Hawakal’s logo was designed by renowned artist Hiran Mitra: slightly difficult to spell by people who are not Bengalis and pronounced ‘Hawakol’ (Hawa denotes air, Kol denotes device or mill, Hawakal or Hawakol means windmill), the word upholds the importance of the alternative source of energy.

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2 days ago
Raktim Bhattacharyya
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very good collection of stories relevant to our contemporary society

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Raktim Bhattacharyya
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Can be more attractive and vivid

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Kaushik Sen
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A milestone of Modern Bengali Poetry! A must read for the aspiring writers...

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Animikh Patra
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World class production - there is absolutely nothing to complain. And Satchidanandan's poems can mesmerize any poetry-lover anywhere.

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Hawakal, founded by ace storyteller and translator Bitan Chakraborty, is the publishing partner of Ethos Literary Journal (ELJ), which is headed by Kiriti Sengupta

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