The life and agony of some Bengali settlers in a remote hamlet of Uttar Pradesh from the eyes of an Election Observer. A maid servant plans to sleep with her employer to garner fund for her son’s education. The events and happenings of the campus life of a batch of Civil Service probationers in a training institution. A village Zamindar, his appetite for food and women and his passion for hunting and classical music – as narrated by a banyan tree. A school romance and the thrill of reading love letters stored in a tin box. An old, issueless village widow who wants to gift her house to a Brahmin boy in the hope of having a male child in her next birth. A thriller of an income tax raid on a gangster. A short-tempered stubborn Zamindar who will be indigent for building up the 1st Degree College in Sundarbans.
These are the mesmerizing stories of some marginal class people Subrato S tells with utmost simplicity and sincerity.