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Agnijaat Book 9, 25she boisakh 1426, 7th May 2019

Agnijaat Book 9, 25she boisakh 1426, 7th May 2019
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This quarterly contains next set of SOS- survival skills adapted and suggested by authoress in this strange world of ours! Just personal opinions about life, people and living well! There are as many illustrations as essays to colour things up! Hope they will impress you.

Agnijaat is a monthly English Ezine that works as an outlet to Miss Sharmishtha Basu’s hyperactive muse. She tries to make the Ezines as versatile as possible. This Quarterly contains a section of the Ezine and it will give you slight hint about the contents of the monthly Ezines.

You know these are Sharmishtha Basu’s copyrighted things. So, if you want to use them use them, just add my blog link (https://agnijaat.wordpress.com), if you want to sell them make me the offer. My contact details are at the end of the book.

Drop a few lines after reading, sharing your opinion!

Wishing you the very best!
Sharmishtha Basu
7.5.19
As Tagore’s birthday falls on 7th/8th or 9th May I have picked up 7th for all Boisakh issues even though I use the name 25th boisakh they are not always 25th boisakh.

Thursday Fun n Frolics 27.2.20

Why is it so that honourless people
never honour anyone?
They cower before superiors
or they flatter them like slaves.

They snigger at their equals
looking for a chance to boast
or showing that they are better.
Never admitting they are equals!

When amongst people of lower rank
they become disrespectful.
Sometimes downright abusive
always dying to insult.

Too often have I seen this trait
people who shoot upward by chance
are always overzealous
to prove everyone else inferior.

They taunt, mock with greatest ease
finding fault, mistakes is easier for them.
Always eager to appear superior
too much miserly to show honour.

Is it their origin, past devoid of honour
stops them from honouring others?
Or is it their fear of losing rules them
and they become over-eager to be superior?

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Some of these poems have been removed, some are still in the book this year, the contents keep changing from 2018, and will change every year. Hope you like the style, if you do the link is added below in case you want to check out the book.

Moments from the journey

Agnishatdal Boisakh 1426, April 2019

Agnishatdal Boisakh 1426, April 2019
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Authors of Agnishatdal : Boisakh 1426

Agnishatdal is an English monthly Ezine blessed with selfless affection of its creative group, these selfless authors, artists have shared their wonderful creation for free and no matter how much I try to thank them for this gift, it will be nothing! Here they are (No order please, just the names as they appeared in mind) :

Brieuc Martin Onraet https://equinoxio21.wordpress.com
Dominic Collucci: https://zendom777.wixsite.com/mysite-2
Raghunandan Kuppuswamy https://ksriranga.wordpress.com
Troy David Loy http://troythulu.net 
Pat Ritter http://www.patritter.com.au
Juliette Roques: https://helsinkibudapest.wordpress.com
Freya Pickard: https://purehaiku.wordpress.com
Robert Sherriff: http://www.robert-sherriff.com/
Lisa Ojanpera
Citizen Null
Bitter Pill
and
Sharmishtha Basu

Agnishatdal Boisakh brings stories serious and fun, poem, beautiful artworks, essays about world, India, Bengal, and cartoons & 2 new faces.

Agnimalya book 10 Tall tales of fair folks 1 in shoptly

Agnimalya book 10 Tall tales of fair folks 1 in shoptly
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Agnimalya Book 10 is all about fair folks, fairies, goblins, mermaids, it is a fun take on them. No offense meant. If you stumble upon this humble piece of work o fair folks forgive the authoress for her silly words. Hope you will enjoy the story- I absolutely loved writing them!

As for you readers, you will read stories that have a soft corner for fair folks mostly, after all the authoress always hoped to encounter a benevolent one, still does! In this one you will read about elves, dragons, genies, mermaids, giants and dwarves. Bon appetite!

As you all know these are my creations, copyrighted works, you are free to use them as long as you treat them as my property-mention my name as the creator and leave a link to my blog (https://agnijaat.wordpress.com) and inform me with the details of your use (non-profit) or discuss the financial side if you like them enough to publish them in your ezine, blog etc to sell. Just let me know!
Happy Reading!
With best regards and wishes.
Sharmishtha Basu
25.4.19
You can buy the book(s) from here too : https://Shoptly.com/sharmishthabasu

Agnikorak 8 Summer Serenade in shoptly

Agnikorak 8 Summer Serenade in shoptly
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Agnikorak Book 8 contains a set of haikus revolving around summer, there are a few that have strayed from the genre but majority are about summer.

Agnikorak is a book dedicated to illustrated poetry, at present only short forms or formless ones, like Haiku, Senru, Seven, Seventeen, Quatrain, later I may add bigger poems and illustrations. Don’t be misguided by the names of my books, their names are Indian (Sanskrit/Hindi/Bengali) but the books are almost 99% English. If there is something vernacular in them that is with English Translation.

Hope these books created with lot of love and enthusiasm will win your heart and make them successful! If you have any suggestions drop me a line, my contact details are included in end of every book.

These books don’t follow any specific genres, if/when they will I will share that in the description.

Enjoy!

Agnijaat Boisakh 1426, April 2019 in shoptly

Agnijaat Boisakh 1426, April 2019 in shoptly:
https://shoptly.com/i/fq5

Agnijaat is a monthly English Ezine that follows Bengali Calendar. You will get lots of illustrations, poems, stories, thoughts, light and serious essays, cartoons, a dash of spiritualism in this ezine, every month. I try to keep it as versatile as possible because I love creating different types of things! So when it comes to writing or painting I play by the same rule.

Agnijaat Boisakh brings artworks, essays, stories and cartoons for you. Contents are as versatile as possible! Check them out!

If you want to read it you can try one of these methods:

To subscribe:

1. You will have to pay via paypal https://paypal.me/sharmishthabasu and send me your email id sermistabasu@gmail.com informing me about your payment and how many issues you want to buy. I will send you your Ezines in that email id.

2. Or you can buy the issues directly from https://shoptly.com/sharmishthabasu after I put them up there each month.

They cost $1.00 each issue.

3. You can also become my patron here: https://patreon.com/sharmishthabasu to read them, the site will allow you to download.

4. Or buy the books directly from me https://www.paypal.me/sharmishthabasu (don’t forget to mention the book you are paying for in case you use paypal @ sermistabasu@gmail.com) I will send you the pdf file of the book. They cost $1.00 each issue.

Drop me a line after reading them!

Agnishatdal Chaitra 1425, March 2019

Agnishatdal Chaitra 1425, March 2019
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Authors of Agnishatdal Chaitra 1425

Agnishatdal is an English monthly Ezine blessed with selfless affection of its creative group, these selfless authors, artists have shared their wonderful creation for free and no matter how much I try to thank them for this gift, it will be nothing! Here they are (No order please, just the names as they appeared in mind) :

Brieuc Martin Onraet https://equinoxio21.wordpress.com
Dominic Collucci: https://zendom777.wixsite.com/mysite-2
Raghunandan Kuppuswamy https://ksriranga.wordpress.com
Troy David Loy http://troythulu.net 
Doug Hemmingplay http://hemmingplay.com,
Juliette Roques: https://helsinkibudapest.wordpress.com
Freya Pickard: https://purehaiku.wordpress.com
Lisa Ojanpera
Zelda
Bitter Pill
and
Sharmishtha Basu