“Saptoparno” by Shri Indrajit Maitra; Dwiteeyo Khanda, Triteeyo Paricched

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  1. Shubhashis Mitra says:

    Gripping tale! It is great to find Kankalitila and Bolipur come into the picture in history. Did not know that Basistha Dev was involved with Suratheswar or Supur of modern times. The “tarapur’ mentioned here should be the ‘Tarapith’ of modern times?
    It will be great to have a re-glimpse into the whole story when completed. Now, I am getting some idea about the culmination of great spiritual thoughts at Chatimtala.

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