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<![CDATA[This podcast is created to connect people in Santiniketan, West Bengal, India, with people that are outside, but wish to maintain a link with the place, its culture, history and heritage.]]>
Recent Episodes for Santiniketan Podcast
DATE: Sun, 05 Sep 2010
SIZE: 16.2 MB
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Episode 213: Ravi Kuchimanchi, and Kalimohan Ghosh

A talk with Ravi Kuchimanchi and Somnath Mukherjee on starting an AID chapter, followed by 4 letters written by Rabindranath Tagore to Kalimohan Ghosh, from the book Kobi O Kormi by Purnananda chattopadhyay. Songs by Neela Mazumdar and from Chitrangada.

DATE: Mon, 23 Aug 2010
SIZE: 20.4 MB
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Episode 212: Subhomoy Ghosh and Rajshekhar Basu

Reading from Santiniketaner Chithi by Subhmoy ghosh of 28.8.53 and 12.9.53, and Atal Babur Antim Chinta by Prashuram. Songs and recitation by Suchitra Mitra, Arabindo Biswas, Tanaya Guha, Manabendra Mukherjee, Ramkumar Chatterjee and Pramita Mallick.

DATE: Mon, 23 Aug 2010
SIZE: 22.5 MB
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Episode 211: Tagore, Geddes, Mukherjee and Goldsmith

Tagore plays catalytic role in Geddess writing the introduction to Mukherjee's book, mentioning Goldsmiths poem on deserted village of 1770. Songs and recitation by Santideb Ghosh, Lopamudra Mitra, Phulomoni Dasi, Sumantra Sengupta, Pijushkanti Sarkar.

DATE: Mon, 16 Aug 2010
SIZE: 17.3 MB
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Episode 210: Talking with Sutapa Bhattacharya

A global adda between Tonu, Tapas Basu, Tamojir Ray and Sutapa Bhattacharya (Nina di) conducted on the 15th of August 2010. Songs by Vikram Singh, Prahlad Brahmachari, Phulomala Dasi, Sugata Sen and Basabi Dutta Roy.

DATE: Mon, 16 Aug 2010
SIZE: 17.9 MB
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Episode 209: Santiniketaner Chithi

Presenting 5 letters by Subhomoy Ghosh, from 20th June to 16th August 1953, published in Ananada Bazar Patrika. Songs by Kalim Sarafi, Sharmila Roy Pommot, Kanika Bandopadhyay, Indranil Sen, Ishita Ganguly and Mohan Singh.

DATE: Sun, 15 Aug 2010
SIZE: 14.3 MB
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Episode 208: Reba Roshadhi by Saradindu Bandopadhyay

Presenting Short story Reba Roshadhi by Saradindu Bandhopadhyay, based on historical background of the 13th century. Songs by Prabhat Pal, Firoza begum, Kartik Das Baul, Mistuni Roy Bevins, Ramkumar Chatterjee.

DATE: Fri, 13 Aug 2010
SIZE: 19.9 MB
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Episode 207: The Great White North

Anuradha Mitra covers a talk with Shyamali Khastagir, and the last Podcast of Nature Stories on the changing Canadian Arctic. Songs by Alpona Roy, Sandip Tagore and Japanese friends, Suchitra Mitra, Subinoy Roy, Pramita Mallick, Laisa Ahmed Lisa.

DATE: Tue, 10 Aug 2010
SIZE: 22.6 MB
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Episode 206: Ramachandra Guha on contemporary India

An interview of Ramachandra Guha by Chris Lydon of Radio Open Source, where Guha discusses the bright and the darker sides of India's past present and future. Songs by Suchitra Mitra, Aditi Mohsin, Amala Das, Anuttama Ghosh and Arghya Sen.

DATE: Mon, 09 Aug 2010
SIZE: 18.6 MB
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Episode 205: Connecting the dots on environment

Reading from two books, How much should a person consume by Ramachandra Guha and Dilemmas in Agriculture by Gorrepati Narendranath. Songs by Parvathi Baul, Sharmeen Omar, Rajewsari Dutta, and Rina Srimal.

DATE: Sun, 08 Aug 2010
SIZE: 16.6 MB
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Episode 204: Three books and a Kobi Gaan

Reciting a kobigan on Tagore geneology, and reading from three books related to Tagore and Santiniketan, by Kalyali Sur, Santideb Ghosh and Palit, Mitra and Bannerjee. Songs by Chintamoni Dasi, Tamojit Ray, Shyamali Sur, Purabi Mukherjee, Anjana Sen.

