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  In 1913, Satyajit Ray’s grandfather Upendrakishore Raychowdhury started a Bengali children’s magazine called Sandesh. Roychowdhury passed away in 1915 and it was his son Sukumar Ray who took over the editorial mantle. Stories interspersed with fun, jokes and information made Sandesh a delightful read in a TV absent generation of readers. Subinoy Ray, Sukumar's younger brother took charge in 1923 when the latter passed away. The magazine travele...
Post by: Snehith Kumbla
          It’s been great hearing from you during this while. Do let us know what you’ve been reading and share your summer reads with us. Today is the birthday of cricket stalwart, Sachin Tendulkar. Some of our readers wanted to know of some recommended books on him. These are as follows along with the other questions and answers for this week.     On Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar - A Definitive Biography by Vaibhav...
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                        I hope you guys are having a good time as much as I have. With the New Year, there is a lot of fun in the air. Here are the questions and answers of this week. This week, I have focussed on some short-story collections and contemporary poetry.   Q 1: Tell me of some good short-story collections please. Thanks. - Runa, Bangalore Ans: You can try The Complete Adventure...
Post by: Kabita Sonowal
  All of us are thrilled by action and adventure. Starting from Satyajit Ray's Feluda to Enid Blyton's adventure stories, we have had a very brilliant dose of this genre. Moving on, there are is a world of action and adventure-packed books and authors to choose from. Action and adventure is the BookChums theme of the week. This week, we will feature some of the best works on action and adventure. We will feature authors who have given us some of the best stories ...
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