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“Buro Angla” by Abanindranath Tagore. “Ridoy” was known to all animals as the boy without a heart. But when he is cursed to become as small as a thumb. Buro Angla has ratings and 14 reviews. Ridoy was known to all animals as the boy without a heart. But when he is cursed to become as small as a thum. Buro Angla (Bengali Edition) [Abanindranath Tagore] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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He was also the first major exponent of Swadeshi values in Indian art, thereby founding the influential Bengal school of art, which led to the development of modern Indian painting. He was also a noted writer, particularly for children. Tagore sought to modernise Mughal and Rajput styles to counter the influence of Western models of art, as taught in art schools under the British Raj and developed the Indian style of painting, later known as Bengal school of art.

Ridoy was known to all animals as the boy without a heart.

But when he is cursed to become as small as a aangla, he has to depend on the animals for his survival. In order to become human again he has to reach Manas Sarobar in the Himalayan mountains. So he tags along with a flock of migrating geese and goes with them on an epic journey across the snow-capped peaks.

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Buro Angla: The Big Adventures of a Little Hero by Abanindranath Tagore (2 star ratings)

He has many fantastic adventures, helping distressed creatures and fighting a historic battle in the palace of a legendary king. And along the way, Ridoy discovers that he is capable of great courage and deep kindness. Abanindranath Tagore weaves the folklore and myths of Bengal into a tapestry of wonder and beauty in this remarkable tale of heroism and friendship.

No one who reads this book can come away unchanged.

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Buro Angla: The Big Adventures of a Little Hero

This book is the first installment of the detective Apu series. Bibhutibhshan Sarkar comes up with a wonderful plot with a twisted ending to keep the reader enthrillled at every stage of the story. This book has been published by Abhijan Publishers. Shopping cart 0 items – 0.

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