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Mihir Sengupta is an Indian writer of Bengali origin, best known for his 2005 autobiography Bishaad Brikkho (Tree of Sorrow). It describes the 1947 partition as seen by the author, who was uprooted from his native Barisal in present-day Bangladesh and ended up in Calcutta as a refugee. Bishaad Brikkho is regarded as an important literary document of the 1947 partition and won the Ananda Puroshkar literary prize.
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