Dorpohoron By Rabindranath Tagore দর্পহরণ

Dorpohoron By Rabindranath Tagore দর্পহরণ

“Dorpohoron,” which translates to “The Sacrifice” in English, is a short story by Rabindranath Tagore, the renowned poet, novelist, and Nobel laureate in Literature. Originally written in Bengali, “Dorpohoron” is one of Tagore’s many short stories that explore themes of sacrifice, morality, and the complexities of human relationships.

The story revolves around the central character, a young woman named Mrinmoyee, who belongs to a traditional Bengali family. Mrinmoyee’s life takes a dramatic turn when she discovers that her husband, Upendra, has been unfaithful to her. Despite her initial shock and heartbreak, Mrinmoyee decides to forgive her husband and remain by his side.


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