Spark by Aniruddha Bose
The end of the cultural milieu of Bengal had commenced with the waning of the golden era. A few years into the 21st Century, it was apparent, with mediocrities in control, it had reached its ultimate fiasco. The veil of darkness was progressively engulfing the cultural environ, with nothing else to offer, except nostalgias of the past. Did the golden era have all the flairs that are missing today? Surely not. If that were so, why this calamity? The query haunts us all. Some are aware of the jinx, others aren’t. Spark is a saga of the reality leading to the debacle. As it is a fiction, characters are fictitious, but the facts aren’t. The author, as a visionary, takes the reader, through the winding alleys of the concealed truth, to paint a new canvas for the imminent future. Amidst the annihilation, lies the seeds of rebirth, like a phoenix, akin to Prometheus of today, who can still ignite an ailing humanity.
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