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Priyanka Roy Banerjee
Attended University of Calcutta
Lives in Pune
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Aspiring author, Frequent Blogger, Book Critic, Freelance Editor
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Before the above titles, I was a PhD dropout in Soil Science from the US of A, which rather coerced me into switching gears and professions. Oh, and a little interestingly, I work in both English and my mother tongue Bengali.
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  • University of Calcutta
    M.Sc (Ag), 2003 - 2005
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  • Writer/Editor/Blogger, 2012 - present
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Hyderabad - Calcutta - Belfast - Gainesville - Quincy
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The year has been tumultuous for various reasons. And yet, sailing through turdy waves, I managed to read 50 books through the year. Few have been good, most have been lukewarm, and some have been …
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Review of +Himalaya Wellness Since 1930 foot care cream
This winter has been particularly harsh on my feet, resulting in a neverending search for effective foot care products. I’ve been trying out foot scrubs, salts, and creams which would return …
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I’ve been fortunate enough to be nestled into the world of Bangla Literature in my formative years. I had begun reading magazines and novels for children even before I turned ten. The joy of …
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I’ve been fortunate enough to be nestled into the world of Bangla Literature in my formative years. I had begun reading magazines and novels for children even before I turned ten. The joy of holding a freshly printed periodical magazine at least once a…
I’ve been fortunate enough to be nestled into the world of Bangla Literature in my formative years. I had begun reading magazines and novels for children even before I turned ten. The joy of …
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Blurb View: It is the 18th century and despite the dominant Mughal rule, the Maratha Confederacy has established itself as a force to be reckoned with in the Indian Subcontinent. The fragile peace between the two powers is threatened when Balaji…
Blurb View: It is the 18th century and despite the dominant Mughal rule, the Maratha Confederacy has established itself as a force to be reckoned with in the Indian Subcontinent. The fragile peace …
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This year has been good in terms of reading, though I couldn’t fulfill my target of 70 books. Nonetheless, combating reader’s block once in a while, I can safely assert that my reading mojo hasn’t gone anywhere. The lot had been a mixed one this year,…
This year has been good in terms of reading, though I couldn’t fulfill my target of 70 books. Nonetheless, combating reader’s block once in a while, I can safely assert that my reading …
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My favourite season, winter, is here. While it comes with a lovely nip in the air, deliciously fresh seasonal vegetables and fruits, sun-warmed pullovers and jackets, it also arrives with cracked h…
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This winter has been particularly harsh on my feet, resulting in a neverending search for effective foot care products. I’ve been trying out foot scrubs, salts, and creams which would return some softness to the horribly cracked soles. This trial of…
This winter has been particularly harsh on my feet, resulting in a neverending search for effective foot care products. I’ve been trying out foot scrubs, salts, and creams which would return …
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Kikira and his stories, a fictional Bengali magician and detective
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‘Love what you do, even if you’re not doing what you love.’ Do you love your work? Sadly, there aren’tRead More
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