Gosaipur Sargaram By Satyajit Ray

Gosaipur Sargaram By Satyajit Ray

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Gosaipur Sargaram Book Info

  • Book name: Gosaipur Sargaram pdf
  • English title: The Mystery of the Walking Dead
  • Author Name: Satyajit Ray
  • Category: Novel
  • Series: Feluda #14
  • Total pages: 65
  • PDF Size: 08 MB

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Gosaipur Sargaram Book  Review

Gosainpur Sargaram is a detective story written by Satyajit Ray starring his famous characters Feluda and Topshe. Gosainpur Sargaram was first published in Sandesh in 1976. Feluda is called to Gosaipur by Jiban Mallick, the son of the local Zamindar Shyamlal Mallick to investigate a threat to his father’s life. Everyone in the village knows that father and the son are at loggerheads. Shyamlal is also an eccentric who eschews anything modern. Then, instead of Syamlal, his son Jiban Mallick is killed, and the wealth of Mallick’s looted. Oddly though, the dead body of Jiban Mallick vanishes, only to reappear again. Feluda works this out with a mixture of investigating skills and deception. The oxymoronic title adds a lot to the story.

Satyajit Ray was a famous Indian filmmaker and author of the 20th century. Satyajit Ray was born in Calcutta city, and he was a Bengali Brahmo family member. After meeting French filmmaker Jean Renoir and viewing Vittorio De Sica’s Italian film Bicycle Thieves, Satyajit Ray was attracted into independent filmmaking. Ray directed 36 films. These films were including feature films and documentaries. Satyajit Ray was also a fiction writer, illustrator, publisher, music composer, calligrapher, film critic, and graphic designer. Satyajit Ray created Feluda, the sleuth and the scientist in his science fiction stories, and Professor Shonku is popular fictional characters. Satyajit Ray was born in Calcutta. Satyajit Ray grandfather was a celebrated writer. Satyajit Ray’s father Sukumar Roy was an eminent poet and illustrator. His father was famous for writing nonsensical literature. Satyajit Ray edited a children’s magazine Sandesh. Sandesh magazine started with Upendrakishore.


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