Koulal is basically an online magazine to explore the Literature, History and Culture of undivided Bengal. Our aim is to come up with World History and Culture diversity to our readers. In Sanskrit, Koulal (or Kulal) means Potters’ Wheel. The word, Koulal represents Pestilence, the World’s oldest civilization continuing. Koulal is an half yearly published magazine, publishing [ISSN 2348-6864] from Katwa, West Bengal, India since 2011.
Dr. Swapan Kumar Thakur, founder-editor of Koulal, is a teacher by profession and an experienced explorer-field surveyor of Rarh Bangla by propensity. Dr. Thakur’s favorite subject is Regional History and Culture of Rarh Bangla. Dr. Thakur has written several books and articles on related topic.
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Udayan is a Photographer, Traveler and Explorer. Being a student of B.Sc pure science, he is more passonate and interested in Literature and Culture. Folk Culture is one of the most interesting topic to him. He is the Editor of Koulal English Edition. And also supports Koulal with IT support, Promotion and Interview.
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Saswati herself a Masters Degree student of English Literature and also very much interested in Folk Culture. She is also a singer. She is one of the two founder-team members of English Koulal. She is former Co Editor of our Koulal English.
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Arnab Chatterjee is presently designated as an Assistant Master of English ( Group A Gazetted, WBSubES) Government of West Bengal, posted at Government Model School, Onda, Bankura. Formerly he had been a contractual whole time faculty at the Department of English, St.Xavier’s College, Barddhaman where he had taught successfully for four years. Moreover he had been a visiting faculty of English of the Higher Secondary (ISC) Section of St.Xavier’s School, Barddhaman. Presently he is working in a project of translation of tribal and adivasi writing into English funded by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India and conducted by the Centre of Excellence, Department of Odia, Visva Bharati University, Shantiniketan. He takes keen interest in Cultural Studies, Tribal Culture, Translation Studies, Postcolonial Studies and Queer Theory.
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