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Pebbles by Ipsita Sardar

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Pragnya is a Bengali word which means a creation of “Perception” and “Emotion”. She is a Master’s student and junior researcher of Linguistics in Jadavpur University. Literature makes her feel fulfilled. Being attached with various art forms, she tries to nurture words in her heart. After
achieving gold medal, the dream of being a poet has become enormous. She has a touch with Sishu Kishore Academy, which is an important centre of art and culture of Kolkata. You can find her painting with brushes and words. She thinks that “Every ‘ism’ is nothing but a psychological wave”. Hence, Romanticism and Surrealism is her next milestone of creating literary bridges.

“Pebbles” is made of small pieces like love, sorrow, awaited lover, perspective of life, flow of time etc. Romanticism and post romanticism is the base of the book. Life is all that life have, it’s the moto of this book.

Let’s dive into the interview with Ipsita Sardar to know her journey behind, ‘Pebbles.’

Can you tell us a little about your book?
It’s my dream project, writing this book. All the feelings, imaginations, perceptions, dreams and experiences of my entire life are framed in this book. Love, sorrow, happiness etc. are like pebbles in our river of life. I have loved to collect them. This book is the mirror of all these “Pebbles” of life.

Is there a specific event that inspired this story or was this an out of the blue idea?
No, not at all. It’s my upbringing that has a huge effect in my life. My mother, my recitation teacher, my colleagues from Sishu Kishore Academy… All these people are my inspirations.

What got you writing in the first place?
Literature is something everybody can relate to in his/her own way. There’s a space for the author, and also a unique space for the readers. The imagination can be spread in various ways for everybody. That’s why I think writing is the best way to connect with people.

What was your impression of your first draft when you read it?
To me, the book is not perfect. Nobody can bind all the feelings through words. But the book is a unique piece, containing all the feelings. It can be called a little pot of water beside a huge ocean. Still, this is important to me because I make it. My efforts to bring every mind together are successful for me.

Which part of your story connects the most with you? Why?

The Elegies are mostly connected with me. These poems are like a series of love experiences of my life.

What makes your book the one to read?
One can relate his/her life and the feelings of the human world through this book.

What was the best advice you got while writing?
Be yourself, express all of your feelings of mind. Take a deep breath and paint the poems.

Who’s your all-time favorite author? Which book of his/hers made you fall in love with them?
Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyaya is my all-time favorite. He can make images through letters. People can feel his writings as a virtual world around themselves.

What is your evergreen tip to the writers out there?
Feel free to express everything.

What was your hardest scene to write?

The moment of waiting for my beloved.

Do you have another plot brewing?
Just now, I’m kinda busy with my research papers. But writing is like a soft breeze to me. My writing will continue. I’ll think later about a new plot or project, if my first one can achieve success.

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