Hi Readers, Welcome to the AllBanglabookspdf.com ! Manush Manush By Sunil Gangopadhyay, Sunil Gangopadhyay born on September 7, 1934 in Madaripur district of Faridpur, Bangladesh. He came to Kolkata at an early age. He passed MA in Economics from the University of Calcutta and started his career with Tuition, thereafter many experience and joined Anandabazar magazine. Naturally, his literary materials had been collected from the experiences of life in Kolkata. Sunil’s debut as a poet, he started editing of poetry magazine- ‘Krttivas’ with Deepak Majumdar and Ananda Bagchi in 1934. He was the most prominent poet of modern Bengali poetry. His first book of poems were ‘Eka Ebong Koyekjon (1958), Amar Swapno (1972), Bandi Jege Achho’ (1958), Esechi Doibo Picnice (1977), Hathat Nirar Jonyo etc. His first novel Atmoprokash was first published in sharodiya’Desh’ in 1966. In addition, he has written many stories and articles, novels under the pen names ‘Nil Lohit’, ‘Sonaton Pathak’, Nil Upadhyay’ and also wrote manu plays as ‘Praner Prohari’, ‘Malanchamala’, ‘Swadhinata Sangrame Netaji’ etc. His multiple stories have been implemented to films, radio and TV serials. Now I want to share in this post, an another famous novel of his Manush, Manush.
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- Book Name: Manush Manush
- Book Author: Sunil Gangopadhyay
- Book Category: Bangla Novel
- Book Story: Not Available
- Book Language: Bengali
- Book Format: Portable Document Format (PDF)
- Book Total Pages: 361 Pages
- Book Size: 26 Megabytes
- Book Uploaded By: Unknown/Internet
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