I am working as Protocol Officer at the Office of the Resident Commissioner, Government of West Bengal, in New Delhi. I am responsible for attending the VIPs (the Hon'ble Chief Minister, His Excellency the Governor, the other ministers, etc.) from West Bengal during their visits to and stay in Delhi, like receiving/seeing off in the airport and escorting them during their visit to Union Ministers/other dignitaries or participation in seminars/conferences. While the work sometimes entails strong pressure and challenge, what keeps me driving is the opportunity to serve personalities from the field of public affairs and governance, the field that I have always been obsessed with.

Though now settled in New Delhi, the national capital of India, I grew up in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta (now called Kolkata) . I am separated from my wife and staying with my parents.

Anybody eager to contact me can do it through the following -

Email: indus13@hotmail.com, rajabasu01@yahoo.com

Mobile - 9871144382.

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Raja Basu Poems

Life Is A Teacher

Life is a teacher, which teaches how to live.
Life is a teacher, which teaches how to win.
Life is a teacher, which teaches how to laugh.
Life is a teacher, which teaches how to make other people cry.... more »

A Homage To The Freedom Fighters Of India

“A Free India” - That was your only passion

Thanks to your sacrifices, today we are an independent nation.... more »

The Himalayan Kingdom Of Bhutan

A diamond on the crown of Himalaya, the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan
A piece of heaven on the earth, the beauty of which will fail any poet’s imagination.
A country that represents genuine peace and tranquility
A country that can teach what is meant by natural beauty.... more »

Raja Basu Quotes

Comments about Raja Basu

Subhojit sanki 06 Feb 2018 03:29
Good poem
md naved ansari 20 Dec 2017 09:39
Nice peom
Tshering Tobgay 26 Feb 2009 06:31
Thank you, your poem reflected my country, i loved going through your poem, your poem speaks of my country, Bhutan.Thank you on behalf of all the Bhutanese.