The curtain of Novel is opened with the anecdote of piteous end of life of lady-love at the time of youthfulness of Indra. Series of events start floating in the mind of Indra one after the other like movies. There comes love, comes passion, comes many hearts rending anecdotes, depicts miserable & despicable life style of brothel, story of Race course, some funny events, depicts historical & mythological anecdotes and so on & so forth. The drop-scene of this bated breath memories brings forward the messages of peace to the mankind by Lord Krishna, Lord Jesus, Lord Hazrath Mohammad, Lord Buddha & ancient saints. This is the NOSTALGIC MEMORIES of Indra Roy Choudhury.
Dibyendu Pal was an eminent Chemical Engineer during his service life in the Indian Ordnance Factories. He is also a poet and litterateur. He dedicated his retired life in the field of literature. His poems, articles and short stories in Bengali as well as English languages have been published in different newspapers, Global Anthology (Heaven) as well as Asian Anthology.
He travelled throughout India, especially historically ancient places. He went to Tibet to visit Kailas and Manas Sarovar in search of abode of Gods as well as abode of Lord Shiva as described in mythology. He travelled at Dwarka of Gujarat state of India to find the truthfulness of Shri Krishna’s Dwaraavatii discovered under the sea. He has published three novels in Bengali by Michael Madhusudan Academy, Kolkata and one novel in English published internationally by Notion Press, Chennai. Dibyendu Pal is honoured as a member of the Governing Body of Michael Madhusudan Academy, Kolkata.