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Bimalangshu Das


“The story in itself deals with the world of decisions, the world of values and the world of greed” Kolkata, it is a city beyond city, it is a city of dreams, it is the city of joy, it is the city of festivals, of monuments, of culture, of history, of heritage. In this city there are three railway stations: Kolkata, Howrah and the Sealdah railway station, with all of them being one of the busiest railway stations in the country. The story now shifts to a place called Mankiran, a place in the South-24-Parganas district of West Bengal, here lives a man called Ashraful Gazi, who is the main character of the story. Ashraful hails from a poor family, his father was the Imam of the local mosque who died when Ashraful was three, his mother single-handedly raised Ashraful and his brothers by working in a biscuit factory. Growing…