Caturanga Collection

Caturanga, published since 1939, is a Bengali literary magazine started by Indian educationist, politician, writer and philosopher Humayun Kabir and Socialist leader Atawar Rahman. Over the years, the magazine has been edited by prominent cultural figures of Bengal, including Humayun Kabir himself, the twentieth century poet and writer Buddhadeb Basu, founder of Signet Press Dilip Kumar Gupta, Biswanath Bhattacharya, Sudhangshu Ghosh, Abdur Rauf, Bengali poet and critic Sankho Ghosh.

The School of Cultural Texts and Records, in collaboration with Bangiya Sahitya Parishad, has digitized a total of 64 volumes of Caturanga, kindly received from the personal collection of Shri Nihar Ranjan Chakraborty.

Please note that while calculating the number of leaves in each volume, the following method has been used:
Since each book in this collection consists of multiple issues in a single hard-bound cover , the number of leaves mentioned includes the pages starting from the front cover of the first issue to the back cover of the last issue in every volume. There are also two hard bound covers that contain the volume as well as some extra blank pages added later for the purposes of binding.

Online access to the materials is available.

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