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Mrityubaan The arrow of death , 3. Ratri Jakhon Gavir Hoy When midnight falls , and 4. Mrityubaan is one of the best creation by the author. The story line is closely based on an old real life crime case famously known as, "Pakur Sharojontro Maamla. The third story "Ratri Jokhon Govir Hoy," is another nice creation based on a conspiracy surrounding a coal mine. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Readers also enjoyed. About Nihar Ranjan Gupta. Nihar Ranjan Gupta. He is the creator of the fictional detective character Kiriti Roy. Gupta came from a prestigious Kabiraj family of Itna village under Lohagara police station, in the district of Jessore, presently in the Narail district of Bangladesh. During the Second World War, Gupta served as an army doctor and was posted in different parts of the world.
He was posted in Chittagong, Burma and Egypt. After the war, he completed post-graduation in medicine from the United Kingdom, specializing in dermatology. On his return he joined the Calcutta Medical College. In his career as a physician he was associated with several hospitals in India.
After the Partition, his family permanently migrated to Kolkata in As a child Gupta always dreamed of becoming a writer. He once went to Shantiniketan to seek the blessings of Rabindranath Tagore and took his autograph. At the age of eighteen he composed his first novel, Rajkumar. During his stay in England he developed a keen interest in detective stories and met Agatha Christie. Other books in the series. Books by Nihar Ranjan Gupta. Related Articles. So many aspects of life and leisure have changed.
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Kiriti Roy is a fictional detective of Bengali literature created by Dr. Nihar Ranjan Gupta. His curled hair is mostly combed back, and the black celluloid spectacles make his clean-shaven face highly attractive. Reward for virtue and scorn for sin is the thumb rule of the universe. After saving her from a difficult situation in the tale "Kalo Bhromor", Kiriti falls in love with Krishna Mehta, a Parsi lady.
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