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Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay: The Master of Bengali Mystery and Historical Fiction

Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay (1899-1970) was an Indian Bengali writer who is best known for his creation of the fictional detective Byomkesh Bakshi. He wrote novels, short stories, plays and screenplays in various genres, such as adventure, historical, supernatural and thriller. He was also actively involved with Bengali cinema and Bollywood.

One of his most popular works is the Sharadindu Omnibus, a collection of his stories that span 12 volumes. The omnibus includes his detective stories featuring Byomkesh Bakshi and his assistant Ajit, his historical novels such as Kaler Mandira, GourMollar and Tungabhadrar Teere, his supernatural stories with the recurring character Baroda, the Ghost Investigator, and his other stories of romance, comedy and social commentary.

Baroda is a young man who has a keen interest in the occult and paranormal phenomena. He often encounters ghosts, spirits, curses and mysteries in his travels across India and abroad. He uses his wit, courage and knowledge to solve the cases and help the people in need. Some of his stories are set in Baroda's hometown of Baroda (now Vadodara) in Gujarat, where he lives with his uncle.

The Baroda stories are a mix of horror, humor and adventure. They showcase Sharadindu's imagination and creativity as well as his familiarity with different cultures and traditions. Some of the stories are inspired by folk tales, legends and myths from various regions of India and the world. The stories also reflect Sharadindu's views on social issues such as superstition, casteism, colonialism and nationalism.

The Baroda stories have been translated into several languages and adapted into films, television shows and comics. They have entertained generations of readers and continue to do so today. Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay is regarded as one of the finest writers of Bengali literature and one of the pioneers of Indian mystery and historical fiction.Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay was born in Purnea, Bihar on March 30, 1899 where his father was posted, although his ancestral home was in Baranagar, in north Kolkata. He completed his matriculation in 1915 from a school in Munger, after which he joined the Vidyasagar College in Kolkata. He wrote his first story 'Pretpuri', a Boroda story, when he was only 15 years old. He graduated in 1920 and then studied law in Patna. He gave up his legal practice after a few years and devoted himself to writing full-time. [^2^] [^3^]

He moved to Mumbai in 1928 to work as a screenwriter for films. He wrote scripts for several Hindi and Bengali movies, such as Rajat Jayanti, Durga, Abhagin, Jhinder Bandi and Chirakumar Sabha. He also directed a few films, such as Chirakumar Sabha and Protishodh. He collaborated with eminent actors and directors like Prithviraj Kapoor, P.C. Barua and Debaki Bose. He returned to Kolkata in 1952 and resumed his literary career. [^1^] [^2^]

He married Parul Bandyopadhyay in 1938 and had two sons and a daughter. He was fond of travelling and visited many places in India and abroad. He was also interested in sports, music and astrology. He died of a heart attack on September 22, 1970 in Pune, where he had gone for a film project. [^2^] [^3^]

He received several awards and honors for his literary works, such as the Rabindra Puraskar (1967) for Tungabhadrar Teere, the Bankim Puraskar (1970) for Jhinder Bandi and the Sahitya Akademi Award (1970) for Byomkesh Bakshi stories. He was also conferred the Padma Shri (1968) by the Government of India for his contribution to literature and cinema. [^1^] [^2^] 9160f4acd4

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