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Royal Bengal Rahasya Book Info
- Book name : Royal Bengal Rahasya
- English title : The Royal Bengal Mystery
- Author name : Satyajit Ray
- Series : Feluda #10
- Category : Comic, Novel
- Total pages : 82
- Total size : Only 09 MB.
Royal Bengal Rahasya Book Review
Royal Bengal Rahasya By Satyajit Ray is another famous Feluda series book written by Satyajit Ray. Royal Bengal Rahasya was published Published by Ananda Publishers Pvt. Ltd. In my school library, I had seen the full set of “Feluda” books. I remember that my friends from West Bengal were just crazy about Feluda series book. Accidentally I picked Royal Bengal Rahasya I must say I got lucky! While looking for books online. I must say an amazing detective fiction at par with Agatha Christie’s master detective Hercule Poirot which I have read too. This book is one of the twelve Feluda collection of Ray and a great read. It is a series that would want you to read more and more, and he is our very own “Sherlock Holmes.” So go for it and experience the delight. It’s an excellent book for people who like thrillers like Sherlock Holmes I think that he is the Indian Sherlock Holmes.
Feluda is called to a specific royal residence up in the northern woods of Bengal. His cousin Topshe joins Feluda. A smart moderately aged experience author, Lal Mohan was known as Jadayu.
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The seeker turned author demonstrates to them a significant room loaded with creature stows away and weapons, and briefs about his predecessors. They all were celebrated seekers as well, in reality, incredibly acclaimed. Feluda is requested to comprehend a confound left by the seeker’s dad, which he had as of late run over while he was composing his new book. The sibling of the seeker is somewhat out of mind, the companion of the seeker is intriguingly quiet, while his splendid secretary killed on the second day of Feluda’s entry. The secretary was observed to be half eaten by a tiger, with a profound metal made injury to his chest.
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 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; Professor Shonku is famous 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 graduated from Presidency College Kolkata. Satyajit Roy started his career as a commercial artist. Pather Panchali in 1955 was the first debut film of Satyajit Ray. The Film Pather Panchali earned him worldwide recognition as a first-rate film director. Satyajit Ray edited a children’s magazine Sandesh. Sandesh magazine started with Upendrakishore. Ray’s primary interest was filmed making. Satyajit Ray’s childhood memoir Jokhon Chhoto Chhilam is delightful. Detective stories, fantasy and science fiction, was chosen subjects of him Ray. Ray’s fictional character Professor Shonku although entertaining and amusing. Satyajit Ray popular Series and Books are Professor Shanku Series, Feluda Series, Banku Babur Bandhu, Tarini Khuro Stores, Sonar Kella, Protikrity, Apur Panchali, Tarini Khutor Kirti Kolap, Gangtoke Gondogol, Sheyal Debota Rahasya, etc.
Thrilling, apt and precisely carved out a suspense story in the beautiful jungles of the east. A good read.
Later Feluda finds that the secretary had officially understood the astound, which was a guide to tribal property, and he had chosen to take it as his installment for composing each one of those books about chasing which his manager had joyfully distributed in his name. Also, there is an ever-increasing number of unexpected turns as the story prompts its peak. Merely unputdownable, and an incredible page-turner! This one is a little better than the previous few Feluda stories. But yet, it makes me ponder that a great movie maker may not always make a great book writer.