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When Kamala comes to know through the detailed letter where Ramesh had confessed everything to Hemnalini that the life she has been living with Ramesh was but an enormous lie, she reflects on her transgression and is left abashed.

All that she had imbued of the tradition and her deep- rooted sense of devotion for no other than her husband leaves her determined to end her life by drowning herself.

Knowing that Nalinaksha is her husband, Kamala turns all her devotion towards him and his widowed mother, her mother —in-law, killing the budding love she had experienced for Ramesh. The only purpose that remains in her life now is to serve Nalinaksha.

The novel thus also puts to question the blind devotion that the social dictates of Hindu matrimony claims from the wife. But there can be no universal answer to questions like these.

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The story is set in It opens in the upper-class Bengali home of Annadababu where the son, a social reformer, is about to go off to England to study law and the daughter, dressed in old fashioned gorgeous sari, sings Rabindrasangeet. Introducing Tagore as a character in his own text is a masterstroke of the director, so is the introduction of the Bhawal Sanyasi case that sets the movie in a definite time period and also carries definite parallels with the plot.

Such parallels are also evoked by the reference to Shakuntala. Further, the reference to poet Michael Madhusudan Dutt serves the purpose.

The lie that we lived? Or the true one?

It offered her space for the first time to express herself and her love for Ramesh. All that she had imbibed of the popular Hindu tradition makes her feel mortified for having approached someone who is not her husband. Kamala decides to commit suicide out of shame.

She is finally saved and placed in the household of Nalinaskha which she conceives as her true place of servitude. She serves her husband and her widowed mother-in-law until her identity is disclosed.

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Datta who started writing for The Statesman as a school-goer in the early s has released the first volume of this series to commemorate the passage of years since when the then year-old Rabindranath Tagore took the Literature Nobel outside the European continent for the first time since its inception in In the year , famed actress, director and writer Arundhati Devi who had grown up in Tagore's Santiniketan had made a Bengali film based on Tagore's Megh O Roudra with Manna Dey in charge of the music department.

However, the six translations comprising the book Select Translations of Rabindranath Tagore: Volume I are not just based on their sources but are faithful to Tagore's original works.

Volume II of this book is not expected to be available until late One of the sections of that volume is likely to be an English translation of Tagore's Europe-Pravasir Patra which has been already completed and is already available as an eBook with site site and Apple's iBookstore.

In fact all six translations of volume I first made their appearance as eBooks.

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In —exactly years after Tagore became the first non-white to win the Nobel Prize for literature—they were compiled and four editions were brought out carrying the exact same content.

While two of these are standard editions, the other two are large print editions for visually impaired readers and are priced at par with the standard editions despite greater printing cost due to the very large fonts used—the body text being in 18pt Tahoma.

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There are two standard editions and two large print editions to enable downloaders to pay in their preferred currency or download from their preferred website and printer. The standard Indian edition can be directly downloadd from this web page by clicking the download button above. One can pay in Indian currency for both the Indian editions and there are online as well as offline payment options the latter including payment by crossed cheque.

Excerpts from this press release may be quoted without altering the meaning or context.

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The translations themselves may not be distributed without the permission of the translator who holds the copyright. Satyajit Ray had cinematically adapted two of the Bengali sources of these translations, viz.

Finally and Missing My Bejeweled. The other three stories in this anthology are Haimanti: Datta who started writing for The Statesman as a school-goer in the early s has released the first volume of this series to commemorate the passage of years since when the then year-old Rabindranath Tagore took the Literature Nobel outside the European continent for the first time since its inception in In the year , famed actress, director and writer Arundhati Devi who had grown up in Tagore's Santiniketan had made a Bengali film based on Tagore's Megh O Roudra with Manna Dey in charge of the music department.

However, the six translations comprising the book Select Translations of Rabindranath Tagore: Volume I are not just based on their sources but are faithful to Tagore's original works.

Volume II of this book is not expected to be available until late One of the sections of that volume is likely to be an English translation of Tagore's Europe-Pravasir Patra which has been already completed and is already available as an eBook with site site and Apple's iBookstore.

In fact all six translations of volume I first made their appearance as eBooks. In —exactly years after Tagore became the first non-white to win the Nobel Prize for literature—they were compiled and four editions were brought out carrying the exact same content. While two of these are standard editions, the other two are large print editions for visually impaired readers and are priced at par with the standard editions despite greater printing cost due to the very large fonts used—the body text being in 18pt Tahoma.

There are two standard editions and two large print editions to enable downloaders to pay in their preferred currency or download from their preferred website and printer.

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Rabindranath Tagore was more than a storyteller, mystic poet, composer, playwright and philosopher all rolled into one.In fact, she had a complete picture of each one of them painted in her little heart.

With many of Tagore's stories, there has been more than one translation by more than one translator.

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