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Hatyapuri – Feluda Bengali Comics


সত্যজিৎ রায়ের –  ফেলুদার কমিক্স – হত্যাপুরী

Author:  Satyajit Ray
Publisher: Ananda Publishers Pvt Ltd
Language : Bengali

Availability: In stock

Pradosh Chandra Mitter(Feluda) visits Puri for a vacation but gets involved in investigating a murder that took place in the coastal town during his stay.

Feluda Goyenda Comics – Hatyapuri is a Bengali Comics book of Feluda’s Detective adventures. Written by Satyajit Ray.

Feluda, or Pradosh Chandra Mitra [Mitter], is a fictional Bengali Private investigator starring in a series of Bengali novels of Indian fictional detective novels and short stories written by Indian Bengali film director and writer Satyajit Ray. The detective resides at 21 Rajani Sen Road, Ballygunge, Kolkata, West Bengal, India. Feluda first made his appearance in a Bengali children’s magazine called Sandesh in 1965, under the editorialship of Satyajit and Subhas Mukhopadhyay. His first adventure was Feludar Goendagiri.

Feluda is often accompanied by his cousin, who is also his assistant, Tapesh Ranjan Mitter (affectionately called Topshe by Feluda), who serves as the narrator of the stories. From the sixth story, Sonar Kella (The Golden Fortress), the duo are joined by a popular thriller writer Jatayu (Lalmohon Ganguli).

Satyajit Ray  2 May 1921 – 23 April 1992 was an Indian film director, scriptwriter, documentary filmmaker, author, lyricist, magazine editor, illustrator, calligrapher, and music composer. He is widely considered to have been one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, celebrated for works such as The Apu Trilogy (1955–59), The Music Room (1958), The Big City (1963) and Charulata (1964). Ray was born in Calcutta which was prominent in the field of arts and literature. Starting his career as a commercial artist, he was drawn into independent filmmaking after meeting French filmmaker Jean Renoir and viewing Vittorio De Sica’s Italian neorealist film Bicycle Thieves (1948) during a visit to London.





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