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Today Bandha Ghorar Dim or Toray Bandha Ghorar Dim is a collection of nonsense rhymes by the acclaimed Indian film director Satyajit Ray in Bengali. The collection contains several translated rhymes and limericks besides some original works by him. The book included a translation of Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky. Translations from Edward Lear and Hilaire Belloc were also there in the collection.

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