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শিমুলগড়ের খুনে ভূত

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Hardcover, 117 pages
Published by আনন্দ পাবলিশার্স প্রাঃ লিঃ
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Samaresh Basu (Bengali: সমরেশ বসু) was born in December 22, 1924. He spent his early childhood in Bikrampur, Dhaka. He also wrote under the pen-name of Kalkut.

He would in later days recall the deep impressions that the Brata-kathas (fantastic folk-tales recited by women while performing certain religious rites) narrated by his mother left on him as a child. His adolescent years were spent in Naiha
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