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Kailai Ene Ghatichhil    (ASSAMESE)  -  It Happened Tomorrow
Kailai Ene Ghatichhil (ASSAMESE) - It Happened Tomorrow

Kailai Ene Ghatichhil (ASSAMESE) - It Happened Tomorrow

by Dinesh Chandra Goswami

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Product ID:29902

Language

Assamese

Publisher

National Book Trust

ISBN

9788123716596 - Year: 2010 - Pages: 254

Binding

Paperback

Dinesh Chandra Goswami

Author: Dinesh Chandra Goswami
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Bal Phondke
Publisher: National Book Trust
Year: 2010
Language: Assamese
Pages: 254
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788123716596

Description

This volume presenting Indian science fiction cutting across the panoply of regional languages had not been published earlier.

The first Indian science fiction story is said to have been written in Bengali by Jagadish Chandra Bose and around the same time in Marathi by S. B. Ranade. Over the years science fiction had developed in other languages too, like in Tamil, but it has found strong roots in Marathi language primarily and this becomes evident in this anthology too.

A comprehensive view of the trends in Indian science fiction can be obtained by going through this compilation of select stories in various Indian languages carefully culled by author-editor Bal Phond ke, who also happens to be the Director of the Publications and Information Directorate, CSIR, New Delhi.

Contents

1. The ice age cometh – Jayant V. Narlikar
2. The imposter – Bal Phondke
3. Einstein the second – Laxman Londhe
4. A journey into darkness – Subodh Jawadekar
5. The man – Niranjan S. Ghate
6. Ruby - Arun Mande
7. Birthright - Shubhada Gogate
8. Catastrophe in blue - Anish Deb
9. Time - Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay
10. The elevation - Niranjan Sinha
11. Dilemma - Sujatha
12. Venus is watching - Rajashekar Bhoosnurmath
13. The lift - Sanjay Havanur
14. An encounter with God - Debabrata Dash
15. Twice upto a time - Mukul Sharma
16. The second coming - R.N. Sharma
17. Rain - Kenneth Doyle
18. Goodbye, Mr. Khanna - Devendra Mewari
19. The adopted son - Arvind Mishra

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