Monthly Archives: May 2015

Review: Realm of Understanding

Do read a fresh review of The Reverse Tree by Sujan Bhattacharya.

Literary Yard

By: Sujan Bhattacharya

The Reverse Tree Front

Presently Kiriti Sengupta is one of the most prolific literary activists in and around Kolkata (India). You may wonder why I’ve termed a competent young author to be an activist! Is it not an attempt of undervaluing him? This is the term that suits Sengupta better than any other self-proclaimed individual. History suggests every author remains focused on the development of individual identity. Sengupta thinks a bit differently. He is certainly busy with his own creations, but at the same time he has taken up his agenda of translating a few Bengali poets into English to make the English speaking population conversant with the rich treasure of Bengali poetry. He has co-edited three widely acclaimed poetry anthologies that involved many global poets of much renown. None would differ that such a combination of activities uplifts an author to the level of a missionary, a self-devised protagonist. In spite…

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An Interview with Kirti Sengupta

Read my interview as published at The Fox Chase Review and Reading Series, Philadelphia [Pennsylvania].

Fox Chase Review

Global Dimension To Bengali Poetry

Interview by Anit Mukerjea

kiriti 5Kiriti Sengupta, a Dental Surgeon and graduate of the University of North Bengal is also the author of other bestselling titles: My Glass Of Wine, a novelette based on autobiographic poetry, and The Reverse Tree, a nonfictional memoir. His other works include My Dazzling Bards [literary critique], The Reciting Pens [interviews of three published Bengali poets along with translations of their Bengali poems], The Unheard I [literary nonfiction], Desirous Water [contributed as a translator], Poem Continuous – Reincarnated Expressions [contributed as a translator]. Sengupta’s works have received critical acclaim Sengupta has also co-edited three anthologies of poetry; Scaling Heights, Jora Sanko – The Joined Bridge, and Epitaphs. His latest creative venture Healing Waters Floating Lamps is a collection of philosophical verses that delves into the magic of healing, complimented by photographs that are eye-catching. While appreciating…

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Review: Healing Waters Floating Lamps

Review: Healing Waters Floating Lamps.

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Review: Healing Waters Floating Lamps

Do read a review of my book of verses: Healing Waters Floating Lamps. Heartfelt thanks to my reviewer Soma Roy.

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By: Soma Roy


This book of poems by Dr. Kiriti Sengupta is elegant and is a pleasure to hold. The depth of the richness of the images of the Floating Lamps invites the reader to explore further and accompany the Poet on his journey Beyond The Eyes.

This collection has the following lines on its open page before the table of contents and these successfully sets the tone for the rest of the book –

On the ascending shoots

Your fear matures

A few apprehensions as well

Your roots hold it tighter

Desperately deeper

And much deeper rests your God.

The poems are imbued with spirituality and philosophy, entwined with a refined sense of command over the intended contents. This we feel when the Poet writes-

And as soon as he spotted the third eye

My spirit echoed

I fell in love with myself

With the sole existence


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Living Inside by Gopal Lahiri: A Review

Living Inside by Gopal Lahiri: A Review.

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