Audiobooks Narrated by Swapan Kumar Gangopadhyay

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Ashani Sanket : MyStoryGenie Bengali AudioBox Set 2: Pathology of the Hidden Audiobook

Ashani Sanket : MyStoryGenie Bengali AudioBox Set 2: Pathology of the Hidden

This is the second gift-set among a bouquet of AudioBox Set publications on 'Thriller, Horror & Dark Psychology' from “My StoryGenie” Bengali audiobook series. Featuring an exclusively copyrighted and curated collection of Bengali audio stories (only from My StoryGenie) from a wide spectrum of Bengal authors – ranging from some literary giants, celebrated luminaries to some promising upcoming pens of the present era, this treatise will present you with a “themed audio-stories bundle” covering the pathological instinct of dark psychology that is evocative of fear, horror & irrational vulnerability. This resonating train of 14 audio dramas, back to back, takes you on an unforgettable audio journey of more than 9 & 1/2 hours of thrill and chill. This treatise includes adaptations from selected short stories of Harinarayan Chattopadhyay, Bani Basu, Suchitra Bhattacharya, Debarati Mukhopadhyay, Tilottama Majumdar, Debjyoti Bhattacharya, Debatosh Das, Abhijnan Roychowdhury & Pallabi Sengupta. Tune in to this editor's collection and set out on a roller coaster ride that oscillates between supernatural horror and chilling plots of raw passion set on the fallibilities of human emotions.

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Ami Pluto : MyStoryGenie Bengali Audiobook 33: Children's Science Fiction Adventure Audiobook

Ami Pluto : MyStoryGenie Bengali Audiobook 33: Children's Science Fiction Adventure

Pluto and his school mate - Neel has just finished their grade sixth examination and are in the mood to have some fun inside the neighbourhood garden of the Kayals'. The garden is rich in verdant growth and it harbours a big pond at its center that typically attracts young kids who enjoy splashing in its cool waters amidst the quiet greeneries all around. Suddenly they hear a voice which is calling Pluto by his name. Initially they get scared but they finally discover another kid hiding behind the bushes. The kid later introduced self as "Pluto - the dwarf ninth planet" of the solar system. Obviously the kids thought it is some kind of a joke but the new comer sounds very convincing.  What did the new comer tell to the school children and what did they do after hearing the tale?? Enjoy the kiddy adventure roller coaster of a science fiction fantasy from Author Debatosh Das and discover your curious childhood all over again in this 'My StoryGenie' Bengali Audiobooks series presentation.

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Ek Dui Arai : MyStoryGenie Bengali Audiobook 29: Crime Thriller Audiobook

Ek Dui Arai : MyStoryGenie Bengali Audiobook 29: Crime Thriller

Octogenarian retired bureaucrat and widower - Mr Krishna Majumdar, suddenly passed away in his sleep, as the circumstances seem to suggest. His only son has been living in the United States, and thus Mr Majumdar was living all alone during the last many years, with only a domestic help by his side - Pradeep. But his son suspected foul play after reading the time of death reported in the death certificate, as Mr Majumdar normally use to sleep late and furthermore he didn't respond to his son's multiple video calls that evening which were made well before his normal bed time, although he was supposed to be expecting phone call from his USA based son that night.  Police stepped in to investigate the case and spoke to Mr Probal Sengupta - who has been Mr Majumdar's neighbour and companion in his chess games off late. Mr Sengupta hinted at depression and suicidal tendencies in his chess buddy, attributing it to Mr Majumdar's loneliness at such advanced age. His narratives seemed to be quite convincing to the investigating officer and generally to the detective department although they found out that Mr Sengupta had deliberately under reported certain facts pertaining to the case and had suppressed his knowledge about surprisingly similar cases that occurred in that neighbourhood in the recent times. As the investigation headed for a stalemate with no apparent break-through in the offing, private investigator - Dharini Koyal aka 'DK' was roped in to navigate the muddy waters.  Will DK succeed to navigate through the maze crafted by an obsessive chess player in the veritable end game?? Tune in to this pulsating crime thriller from Debatosh Das - one of the most admired pens of this generation in this 'MyStoryGenie' Bengali Audiobooks presentation.

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Megh Ase Rodh Hanshe: Children's Classic Literature Audiobook

Megh Ase Rodh Hanshe: Children's Classic Literature

'Suku' was very good in his academics and he had an inquisitive mind that prompted him to explore unknowns with enthusiasm. Once he got attracted to his father's beaming 'Parker' pen that he found in his father's study table drawer and he was tempted to take it to his school to impress his friends. That very day, he also carried a live 'beetle' to school, encased in a box to try studying its behavior through the day and perhaps to catch few advises about the insect from his biology teacher - 'Father Dyson'. But things went out of control as his classmate - 'Mary Alva' became curious to know about both these curious collections. The insect broke loose and created panic among the kids before jetting out of the window. The resultant commotion also threw the valuable pen somewhere under the desks and Suku was bitter and anxious about losing both his valuables. That evening, Suku's father came enquiringly about the pen but fear psychosis prevented Suku from admitting the truth and to the contrary he tried pushing the blame on to his brother 'Ruku'. Innocent and upright Ruku got very upset while Suku became crestfallen because of his cowardice in owing up the truth and so was their father - 'Dr. Mukherjee', who expected one of his sons to admit his mistake as such accidents might have happened with anyone.  Did Suku manage to overcome his fear psychosis in admitting the truth and what lessons did the two kids learn in the bargain?? Tune in to this all time classic children's literature from the legendary Sanjib Chattopadhyay in yet another classic collection from 'MyStoryGenie' Bengali Audiobooks series.

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