On Sunday around 11:30 p.m., eminent Bengali writer Buddhadeb Guha died in a private hospital in Kolkata. He was 85 years old at the time.
Buddhadeb Guha was hospitalized to a hospital in April after contracting Covid. He was sick with Covid for 33 days. On July 31, he was hospitalized to Belle Vue Hospital for post-covid problems.
He had various complications, including respiratory problems and a urinary infection, according to hospital officials.
On June 29, 1936, Buddhadeb was born. He spent the majority of his childhood in Bangladesh’s Barishal, Rangpur, and Joypurhat. He went to Barishal Zila School, St Xavier’s College, and Calcutta University for his education.
He was married to Ritu Guha, a renowned Rabindra Sangeet performer.
Jongli Mahal was Buddhadeb’s debut novel. Madhukari, Kojagor, Ababahika, Babli, Panchoprodip, Kumudini, Bati Ghar, Bhabar Somoi, Ragmala, Aainar Samne, and Sajghor are among his works.
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