6 February 1932 |
||Poet and critic
||Padma Bhushan (2011)
Shankha Ghosh (Bengali: শঙ্খ ঘোষ; born 6 February 1932) is a Bengali Indian poet and critic. He was born in Chandpur of what is now Bangladesh. Shankha Ghosh is regarded a leading authority on Rabindranath in addition to being one of the most prolific writers in Bengali.
Ghosh got his undergraduate degree in Arts in Bengali language from the Presidency College, Kolkata in 1951 and subsequently his Master's degree from the University of Calcutta. He taught at many educational institutions, including Bangabasi College, City College (all affiliated to the University of Calcutta) and at Jadavpur University, all in Kolkata. He retired from Jadavpur University in 1992. He joined the Iowa Writer's Workshop in the 1960s. He has also taught at Delhi University, the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies at Shimla, and at the Visva-Bharati University.
- Adim lata-gulmomay (Ancient vines and trees)
- Murkha baro, samajik nay (A fool, not social)
- Kabir abhipray (The poet's intention)
- Mukh dheke jay bigyapane
- Babarer prarthana (Babur's prayer)