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ফেলুদা সমগ্র২ * হত্যাপুরী * গোলকধাম রহস্য* যত কান্ড কাঠমুন্ডুতে* নেপোলিয়নের চিঠি* টিনটোরেটোর যীশু * অম্বর সেন অন্তর্ধান রহস্য* জাহাঙ্গীরের স্বর্ণমুদ্রা* এবার কান্ড কেদারনাথে* বোসপুকুরে খুনখারাপি* দার্জিলিং জমজমাট* ভূস্বর্গ ভয়ংকর * ইন্দ্রজাল রহস্য* অপ্সরা থিয়েটারের মামলা* শকুন্তলার কন্ঠহার* ডাঃ মুনসীর ডায়রি* গোলাপী মুক্তা রহস্য* লন্ডনে ফেলুদা* নয়ন রহস্য* রবার্টসনের রুবি অসমাপ্ত ফেলুদাঃ* তোতা রহস্য* তোতা রহস্য দ্বিতীয় খসড়া * বাক্স রহস্য প্রথম খসড়া* আদিত্য বর্ধনের আবিষ্কার


10 thoughts on “ফেলুদা সমগ্র২

  1. says:

    Feluda, The Bengali Sherlock, is undoubtedly the 2nd best Bengali detective character, (1st is Byomkesh Bakshi)
    Satyajit Ray is no doubt a brilliant story writer, And all his stories Feluda, Sonku, and short stories are a brilliant piece of work.
    It is pointless to give review on his works, as all bengali readers are fam


  2. says:

    The first volume of FELUDA, penned by one of my favorite directors, was a refreshing and different take from the likes of Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot. In the first volume, we are introduced to the various likeable features and eccentricities of Feluda's style of detection and deduction that keep the readers hooked until the end.


  3. says:

    Rating is a little lower than for d first volume. The stories started getting a little tired and this was particularly so in the second half of this volume. But nonetheless a good breezy read if u r a fan.


  4. says:

    Thoroughly enjoyed reading the adventures of Feluda alias Pradosh Mitter and his fellow musketeers.
    A book filled with short stories that's easy to read & will keep your mind racing to catch the culprit before Feluda does.
    Satyajit Ray's writing is fun & effortless.
    3.5 stars rounded up to 4!


  5. says:

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    I had of course heard about Satyajit Ray’s movies and his international following but when I came across the books written by him, I was surprised and picked it up out of curiosity. I was surprised to see that it was a short story book a


  6. says:

    After reading the first volume I kicked myself for not having bought both volumes when I was in India. I could not find it on sale in the major bookstores and copies that existed in libraries were lost. Online i could pick up ridiculously overpriced volumes with insane shipping costs from india; often turning a $15.00 book into a $100.00 book. Finally, by usin


  7. says:

    I have read a lot of books from a lot of writers from all over the world but no one comes any closer to the way Satyajit Ray writes. Yes, call me a biased Indian, I am one but my love for the man and his art just keeps growing by the day and by every book that I come across by him and even on him too. There are books, there are writers and then there is The Legend c


  8. says:

    A solid read...though not as good as the first one...a wee bit repetitive and simple at times...but true to form in beautiful descriptions of locales as diverse as Kashmir, Kedarnath and Mahabalipuram... particularly enjoyed crime in kedarnath, the criminals of kathmandu, peril in paradise and dr munshi diary!


  9. says:

    Can't imagine my childhood without this one. Enough said


  10. says:

    I love love love Feluda stories. The later stories weren’t as good the earlier ones but it still traveled the reader to places and gave the original flavor of each location


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