Malay Roy Choudhury

About this author

Malay Roy Choudhury was born on 29 October 1939, in Patna, Bihar, India, into the Sabarna Roy Choudhury clan, which owned the villages that became Kolkata. He grew up in Patna’s Imlitala ghetto, which was mainly inhabited by Dalit Hindus and Shia Muslims.

He is an Indian Bengali poet, playwright, short story writer, essayist, and novelist who founded the Hungryalist movement in the 1960s.

Roy Choudhury went on to write poetry, fiction, plays, short stories, and essays on Bengali social and cultural issues. He has written more than seventy books to date.

Roy Choudhury wrote three dramas during the Hungryalism movement: Illot, Napungpung, and Hibakusha, considered to be a mash-up of the Theater of the Absurd and Transhumanism.

TOTAL BOOKS

1
Monthly

VIEWS/READ

12
Yearly

VIEWS/READ

139

FOLLOWERS

Malay Roy Choudhury All Books

Sort By
  • A-Z
  • Top
  • Popular
  • Recent
Genres
All
Nam Gondho By Malay Roy Choudhury
Nam Gondho By Malay Roy Choudhury
Nam Gondho
0
16-04-2023