Agnishatdal is a collection of variety of literary work and art. One can find a mixture of mythological information, poems, interviews, photographs and digital paintings- all at one place- in this 122 page- long ezine. The opening note of the editor Sharmishtha Basu gives a brief insight about creating something beautiful. One can find an intelligent arrangement of digital paintings amidst the literary works. We can get to know about Rabindranath Tagore and Abanindranath Tagore. Then comes the section of stories, reflections and thoughts as illustrated by a well crafted digital painting by the creator herself.
An article entitling ‘A smile amidst the crowd’ by Vishal Bheeroo can be seen as an inaugural one. It’s about an experience of the author meeting a stranger, a 9-year-old girl (might be a child labour),who smiled back at him confidently when he tried to a smile to show his sympathy.
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