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2009. “Aila tourism: ekti bourgeois bhromon bettanto.” Prasanta Chattopadhyay ed. Kalodhoni. 14:2 (pp.43-50)The narrative was depicted through the lenses of a petite bourgeois, who traveled Aila –affected region with a motive to enjoy roller-coaster ride. To him, it’s nothing more than a philanthropic picnic. The male-narrator’s gazes or desire for female-body, as depicted in the manuscript in the context of sex-tourism, were mercilessly CENSORED BY THE EDITOR as the hon. editor did not take the risk to be a publisher of “obscene”(?) writing that based on the “real” experience of the author. And even the philosophical discourse on the docile body politic was ruthlessly deleted. In all these cases the author was not informed properly. The author of the text is still maintaining that this CENSORED text is perished by the son of Queen Victoria and the literary values of this text have gone for ever. And it has become nothing more than a journalistic report.