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Narayan Sanyal
 

Sri Narayan Sanyal (26 April 1924, Calcutta - 7 February 2005) was a well-known writer of modern Bengali literature.

Sanyal's father was Chittasukh Sanyal, who was an engineer from B.E. College in Shibpur, Howrah, India and mother late Basantalata Devi.

He received several awards for literature including Rabindra Puraskar (for "Aporupa Ajanta" in 1969), Bankim Purashkar (for "Rupmanjari" in 2000), Narasingha Dutta Award. Many of his books were filmed and he won the Best Film Story Writer Award for the story "Satyakaam" Bengal Film Journalists.

Although Sanyal is known mostly as a novelist, he was an equally eminent civil engineer by profession. After graduating in science from the University of Calcutta, he passed Bachelor of Engineering from Bengal Engineering College in 1948. Thereafter he joined Public Works Department and later National Buildings Organisation, Ministry of Works and Housing, Eastern Region, Govt. of India. He was a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers (India)] and a Fellow of the Association of Engineers (India). He wrote books in Civil Engineering also like Vaastu Vigyan. He also wrote a series of detective fiction called the "Kanta" (Thorn) series, the framework of which was borrowed from the "Perry Mason" series of Erle Stanley Gardner and many of the individual stories were adapted from well-known English stories.

 

 

Narayan Sanyal with his friends at Shibpur

 

Works

Sanyal wrote numerous books that dealt with many topics, such as children, science, art and architecture, travels, psychiatric, technology, refugee problems, history, biographical pieces, and Devadasi-related.

Muskil Aasaan
Bakultala P.L. Camp
Satyakam-
Biswasghatak
Prabanchak
Antarleena
Asleelotar Daye
Emonta To Hoyei Thake
Pashanda Pandit
Parabola Sir
Ladly Begum
Buldozer Lady Ebong
Dandak Shabory
Dandakaranyo
Lal Trikon
Lindeberg
Shaatordhe
Monami
Ami Rasbehari Ke Dekhechi
Ami Netaji Ke Dekhechi
Netajir Rahasyo Sandhane
 
Hey Hanso Balaka
Gajomukta
TajEr Swapno
Aabar Jodi Ichcha Karo
Daante O Anyanyo
Raskel

Nagchampa
Bharatiyo Bhaskarje Mithun
Rupamanjari
Ajanta Aparupa
La-jawab-delhi o Aparupa Agra
Sutanuka Ek Debdasir Naam
Sutanuka Kono Debdasir Naam Noy
Timi Timingil
Milanantak
Neelimay Neel
Prem
Origamy
Aartemisiya

 

 

 
 
 
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Born : 26 April 1924
Died : 7 February 2005
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