‘Behind the forbidden corridors’ mainly deals with the communist culture in Bengal with all other mass-murdering and fragmented ideologies of Naxal, Maoists, and other fanatic forces. Sweeping away their antiquated ideologies under the carpet of million-fold multiplied means of unbridled violence and unrestrained torture over the down-trodden villagers, comrades, dissociated from the traditional values and culture of Bengal, cheered and clasped behind the red curtain of Cultural Revolution. Rabeya Ahmed, an age-old sex-worker, had been witness to the winds of socio-political change in Bengal. She was also a witness to a series of events that had started to happen since World War I and II and caused important changes and results. Comrade Radha Mitra and othersex-workers used to go to a nearby Hindu temple to listen to the message of Swami Sadananda Maharaja. Rabeya Ahmed wisely decided to tell the truth through this novel. ‘Behind the forbidden corridors’ This novel is vibrant with the surge of human passions.