Ghanada (also known as Ghonada) is a fictional character based in Calcutta, known for his tall tales. The author of these stories is Premendra Mitra, a renowned Bengali short story writer, novelist and poet.
Ananda Publishers has released a complete collection of all Ghanada stories and novels in three parts entitled…
Ghanada Samagra 1 [ঘনাদা সমগ্র ১], Ghanada Samagra 2 [ঘনাদা সমগ্র ২] and Ghanada Samagra 3 [ঘনাদা সমগ্র ৩]
Most of these books are available at: Amazon.in
Mosha [মশা] (Mosquito), Poka [পোকা] (Insect), Nuri [নুড়ি] (Pebble), Kaanch [কাঁচ] (Glass), Machh [মাছ] (Fish), Tupi [টুপি](Cap), Chhori [ছড়ি] (Stick), Lattu [লাট্টু] (Top), Dada [দাদা] (Elder Brother), Futo [ফুটো] (Hole), Daant [দাঁত] (Tooth), Ghori [ঘড়ি] (Watch), Haans [হাঁস] (Swan),Suto [সুতো](Thread), Dhil [ঢিল] (Stone), Chhunch [ছুঁচ] (Needle), Shisi [শিশি] (Bottle), Kencho [কেঁচো] (Earthworm), Maachi [মাছি] (Fly), Jal [জল] (Water), Chokh [চোখ] (Eye), Chhata [ছাতা](Umbrella), Ghanada Kulfi Khaan Na [ঘনাদা কুলফি খান না] (Ghanada Doesn’t Eat Kulfi) and more…
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