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An iconic photo of Nazrul Islam, Anindita Kazi's grandfather, displayed on her reading desk that is decorated with laughing buddhas next to Rabindranath Tagore and Nazrul Islam's images and books, in her house in Calcutta, West Bengal, India, on 17th January, 2012. The West Bengal government's attempts to rename one of its historic buildings after a Bengali poet has met with controversy. Kazi Nazrul Islam, Bangladesh's national poet's legacy has always been debated, including his relationship with other Indian intellectuals such as Rabindranath Tagore, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913. In an attempt to quell doubts, Anindita Kazi, Mr Islam's grand daughter will release a CD in which she reads from unpublished letters between the two poets to show their regard for each other. Photo by Suzanne Lee for The National (online byline: Photo by Szu for The National)