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My first reaction on hearing the name Feluda was "oh no, some stupid teenager who wants to solve some kiddish mysteries!
The stories start from Danger in Darjeeling to the The curse of the goddess in vol. As i had read Byomkesh Bakshi before staring on Feluda, The first two stories did seem a bit lame but the pace begins to pick up as you start " Trouble in Gangtok" Talking about the characters, Feluda aka Pradosh C Mitter is a 27 year old nah, he is not a teen!
He knows only Bengali and English, uses Greek to write in his personal notebook, is valiant and brave and is very secretive. Not even Topshe, his cousin and aide and our narrator, comes to know about his intentions right till the end.
Topshe or Tapesh is a 15 year old teen who is shown to be 13 at the start who is the narrator of our story and a great admirer of his cousin. Infact you get so used to Topshe narrating the stories so well, that you feel him to be a part of yourself and watching the action at the battle scene rather than only reading about it. Lalmohan Ganguli or Jatayu is a writer of crime thrillers whose physical appearance is completely opposite to that expected from a writer of crime fiction.
His under developed persona and slow mind provide comic relief throughout the book. It is difficult to think about Feluda without Jatayu.
Every lover of mysteries and crime fiction should and must read Feluda. As probasi as it can get. Goodreads is not for reading books. It is for exploring books, recommending, connecting to fellow bookworms, etc.. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. View all 7 comments. View all 4 comments.
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May 25, Devina Dutta rated it really liked it. Feluda was recommended to me by many including my parents who had read the stories when they were kids. Written by master film maker Satyajit Ray in the s, the first Feluda adventure was published in Ray's Bengali magazine for kids 'Sandesh'.
Meant originally for children and teens,the series soon became hit with the adult readers as well and everyone wanted a Feluda adventure to read and share right from 8 year olds to 50 year old adults. My first reaction on hearing the name Feluda was "oh Feluda was recommended to me by many including my parents who had read the stories when they were kids.
My first reaction on hearing the name Feluda was "oh no, some stupid teenager who wants to solve some kiddish mysteries! The stories start from Danger in Darjeeling to the The curse of the goddess in vol.
As i had read Byomkesh Bakshi before staring on Feluda, The first two stories did seem a bit lame but the pace begins to pick up as you start " Trouble in Gangtok" Talking about the characters, Feluda aka Pradosh C Mitter is a 27 year old nah, he is not a teen!
He knows only Bengali and English, uses Greek to write in his personal notebook, is valiant and brave and is very secretive.
Not even Topshe, his cousin and aide and our narrator, comes to know about his intentions right till the end. Topshe or Tapesh is a 15 year old teen who is shown to be 13 at the start who is the narrator of our story and a great admirer of his cousin. Infact you get so used to Topshe narrating the stories so well, that you feel him to be a part of yourself and watching the action at the battle scene rather than only reading about it.
Lalmohan Ganguli or Jatayu is a writer of crime thrillers whose physical appearance is completely opposite to that expected from a writer of crime fiction. His under developed persona and slow mind provide comic relief throughout the book.
It is difficult to think about Feluda without Jatayu. Every lover of mysteries and crime fiction should and must read Feluda. Aug 01, Shantanu rated it it was amazing.
I am a probasi bengali. As probasi as it can get. I've born, brought up and ruined in Kanpur. Neither of my parents have any deep roots whatsoever in Kolkata. I've been to Kolkata just once for a month though. I don't like fish you can facepalm now and can neither read or write my mother tongue. So I've been told that essence of Satyajit Ray's writing has been lost somewhat in translation and no matter how much I like it, the bengali version of the stories will always be better. But even then, I am a probasi bengali.
But even then, I was completely mesmerized by the first half of Feluda's adventures. I am now itching to travel to Kolkata and discover all the places that Ray mentions in his stories, do a Feluda walk if you'd like to call it. Of late, I've been reading a lot of detective fiction and the next set of books that I'll be ordering from Flipkart has a few of them as well.
But these stories have been the most engrossing ones so far. The book has been unputdownable. Mind you that these stories were originally meant for kids even teens but Feluda is every bit your Sherlock Holmes and Topshe your Watson..
The stories are even more enjoyable thanks to the bumbling Lalmohan Babu or Jatayu as they know him. This collection, this particular edition, though poor in print quality, has the stories in chronological order.
So you can make sense of all the references and actually see the characters develop in front of your eyes.
