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Personal blog by Indrajit Roy Choudhury for anything, but
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Warka Vase | One of the earliest examples of narrative art
Warka Vase | One of the earliest examples of narrative art
The Warka Vase, a.k.a. the Uruk Vase, a carved alabaster stone vessel, is one of the earliest surviving works of narrative relief sculpture. It was found in the temple complex of the Sumerian goddeâ...
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Interesting Facade of Inanna’s Temple
Interesting Facade of Inanna’s Temple
There was a section of the facade of the temple of Inanna at Uruk. A wall of baked bricks with buttresses and recesses. This wall was a section of the front facade the temple of the goddess Inanna â...
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Cruise | Sunset on the river Hooghly
Cruise | Sunset on the river Hooghly
Kolkata, the City of Joy, is known for its cultural significance. The 350-year old metropolis boasts of a rich heritage and several popular landmarks that exude a distinct charm. As the sun sets, p...
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A fiction yet to be titled
A fiction yet to be titled
I have started writing a fictional story. This is the first part of it. The other parts will follow as I write each part. I haven’t finalised the title and may decide later as the story develop...
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Just another story
Just another story
A man was weeping while drawing some kinds of symbol on the ground with blood. Every time he drew a symbol he went to one of the corpses littered around him and dipped his finger into the blood soaâ...
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Sarangi | A monk and a Minister
Sarangi | A monk and a Minister
The monk who never owned a Ferrari and defeated one who campaigned in Ferrari. The poorest Member of Parliament of India, Pratap Chandra Sarangi, who spent the least amount of money in his electionâ...
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