Nana Ranger Galpa by Swapan Buro Bengali story book PDF.
Book Name – Nana Ranger Galpa,
Author – Swapan Buro (Real name Akhil Niyogi),
Book Format – PDF,
PDF size – 6 MB (Compressed file),
Genre – Story Collection,
Swapan Buro wrote the Bengali story book Nana Ranger Galpa.
The short story book Nana Ranger Galpa is written by Swapan Buro. Author Akhil Niyogi wrote most of his books under his pseudonym. His pen name is Swapan Buro. He is well known in Bengali literature under his pseudonym. He excelled in writing children’s literature.
His children’s literary works are still widely read and collected in Bengali literature. So most of the teenagers and young adults go crazy for the magical composition of his writings and most of his works are lively and popular. So the youth became eager to collect his books.
What is the real name of Swapan Buro?
Ghumparani Gaan is his popular work so he is known as a children’s writer. Writer Swapan Buro’s popular works are Hasir Halla, Beparoa, Rupakatha, Adventure, Deshe Deshe Mor Ghar Ache etc. His published books include Kishore Abhiyan, Bhuture Desh, Khelar Sathi, Bastuhara, Babui Basa Boarding, Dhanyi Chele.
What is the name of the author Akhil Niyogi known to children?
Writer Akhil Niyogi was born in Sankrail Tangail, Mymensingh, Bangladesh on 25 October 1902. He had a lot of contact with Bengali films. He was first associated with films as an artist. Later he was seen as a director actor lyricist. He directed the film “Muktir Bandane”.
He was a regular writer and director of the children’s section of Yugantar magazine. He composed many songs for children under the pseudonym Swapan Buro. Since then he is widely known as a renowned children’s writer.
When Swapan Buro was honored by Bangla Sahitya Akademi?
Writer Swapan Buro was honored by Bangla Sahitya Akademi for perfect writing style in his literary works and won many medals. He went to Vienna in 1952 at the invitation of the International Society for the Protection of Children. The Government of West Bengal honored him with the ‘Vidyasagar Award’ in 1988 for his immense knowledge and skill in literature. In 2003 he was honored with the National Award.