Desh (Bengali: দেশ) is a Bengali language literary magazine published by Anadabazar Patrika Limited from India. This magazine, which is in publication since 1933, has been edited by editors like Sagarmoy Ghosh in the past. The present editor is Harsha Dutta. After the death of Sagarmoy Ghosh, Desh started publishing non-fiction articles and essays on topics of current, historical and cultural interest. Started as a weekly, it evolved into a fortnightly in more recent years. It has also drifted from being a pure literary magazine to more current affairs-oriented format. Journalist and Ramon Magsaysay award winner Amitabha Chowdhury edited the magazine for quite some time after Sagarmoy Ghosh. Desh is published from 6 Prafulla Sarkar Street, Kolkata 700 001. Once, Desh was considered as the best literary magazine of the middle class Bengali-speaking intelligentsia. However, its circulation has declined considerably in recent times. It was famous until the late 1990s for its literary reviews. However, their annual issue published prior to the Durga Puja in late Aug/Sept remains a major literary attraction in Bengali literature.
Recently, Desh has ventured into a book-review fortnightly called Boier Desh where latest books are reviewed by veteran critics. Boier Desh is a trimonthly magazine.