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Tridib Mitra (born 31 December 1940) was an anti-establishment writer and part of the Hungry generation movement in Bengali literature. Mitra edited Hungry generation magazines The Waste Paper in English and Unmarga in Bengali, with his wife, Alo Mitra. Mitra and his wife started poetry readings in burning ghats, graveyards, river banks, and country liquor joints of Kolkata. He rose to prominence in the sixties during the Hungry generation literary movement. Mitra and his wife delivered Hungry generation masks of demons, jokers, gods etc. at the offices and houses of ministers, administrators, newspaper editors and other bureaucrats of the West Bengali establishment.