Pritam Banikk

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My 2017 summary

Hey there, I’m gonna talk about how this year went and what I’m looking forward to in the coming year. So this year it started with a boom. I lost a couple of friends..actually most of them. I’m not sure... Continue Reading →

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Two Digit less Love

  Aniq, the narrator in a very thoughtful mood gets into a cab and asks the cab driver to take him to Pune. The young man driving the cab asks Aniq if there’s something wrong with him, he hesitates to... Continue Reading →

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Death or Dignity

I've known a wounded lion and this is his life story, not a cliche Bollywood tale. What I'm trying to write is not inspired from the 90's films where the protagonist is the son of a gangster who falls in... Continue Reading →

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Vision India 2020

I had shared this post on Facebook last December to tell my friends that the temporary problems between India and Pakistan should not be disrupt them from the vision of India 2020 as dreamt by Dr. Kalam Way back when... Continue Reading →

A coin in Good faith!

For readers outside India: Eunuchs have a different lifestyle in India and is basically consider abnormal. They are not given the opportunities that any other normal person enjoys. Although, it's a superstitious belief that their blessings are good and really... Continue Reading →

Quotes from the book, Two Digit Less Love.

This book has some beautiful quotes, I'm saying this not because I wrote this book but I've lived almost a year writing this 90 page book. It's a fictional romance plotted in India. Aniq narrates the story of his past... Continue Reading →

I’m afraid if I’ll ever be able to ask these questions to anyone but myself. 

I'm depressed. I'm not sure.  I don't understand why my mom put me down that day and never picked me up again. I try to ask her but she might never be able to tell me the reason, I'm afraid... Continue Reading →

I bought my daughter a new dress after two years

Yesterday, I was able to buy a new dress for my daughter after two years. While I handed sixty pieces of five taka note to the seller, he yelled at me by asking if I am a beggar. My daughter... Continue Reading →

Nobody should be lost

I'm a rare traveller, but for the last couple of months I've taken up transversing frequently between the stations of Kolkata and Siliguri. I've always learnt that a coin has two sides, and history has it whenever someone tried to... Continue Reading →

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