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Journalist Deepak Acharjee opens book cover of novel, “Sesh Mohonay” at Ekushe Book Fair

Puspita Acharjee

Published: 12:52, 24 February 2024

Update: 12:53, 24 February 2024

Journalist Deepak Acharjee opens book cover of novel, “Sesh Mohonay” at Ekushe Book Fair

Deepak Kumar Acharjee, editor of ‘The South Asian Times’, also a writer, has opened a novel “Shesh Mohonay” at the “Cover Opening Centre” of Bangla Academy in the book fair on Friday.   After opening the cover of the novel, Deaapak Kumar Acharjee said that the Shesh Mohonay is a  romantic novel written by Samiron Halder.

“It is well written and everyone will like it,” he said.

He said, several employees in different sectors are indulging themselves in writings besides their professional work to enrich the Bengali literature.

Mr. Acharjee is hoping that this novel, “Sesh Mohonay” will receive the best seller book in the Ekushe book fair.

In the novel, the author has beautifully portrayed teenage life where we first experience our first love. Painting a vivid picture of younger age, capturing the delicate beauty and awkward innocence of first love. We follow the journey of Mitali, whose world changes as a friendship blossoms into something deeper. The author portrays the joy and excitement of newfound love, the nervous butterflies in the stomach, the stolen glances across the classroom, and the shared secrets whispered under the moonlight.

However, the novel doesn't shy away from the bittersweet nature of teenage love. We witness the inevitable challenges, misunderstandings, and heartbreaks that come with navigating this new and complex emotion. Which is about learning to navigate the complexities of love, loss, and self-discovery.

The author also blends imagination with the harsh realities of society. Where the imagination meets reality, and how the hopeless love that was once heavenly becomes life’s biggest tragedy.

Overall, it is a heartwarming and relatable experience that will resonate with anyone who remembers the unique experience of teenage love. It's a reminder of the beauty and pain, the joy and tears, and the unforgettable experiences that shaped our lives in those formative years.

Among other, poet, writer, and entrepreneur Jashimuddin Joy, Publisher of the novel Md. Nazmul Islam, publisher of Morium Publishing House, attended the novel cover ceremony.

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