The roads in rural Bengal are usually rural
The village of Akabaka through the village
It's gone. With which the village of Bengal
People move. If you are tired of the tree next to it
The shadows go and rest. Resulting in people
With slippery roads on rainy days
He faced various problems while walking. That
Yet people have no other choice.
But this is so dear to the people of the village
Walking along the side of the road
In the fall, various natural beauties. I like the best. Walking along the dirt road of the village.
I am reading the story of Shodhamini Mallar while studying in college. Not only is it beautiful, but there are some things in it that add to the darkness that is ruining the village environment. One of the reasons is that Village Politics Rural politics is seen in many cases. If there is anything like dark yoga with lati sota kuch bhallam, then there is oppression in the name of Shalish. Name politics and prejudice will end when the rate of home-based education increases