Amrita Chowdhury

Amrita Chowdhury is an aspiring scholar on slavery in the Indian Ocean World and a writer since the age of sixteen. Her articles have been published in 'Perspectives', 'The Criterion' and a short story is due to be published in 'Papercuts'. While she currently spends her afternoon with her imaginary cat, she also enjoys gardening, cooking, drawing and painting, speaking in Indian accented French, trying her hand at Web design and travelling (the genes of it, she considers as a gift from her Burma born Indian mother).

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More than sixty years after its premier, Pather Panchali (Song of the little road) continues to win the hearts of people with its simple yet complex depiction of the human soul. A directional debut of Satyajit Ray, the film is considered the harbinger of a new era of social cinema. …
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There is nothing more meaningful in life than to pursue the path of development and betterment. It is through constant improvement that we get the most out of our lives. Sometimes it is natural to get lost a bit too much in counting our blessings and sweep the problems under the carpet, …
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Much before the time human beings started calling themselves as 'Human Beings', the need and search for the Energy that can be converted into various mechanical forms, from the power of muscle energy to the turning of wheel, all the way to the discovery of fire, energy has stayed and …
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