• Archive: TRIBAL ART AND TRIBAL REPRESENTATION IN ART

    TMYS Facebook LIVE with global thought-leaders under TMYS Review June 2024, in collaboration with CAPI, University of Victoria. The book under the project will be available HERE in JUNE 2024. (I) TRIBAL ART (Organised by ANGANA BOSE) 1. Tribal Paintings: Creative Symbolism and Ecocritical Preservation Delegate Speakers: Siddharth Shankar Upadhyay Dushyant Dangi Manjula Poyil Meenakshi Dubey Pathak 2. Ethnographic Art: Socio-economic Development of Tribal Communities Delegate Speakers: …

  • Abstracts and Excerpts: TMYS Review December 2023

    Amazon India link for TMYS Review December 2023 will be available here. (Available worldwide via Amazon) ***************** NOTE FROM THE SERIES EDITOR by Dr. Sourav Banerjee ************** TMYS Review, a quarterly imprint of www.tellmeyourstory.biz (TMYS), began in 2020 with the vision of popularising stories from personal experiences and academic research. Diverse themes covered under TMYS Review are conscious about documenting women's history of a generation because for every subject, every …

  • Archive: Women Without Names

    Story Project 12: MOTHER, SISTER, WIFE, DAUGHTER - WOMEN WITHOUT NAMES. The book will be available via Amazon shortly. The panel discussions conducted under the project are as below: Moderated by Sourabhi Dutta Roy. 1. The House of Harmony: and the Women in the House Mona Verma, Harshali Singh, Ajay Jain 2. Women, Society and Women's Society Chris Mallika Bhadra, Vinati Bhola, Sapna Kedia 3. Spiritual Equality Akhaya Nayak, Rishabh C Kothari, Sai Swaroopa Iyer 4. Anonymous is a Woman Dr. Sourav …

  • Abstract & Excerpt: June 2023

    Amazon India link for TMYS Review June 2023 will be available here. (Available worldwide via Amazon) *** ************** NOTE FROM THE SERIES EDITOR by Dr. Sourav Banerjee ************** TMYS Review, a quarterly imprint of www.tellmeyourstory.biz (TMYS), began in 2020 with the vision of popularising stories from personal experiences and academic research. Diverse themes covered under TMYS Review are conscious about documenting women's history of a generation because for every subject, every top…

  • Archive: Letters From Santa

    Story Project 11: LETTERS FROM SANTA. The book will be available via Amazon shortly. The panel discussions conducted under the project are as below: Moderated by Gennia Nuh. Children’s Stories from the North East Speakers: Dr. Lopamudra Maitra Bajpai Subi Taba Dr. Shyamolima Saikia Cultural Leadership in Children Speakers: Dr. Sourav Banerjee, Sutapa Basu, Gayatri Vernacular Prose and Poetry for Indian Children Speakers: Haimanti Bagchi, Akhila Mohan CG, Smeetha Bhowmik Inducting Children into G…

  • DEVI: A Talk Series

    DEVI: A Talk Series Moderated by Haimanti Bagchi SATYA: The Revelation of Truth A panel discussion to explore the new released crime stories, the characters, the plots and the revelation of truth. The topic of divine revelation, has been a long standing and central focus in philosophical discussions, has been deep rooted in our culture and our discussions over morality. Sometimes the revelations are manifested, whereas some revelations are non manifestational. In short, the mortal life revolve…

  • Abstract & Excerpt: TMYS Review June 2022

    NOTE FROM THE SERIES EDITOR ************** by Dr. Sourav Banerjee TMYS Review is a quarterly imprint of www.tellmeyourstory.biz (TMYS). The first issue came out in 2020 with the vision of popularising stories arising from personal experiences and academic research. Diverse themes covered under TMYS Review are conscious about documenting women's history of a generation because for every subject, every topic, women have a different story to tell which points towards all those aspects that the soci…

  • Tantidhatri - A Concord of Feminine Energy

    “Mashima, how are you feeling today?” greeted Sharmishtha. Mallika, dressed in a crisp white saree with a blue border and sparkling pearl earrings, greeted Sharmistha with a toothless smile, the wrinkles sitting beautifully on her old face. She was busy searching for something on her table. “Oh dear, I am not able to find my dentures. Thank God you came!” Mallika said, staring at the mess on her table which was filled with boxes of medicines. Sharmistha smiled. “Here it is! You had kept it on th…


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