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? 9380637233648c31bc7ab3d1e4743cd9a1The Ghost of Gosain BaganThe Ghost of Gosain BaganProduct description About the Author Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay is one of the most accomplished writers of modern Bengali literature. A critically acclaimed writer of adult fiction, Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay gained popularity for his fiction and science fiction books for children and young adults. He is best known and most loved ghost-story writer in Bengali. His popular children fictions include Adbhuture, Manojder Adbhut Bari, Patalghar, Pidimer Alo, Sada Beral Kalo Beral, Nrisingha Rahasya, Chhayamoy, Goynar Baksho and Gosain Baganer Bhoot among many others. He received Vidyasagar Award in 1985 for his contribution to children’s literature. He also received Ananda Puroshkar twice in 1973 and 1990. In 2012, he received the Bangla Bibhushan Award. A failed student. A strange grove. And a not so scary ghost. What has the young boy got into? This is a ghost story with a difference. Life becomes miserable for young Burun after he scores thirteen in mathematics in his annual exams. An easy life becomes one full of hardships and ridicule. Depressed, he ventures out of his house one day and enters the deserted Gosain Bagan, where he encounters a ghost, Nidhiram. But Burun does not fear Nidhiram. On the other hand, Nidhiram is determined to scare Burun, as his reputation is at stake. Does he succeed? And what happens when Burun goes back to school? Or what about Habu, the goonda turned tantrik, who has terrorized the town and threatens to kill Burun's grandpa? The Ghost of Gosain Bagan is a ghost story with a difference. Full of whimsical characters, adventure, daredevilry, unexpected turn of events, the story is drenched in humour.PNB001-NDL-003
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Manufacturer or packer namePonytale Books
Manufacturer or packer addressDelhi
Manufacturing DateJan-18
ISBN? 9380637233
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Product description About the Author Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay is one of the most accomplished writers of modern Bengali literature. A critically acclaimed writer of adult fiction, Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay gained popularity for his fiction and science fiction books for children and young adults. He is best known and most loved ghost-story writer in Bengali. His popular children fictions include Adbhuture, Manojder Adbhut Bari, Patalghar, Pidimer Alo, Sada Beral Kalo Beral, Nrisingha Rahasya, Chhayamoy, Goynar Baksho and Gosain Baganer Bhoot among many others. He received Vidyasagar Award in 1985 for his contribution to children’s literature. He also received Ananda Puroshkar twice in 1973 and 1990. In 2012, he received the Bangla Bibhushan Award. A failed student. A strange grove. And a not so scary ghost. What has the young boy got into? This is a ghost story with a difference. Life becomes miserable for young Burun after he scores thirteen in mathematics in his annual exams. An easy life becomes one full of hardships and ridicule. Depressed, he ventures out of his house one day and enters the deserted Gosain Bagan, where he encounters a ghost, Nidhiram. But Burun does not fear Nidhiram. On the other hand, Nidhiram is determined to scare Burun, as his reputation is at stake. Does he succeed? And what happens when Burun goes back to school? Or what about Habu, the goonda turned tantrik, who has terrorized the town and threatens to kill Burun's grandpa? The Ghost of Gosain Bagan is a ghost story with a difference. Full of whimsical characters, adventure, daredevilry, unexpected turn of events, the story is drenched in humour.

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