Chhutir Sharat by Sunil Gangopadhyay Bangla ebook pdf
Written by- Various author
Edited by- Sunil Gangopadhyay
Book genre- Children and Teenage storybook
File format- PDF
PDF Size- 38mb
Quality- best, without any watermark
Man has not yet been able to interfere with the motive of nature, people look to the sky for a living. When the clouds gather, the rain will begin. Or rain day after day, that doesn’t feel good anymore. For those of us who live in the city, we often do not remember what a deep connection our survival has with rain or no rain at the right time.
If there is no rain for a year, we will be in great danger. Again, if there is too much rain, it will come with flood, flood, destruction! So the study starts at the beginning of the year, what kind of rain will be throughout the year. The predictions that meteorologists make often do not match. Or it may increase our anxiety by not coming at the right time, then suddenly one morning the roar of the clouds is heard. That is why so many songs are written about rain, poems are written about clouds. There is some rain in autumn nowadays, but at the end of this month, the sky becomes white.
In our Bengal, autumn is the festival season. This autumn is a holiday month and this collection was published on the occasion of this autumn festival. All the nice stories, fairy tales, travels, comics, and pictures are beautifully arranged in this collection.
- Dear readers can collect another book of this series-
> Sunil Gangopadhyay’s Edited ‘Chhutir Ghanta’
> Sunil Gangopadhyay’s Edited ‘Chhutir Banshi’
There is a lot of novels and story for teenage readers like- detective, laughter, fairy tales, science fiction, social, miracle, travelogue, animal, ghost, funny, great people, magic, sports, discovery, comics, and also many kinds of the story available in this book. And all stories are written by various eminent writers. This wonderful book was edited by Sunil Gangopadhyay.
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