Most of Rabindranath Tagore’s popular stories drift towards sad endings like separation and sometimes death. One might get the feeling that all his stories are tragic. But the fact is, ...On March 27, 2016 / By DurgaS
Based on Tagore’s hilarious play Shesh Rokkha (Saved at the end), Dhai aakhar prem ke is a laugh riot. A story written around poetry sessions, squabbles between couples, ...On March 3, 2016 / By DurgaS
At the onset, the outline of the story, Dui Bon (Two sisters) reminds one of the story of Nashtanirh (The Broken Nest), but with the genders of the ...On February 15, 2016 / By DurgaS
The Stories of Rabindranath Tagore continued, some linked and some independent of the previous or the following stories. What remained constant is the way Tagore has woven the ...On October 27, 2015 / By DurgaS
A simple story with not too many drastic twists, but what happens during the course of time, changes the lives of a married couple forever. An unlikely love ...On August 14, 2015 / By DurgaS
Epic Channel’s Stories by Rabindranath Tagore are now showcasing short stories written by the great legend. Although, these are different stories set in different times and towns, Anurag ...On July 23, 2015 / By DurgaS
Two friends, mad about love and writing, decided it was time to start something new.