Agnijaat Shraban begins with a beautiful sketch of Lord Ganesha.
Agnijaat has gone a complete makeover from July 2021. It is now distributed in three primary sections, stories, poetry and essays. There are the usual delightful illustrations too.
New Parliament House: Things Indian politicians do and get re-elected after that!
Making rich richer: The policy of politicians all over the world.
Making poor poorer: This is a specialty of third world countries, India at present may be one of the top ranking ones in this game.
Deadly: is a piece of chilling, terrifying reality.
Suicidal business strategy: Very true. First learn business ethics like international companies then see whether or not people buy your “Desi” things.
SOS: Embrace: You can’t run from life, accept all its colours, embrace only positive ones. Good suggestion.
FTQFS: back to caves: The cavemen are trying their level best, the question is will women scurry back to caves and rot?
Beautiful pic of a fairy as section image.
After that there were ten poems and ten fantastic drawings of poppies and they all were gorgeous, there is something about red flowers! Loved the ninth poem the most, sort of nostalgic and haunting.
Then there was an announcement of Agni’s new graphic story channel in YouTube, check it out if you can, it is good.
Agni Kahini by Sharmishtha Basu
Next there were four gorgeous photos of one of the prettiest birds that can be found in cities, woodpecker.
A set of stories from Black Mist and other stories:
Ten fantastic stories about things that go bumping in the night but of different types, loved them all. They all had different things to talk about. Being a ghost story fan I have no reason to complain.
After that there were critiques of previous month’s Ezines and Patreon books, some by me of course, some by SB.
The cartoon Mr Stick: Another dose of reality!
In the end quite enjoyed the Ezine, and its colourful sketches/paintings especially they are refreshing and pretty!
That is it I guess! See you again next month, and thank you Agni/Sharmishtha for translating my works!
By the way if you see any other Labanya in Sharmishtha’s social circle that will not be me. I don’t use my pen name [Labanya] in social media, use the real one.