Satyajit Ray also takes you around the country, to the desert, to the mountains and to every nook and corner of Calcutta. Must read. I am also planning to download a set of Bomkesh Bakshi stories but am still looking for a complete collection and not scattered translations. May the force be with me. Jai baba vishwanath! View 2 comments. A fun read. I like the way they explored different cities in different adventures, just like Indian James Bond: As I said - A Fun Read: Jan 01, Kavita rated it it was amazing Shelves: I finally got around to starting the Around the World tour I had been promising myself for a few months now.
And where better to start than my own country, especially considering I haven't really read some of the literary gems from India. The author is well known for his films and has received numerous awards. But it came as a surprise to me that he also wrote short stories and essays.
The Complete Adventures of Feluda is a collection of short stories written in the Sherlock Holmes tradition, wi I finally got around to starting the Around the World tour I had been promising myself for a few months now.
The Complete Adventures of Feluda is a collection of short stories written in the Sherlock Holmes tradition, with Indian settings and a far nicer detective than Holmes though I love the narcissistic Holmes to pieces.
The narrator is Topshe, or Tapeshranjan, Feluda's cousin. He is younger than Feluda and chronicles all of Feluda's cases in detail.
The device works very well, and perhaps one of the rare cases where a young narrator is not irritating. Feluda, of course, is the detective who loves riddles and puzzles and is smart and intelligent.
He is well-read and enjoys having different experiences. Lalmohan Ganguly aka Jatayu is their friend and accompanies them everywhere on their cases. He is a famous writer of mystery stories and gets his ideas from their trips and investigations. The trio make a wonderful team and work well together. The stories were originally written for children, but they are far more than children's stories. They are a chronicle of life in the 60s and 70s.
The cases take Feluda and his friends all over India. Ray has a way with words when it comes to describing a place or an event. He dragged me right inside the pages and I ended up actually visiting these places with the trio. It was a beautiful experience. The plots were simple but not boring.
It is in the plots that a strong influence of Doyle is seen. Things like buried treasures and family squabbles over inheritance were imported straight from England to India, but they were not damaged in transit.
Ray managed to make these stories intensely Indian. My favourite story was Bandits of Bombay which satirised Bollywood.
There is a thread of humour running through all the stories and usually in the form of the bumbling and nervous Jatayu. I love Jatayu's character so much! In spite of being a crime writer, he could hardly survive the adventures. Definitely a touch of Hastings there!
Jatayu's books are outlandish and Feluda consistently points out mistakes in his research. Well, I say research, but Jatayu does nothing of that sort! A lot of the humour arises from this simple device. There are, of course, a couple of drawbacks. There are hardly any woman present in the book. Not just the trio, but the world they live in seem to be populated entirely by men.
I don't know why this should be so because Bengali literature is scattered with strong and powerful female characters. So it is intensely disappointing that Ray left out women entirely from the lovely world of Feluda. I was a little annoyed at the glorification of hunting in The Royal Bengal Mystery as well.
However, these are but small irritations in a book that is consistently interesting and well-written. Jun 30, Pallavi Kamat rated it it was amazing.
It's a mystery why I hadn't read any Feluda stories till date. However, better late than never. Feluda Pradosh C. This book has a collection of 16 short stories which travel from Darjeeling to Gangtok and from Varanasi to Bombay. The mysteries range from loss of something valuable to past life memories to even a murder sometimes!
Satyajit Ray h It's a mystery why I hadn't read any Feluda stories till date.
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He's also shown to be good at networking and maintaining friendly relationships with all. Tapesh is in awe of his elder cousin and tries to emulate him as much as he can.
Ganguli is an author who tries to write books inspired by the mysteries he is part of. In addition to taking us through the adventures, the stories are a great tourism advertisement as well. I loved reading the descriptions Feluda visited and can't wait to visit at least some, if not all the places mentioned in the book.
Ray is known to be a great storyteller and it was fascinating to read all the stories with some vivid descriptions. All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this collection of short stories. Additional reading which I wish to do after reading the book: Matrix numbers Nanasaheb Some of the many places mentioned in the book: Feb 04, Avadhut rated it really liked it.
Review — A recent article about the release of a new Feluda movie brought back happy memories of this childhood series.
We know Satyajit Ray as the Oscar winning filmmaker but not many Indians, especially non-Bengalis know that he was also an author par excellence. Fortunately I http: He started writing Feluda stories in and between and wrote 35 stories featuring Pradosh C.
Feluda is very choosy in his cases and accepts only the ones that intrigue him most. Ray introduced Lalmohan Ganguli a. Jatayu, writer of bestselling thrillers whose hero — Prakhar Rudra is nothing short of a superman. Watch this space for my review of the second volume once I read it myself.
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