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Ganga: An Endless Journey

 
Sarbani Putatunda (Translator) Chanchal Kumar Ghose (Author)
Synopsis

Ganga is the soul of India. The 2, 525-km long river originating from gaumukh in the Himalayas and merging with the ocean at the confluence of gangasagar is the cradle of Indian civilisation. Innumerable cities, villages and temples have sprouted on its Banks, converting the entire stretch into a pilgrimage. The author Chanchal Kumar ghost has covered The length of this riverbank during his epic journey across India. His insight has enabled him to perceive the pulsating spiritual existence of Indian culture, thriving gloriously down the ages on the banks of the Ganga. The people he has interacted with and the stories he has heard have further enriched the narrative. His photographs have vividly captured the very essence of India’s culture and heritage. This visually resplendent book is a testimony to the intrinsic spirit of the Ganga – The spirit of continuity, the spirit of love and reverence.

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About the author

Sarbani Putatunda

Sarbani Putatunda, Ph.D. in English, is basically an academician who has spent her entire professional tenure in teaching English to students of all levels. Presently she is employed in a reputed girls college of North Kolkata. She is also pursuing research work both on Shakespeare and on Indo-Anglian writings. She has a number of research papers to her credit published in various literary journals. In addition, she has translated a Bengali book Autobiography of Padmasree Manna Dey which is in the pipeline for publication.

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Bibliographic information

Title Ganga: An Endless Journey
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2019
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Niyogi Books
Language: English
isbn 9789389136227
length 284p., Ilustrations., ( (Black and White)., Maps (Black and White and Colour)., 1 Map., (Colour); 23cm.