Sayan, a journalist, has a peculiar assignment. His new editor has asked him to find out someone who has a vivid memory of Baishe Shraban, the date on which Rabindranath Tagore breathed his last. Sayan succeeds in tracing a nonagenarian woman whose life was profoundly influenced by the death of the poet. Though he refrains from publishing the interview, he discovers Rabindranath’s influence is as strong in 2015 as it was in 1941 on those who read his works. Listen to the end of this story by Sourabh Mukhopadhyay; otherwise you will really miss a wonderful story.

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