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Bengalis in there 30's and above can recollect old days when we were very young at the time of Mahalaya. Now many of us are not living in Kolkata for various reasons, but during days like these, our hearts still beat together. Thus if you miss the old days and searching for a way to listen to this years Mahalaya, whilst still in bed, this application will let you all to listen to Mahalaya by Birendra Kishore Bhadra anywhere you are round the globe. About Birendrakishore Bhadra (Wiki): Birendra Krishna Bhadra (1905 - 1991) was an Indian broadcaster, playwright, actor and theatre director from Kolkata, and a contemporary of Pankaj Mallick and Nazrul Hasan. He worked for the All India Radio, India's National Radio broadcaster for several years during its early, starting 1930s, and during this period he produced and adapted several plays. Today, he is most known for his soaring Sanskrit recitation through a two hour audio program, Mahishashura Mardini (Annihilation of Mahisasura) (1931), a collection of shlokas and songs broadcast by All India Radio Calcutta (now Kolkata) at 4 am, in the dawn of Mahalaya. He also acted and directed several plays in Bengali theatre and even wrote screenplay for film, Nishiddha Phal (1955).