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ফেলুদা সমগ্র২ Best EPub, Author Satyajit Ray This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book , Essay By Satyajit Ray Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You I have read a lot of books from a lot of writers from all over the world but no one comes any closer to the way Satyajit Ray writes Yes, call me a biased Indian, I am one but my love for the man and his art just keeps growing by the day and by every book that I come across by him and even on him too There are books, there are writers and then there is The Legend called Ray Hats off to him and the way he wrote Every time I come across a book by him I get totally excited but by the time it comes to an end it starts making me sad to have finished the fantastic book and will have to wait till the next one come in my kitty But the journey is simply amazing, never fails to keep a permanent smile plastered on my face and at times his anecdotes, jokes and comments on his own team by him make me laugh out loud totally He is almost as good as PG Wodehouse, If I may say that in making me laugh while reading a book, no other author other than these two have that magic on me so far And this one was special as it actually made my dream come true of seeing FeluDa go to Holmes land and pay a tribute Just imagine how amazing it is Rating is a little lower than for d first volume The stories started getting a little tired and this was particularly so in the second half of this volume But nonetheless a good breezy read if u r a fan. After reading the first volume I kicked myself for not having bought both volumes when I was in India I could not find it on sale in the major bookstores and copies that existed in libraries were lost Online i could pick up ridiculously overpriced volumes with insane shipping costs from india often turning a 15.00 book into a 100.00 book Finally, by using the goodreads bookseller search I found a well priced volume and was Can t imagine my childhood without this one Enough said A solid readthough not as good as the first onea wee bit repetitive and simple at timesbut true to form in beautiful descriptions of locales as diverse as Kashmir, Kedarnath and Mahabalipuram particularly enjoyed crime in kedarnath, the criminals of kathmandu, peril in paradise and dr munshi diary Feluda, the razor sharp and witty young detective investigates some very curious cases along with his cousin Tapesh and friend Jatayu through the length and breadth of India.Review A recent article about the release of a new Feluda movie brought back happy memories of this childhood series We know Satyajit Ray as the Oscar winning filmmaker but not many Indians, especially non Bengalis know that he was also an author par excellence Fortunately I became familiar with the Author Ray through his translated short stories in Kishor magazine much before I had watched any of his films So when one day my local librarian showed me a new book titled The Golden Fortress by Satyajit Ray, I immediately lapped it up and since then became a huge fan of Feluda, Topshe and Jatayu.In 1961 Ray revived children s magazine Sandesh started by his grandfather He started writing Feluda stories in 1965 and between 1965and 1992 wrote 35 stories featuring Pradosh C Mitra, nicknamed Felu , a young, athletic and brilliant detective Feluda da in Bengali means elder brother is accompanied in his adventures by his 14 year old cousin Tapesh Tapesh or Topshe as he is fondly called is the young Watson to this modern day Indian Sherlock Holmes and chronicles the mysteries for us Like all the children who have read these stories, Topshe is in awe of Feluda s deduction skills and knowledge and Feluda is his idol though Feluda teases him a lot Feluda is very choosy in his cases and a Inspired writing The stories are just Unforgettable Best Ever The first volume of FELUDA, penned by one of my favorite directors, was a refreshing and different take from the likes of Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot In the first volume, we are introduced to the various likeable features and eccentricities of Feluda s style of detection and deduction that keep the readers hooked until the end I had read the first volume from the point of view of a teenager which is the original intended target audience of the FELUDA series and liked it very much However, this second volume is a disappointment and I successfully guessed the climax in most of the short stories mentioned in this volume The original stories of FELUDA were authored in Bengali and I read the English translation However, any original work in a regional language cannot be rendered completely effective i had of course heard about Satyajit Ray s movies and his international following but when I came across the books written by him, I was surprised and picked it up out of curiosity I was surprised to see that it was a short story book and on top of that detective stories I have now read all of them and I am glad that I came across this series Feluda is a private detective The stories are written from a viewpoint of his cousin who lives with him.All the stories are actually very simple in their formulation and characterization That was not the age of organized crime or terrorism So Feluda mostly deals with issues related to theft within some family or organization and sometimes with murder Most of the time he is with his cousin and another writer friend and all of them travel together to solve the cases that keep on coming to Feluda in all the stories.Typically, each story starts with Feluda receiving a visitor with a case for him or Feluda receiving a letter or Feluda travelling to some holiday destination and then coming upon some case at that place The story moves with Feluda and sometimes his cousin or friend making investigation and slowly finding clues Feluda can change appearance very easily in the course of investigation But he normally does not tell all his clues to his fri

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