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After nearly two hundred short stories have been written over the past forty years, it is at least irrelevant in my opinion to have the incarnation of ‘contextual’ today to explain me or my story. Yet judging from the other point of view, it would not seem so irrelevant.Those who have discussed some of the architecture of the Utkaliya temple will probably know … The fame is engraved on the outside of each temple. This ‘fame’ is a brief form of the deity established in the temple.Seeing the ‘kirtimukh’ reveals the form of the temple — Shaiva, Shakta or Vaishnavism. As the ‘glorious face’ of this collection of stories only the incarnation of ‘contextually’ here.
Some of the stories included in the story are from the seventies All of this was published in various magazines such as ‘Tomorrow’, Samabesh, ‘Nabarabi’ and ‘Manas’. On this occasion, I would like to thank the editors of those magazines.Sociologically, the seventh decade of the current century is a period of terrible epoch-making that began in the late fifth century. Money became the meaning of life in the seventh decade.Politics was trading … prostitution.A handful of money-laundering Vaishya and a group of money-hungry Shudra came together in the party … Politics went on. Naturally its response began to be reflected in the ‘best of luck’ justice in public life and values.That obscene painting in ‘Mansara Konark’ is justified …”When all my life today is obscene … what’s the point of accusing me of being obscene?” In fact the stories embedded in it are just one copy of the various approaches of those terrible seventies, one by one.
|Binding Type||Hard Cover|
|Publisher||Cuttack Students’ Store|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1|
|Printing||Sangeeta Printers, Cuttack|
|Layout Design||Minakshi DTP, Cuttack|