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Talk With Self

Author Name: Shyamal Barman | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

This is a book of fiction which can be understood easily. Here all the characters are created by the author but are actually created, nurtured, influenced and controlled by nature. In this book, the author shows us that there is an intimate and unbroken relationship between our lives and nature. In this book, the author wants to say that the greatest powers in this universe are love, respect and care (for others as well as oneself). Ultimate happiness is also hidden in this. The author makes a beautiful and excellent presentation of one character which is the source of all characters and represents the conversations of all the characters. Actually this is about one character’s self-talk.

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Shyamal Barman

Shyamal Barman lives in the district of Cooch Behar in West Bengal, India. In spite of being a busy, responsible and successful Gynaecologist & Obstetrician, he has a great passion for writing. He started writing when he was serving in a government hospital in the district of Cooch Behar. He wrote ‘Golak Dhandha,’ his first novel in Bengali during that period. He cares for his patients and also likes writing. Now he is an ex-medical officer and continues his practice along with his writing. Apart from his medical practice and writing, he loves music and sports. He believes that understanding what is in a person’s heart and talking or loving him/her is a great art. This quality is not only enjoyable and but also makes both yourself and others happy. He also heartily feels that reading great books and writing are essential tools to build and groom yourself physically, mentally and spiritually. He was born and brought up in Cooch Behar in a middle-class family. He always believed that writing and reading were excellent habits which helped him broaden his boundaries of thought.