DATE: Sun, 25 Jul 2010
SIZE: 17.0 MB
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Episode 203: Tagore and Indo-Iranian Civilization

Prof Afshin Marashi speaks at UCLA on Rabindranath Tagore's visit to Iran in 1932 and an identity based on Indo-Iranian civilization. Recitation and songs by Tonu, Krishnachandra De, Basabi Dutta, Aloke Roychowdhury, Anuttama Ghosh, Arghya Sen.

DATE: Sat, 24 Jul 2010
SIZE: 18.2 MB
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Episode 202: Changing India from bottom up

Ravi Kuchimanchi at Wharton, Navi Raju at Cambridge and Katy Clark at PRI, speak about changing India at both top and bottom end. Songs from Santideb Ghosh, Aditi Mohsin, Abdul Aleem, Dhanajay Bhattacharya, Krishna Chatterjee and Arati Mukherjee

DATE: Wed, 21 Jul 2010
SIZE: 16.6 MB
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Episode 201: About residents of K plot, Sunderbans

Presenting a conference call involving Somnath Mukherjee of Boston and the residents of the Cyclone ravaged island of K Plot in the Sunderbans. Songs from Laisa Ahmed Lisa, Maya Sen, Hemanta Mukherjee, Tanaya Guha and Sugata Sen.

DATE: Mon, 19 Jul 2010
SIZE: 20.0 MB
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Episode 200: Double Hundredth Jogakhichuri

Covering items from Chinese media, Oriya Rabindrasangeet, RTI, orphan elephants of Africa to the plight of sunderbans residents and AID groups work in there. Songs by Tamojit Ray, Trupti Panda, Kanika Bannerjee, Pramita Mallick and Mohan Singh.

DATE: Sat, 26 Jun 2010
SIZE: 17.2 MB
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Episode 199: Bratin Biswas of CSRA, Surul, Birbhum

Michael Madusudan Dutta's exam paper discussed in Oxford. Bratin Biswas of Surul Cenre of Services in Rural Area talks on bringing sustainable agriculture back in Birbhum. Songs by Basabi Dutta Roy, Geeta Ghatak, Hemanta Mukherjee and Indranil Sen.

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Recent Comments for Santiniketan Podcast
Tapas Basu

Episode 212: Hello Tonu, I started listening to Podcast after a long break. Santinikataner Chithi is my favourite so I could not adhere in chronological order. In the first letter Hirenda's comment about Gurudev's ideology against Nationalism. was very true. I feel in a country during freedom fighting period to ignore narrow Nationalism by common people was difficult but Gurudev Rabindranath's thinking was much superior than that of then common Indians. Bhuluda's writing paints my mind the picture of my childhood in Patha Bhaban & Ashram life. That very Sangeet Bhaban stage was built in front of my eyes I still vividly remember. The paintings of Shilpacahrya Abanindranath & Nandalal is a National Heritage but very little so called literate, Cultured Citizens of India today fail to understand. Tanaya's poems, songs, & the singing was a joy to listen. I specially enjoyed the character descriptions was today's bangaalee babus. Parashuram's story added with your reading was not only a good humour but was very interesting few minutes. Songs by Late Suchitradi is immortal, & that from Tanaya, Ramkumar & lastly from Moni was excellent. Thank you for your efforts I congraulate you. Tapasda.

Submitted By: basutapas@... (on 3-2011)

Tapas Basu

Episode 212: Hello Tonu, I started listening to Podcast after a long break. Santinikataner Chithi is my favourite so I could not adhere in chronological order. In the first letter Hirenda's comment about Gurudev's ideology against Nationalism. was very true. I feel in a country during freedom fighting period to ignore narrow Nationalism by common people was difficult but Gurudev Rabindranath's thinking was much superior than that of then common Indians. Bhuluda's writing paints my mind the picture of my childhood in Patha Bhaban & Ashram life. That very Sangeet Bhaban stage was built in front of my eyes I still vividly remember. The paintings of Shilpacahrya Abanindranath & Nandalal is a National Heritage but very little so called literate, Cultured Citizens of India today fail to understand. Tanaya's poems, songs, & the singing was a joy to listen. I specially enjoyed the character descriptions was today's bangaalee babus. Parashuram's story added with your reading was not only a good humour but was very interesting few minutes. Songs by Late Suchitradi is immortal, & that from Tanaya, Ramkumar & lastly from Moni was excellent. Thank you for your efforts I congraulate you. Tapasda.

Submitted By: basutapas@... (on 3-2011)


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