Dynamics of Urban Growth in Eastern India Sunil Munsi
Hb. 14.5 x 22.5 cm. x+204 pp. Rs. 350
One of India’s major urban geographers studies the urbanization of Calcutta and its bearings on the peripheries and the smaller towns and the frontiers alike, particularly in terms of land development, cross migration, environmental issues, growth dynamics, and internal socio-economic configurations; going to the roots of stagnation and regional disparities; offering a model for the study of Indian urbanization and development as a whole.
Thikana Kolkata [Address : Kolkata – in Bengali] Sunil Munsi
Hb. 13 x 18.5 cm. 184 pp. 25 b/w photographs. Rs. 150
An unusual history of Calcutta’s political and Social movements reconstructed through an account of its old houses sites, with photographs and sketches by the author, an eminent geographer in his own right and political activist.
Bado Badir Chhoto Smriti Smriti Mitra
Pb. 14 x 21.5 cm. xii + 108 pp. 16 rare b/w photos. Rs 100
Reminiscences of life in two of the most illustrious houses of North Calcutta, bringing in rare insights into a life and world of the elite that has faded into the past.
Rastay Rastay Ranajit Singha
design by Ajoy Gupta.
Photographs by Ranajit Singha.
21.5 x 14 cm. 117 pp. 2002. Pb. Bengali.
ISBN 81-86017-39-9. Rs 100.
photographer-poet's discovery of Kolkata in the early morning hours.
Badi Khada Kalyani Dutta
and other illustrations by Purnendu Pattrea.
23.5 x 18 cm. 132 pp. 2011. Hb. Bengali.
ISBN: 978-81-86017-85-2. Rs 150.
account of women's life and culture in Bengal in the late nineteenth
and early twentieth centuries from oral reminiscences supported by