপবান নিয়ে প্রশ্ন করতে চাই। আপনাদের উদ্যোগ ও একত্রিত হওয়ার প্রেক্ষাপট সম্পর্কে একটু বলুন। ‍ ধন্যবাদ আপনাকেও। ভালোবাসার স্বাধীনতা ও অ…

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Sudarshana showed why actors need to play different roles

Surangoma The king and the dark chamber by Rabindranath Thakur
Surangoma
The king and the dark chamber by Rabindranath Thakur

If you are ambitious in acting or want to be known or sometimes want to boost your self ego which is natural in this country where you even don’t get proper repurcassion from your audience and more importantly even in your 30s you don’t earn a single penny from what you love to do then a central cast becomes very important. So for me Sudarshana in Raja was very important to do. After 8 long months of rehearsal and practice I was informed that for some reason I am not eligible for it. I was hurt, cross, hungry for Sudarshana.

But later when I did Surangama I felt as a actor I needed to do this role. This role has shown me my other flare. So I was always a proxy actor in all of my careers and thats how I survived.