Wednesday, September 15, 2010

The Upside-down laws of Hobuchandra

 This is from an editorial piece I wrote for the Bengali daily, Sakalbela, dated August 29, 2010.  You can click on the image for a larger print.  For those who have no clue who Hobu and Gobu Chandra are, check with your grandparents, or see Ranajit Goswami's notes here.

I hope someone will come forward to translate it so that it can be shared with those who cannot read Bengali.  You can email me by clicking here.

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  1. bapi is amazed.I am not as i know what all can happen if u r computer savvy.But sufficiently impressed as i cant do it .when i have a little time i will try to translate it MDG

  2. very interesting!

    what is the antonym of feminist?

  3. A very interesting post and comment thread (which I too came across on googling antonym of feminism!!) can be found here.

  4. Hi Surojit and Manju, do you remember Manjari Mukerji from Darjeeling? So happy to locate you and to discover your active and writing! I am manjari Chatterji and teach at U Wisconsin. let's get in touch


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