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Amar Mitra (born 30 August 1951) is an eminent writer in Bengali living in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. A student of Chemistry, he has been working for the Land Reforms Department of The Government of West Bengal. He was awarded with Sahitya Akademi Award for his novel Dhurbaputra (Bengali: ধ্রুবপুত্র) in 2006. He has also received the Bankim Puraskar from Government of West Bengal for his novel, Aswacharit (Bengali: অশ্বচরিত) in 2001. Currently, he is the editor of Bengali print magazine Katha Sopan. Amar Mitra started writing very early in his youth and his first short collection was published in 1978. By now, he has authored 30 novels, 4 books for children and 10 collections of short stories.

About Amar Mitra

Amar Mitra (born 30 August 1951) is an eminent writer in Bengali living in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. A student of Chemistry, he has been working for the Land Reforms Department of The Government of West Bengal. He was awarded with Sahitya Akademi Award for his novel Dhurbaputra (Bengali: ধ্রুবপুত্র) in 2006. He has also received the Bankim Puraskar from Government of West Bengal for his novel, Aswacharit (Bengali: অশ্বচরিত) in 2001. Currently, he is the editor of Bengali print magazine Katha Sopan. Amar Mitra started writing very early in his youth and his first short collection was published in 1978. By now, he has authored 30 novels, 4 books for children and 10 collections of short stories.

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Chronicle of a Horse: Part II

Amar Mitra won the Sahitya Akademi award in 2006 for his novel Dhruva Putra. He also won the Katha award

Deed of Gift: Amar Mitra

Deed of Gift (drafted by Sahebmari Baske) Beneficiary: Sahebmari Baske, s/o late Muchiram Baske, race Santhal, Indian in an extended