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Amita Ray
Amita Ray, a former associate professor in English is based in Kolkata. She is a translator, short story writer and poet. She has three volumes (one in collaboration) of translations of noted Bengali authors to her credit. She translated Abanindranath Tagore's Khirer Putul which has been widely acclaimed and inducted into the academic currriculum. Her collection of short stories titled Trail of Love and Longings was published in 2021. Until Birds Sing is her debut collection of poems.
Books by Amita Ray
Dwipantarer Katha (Life of Prisoners in Cellular Jail)

Dwipantarer Katha: The Story of Deportation (An Account of the Life of Political Prisoners in Cellular Jail) by the noted freedom-fighter Barindra Kumar Ghosh is a historical documentation of the transportation and the stay of the prisoners in the Cellular Jail in the Andamans during British rule in India. It documents the hardships endured by the freedom fighters who struggled to make India get independence.

The Bengali original has been translated by Amita Ray bringing it to a wider readership.

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