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Pandob Goyenda 19

By Sasthipada Chattopadhyay

Category: Pandob Goyenda


From our school days, we are a fan of Anondamela Pujabarshiki. This magazine contains many stories of young detectives as well as novels and stories of famous writers. When Durga Puja comes, we wait eagerly for the magazine. One of the stories, which we love to read always, is Pandob Goyenda by Sosthipodo Chatterjee.
 
We have been able to collect some books of Pandob Goyenda series. You can go to the Download link & download the books. Please note that, this Bangla Book (PDF) downloading is fully free.
 
Pandob Goyenda is an adventure series. In these series there are five young boys & girls. They are Bablu, Bilu, Bhombol, Bachchu & Bichchu. Bachchu & Bichchu are twin sisters. And they have a Dog, named Panchu. Panchu is blind of an eye. But, the Pandob Goyenda is not complete without Panchu. Everyday they meet together at "Mittir-der Bagan". They made journey all over India & punish the Culprits. Bablu has a Licensed-Pistol. In need he use it.
 
The first 6 series with 17 adventures are published by "New Bengal Press". And the 7th to rest series are publishing by "Ananda Publishers". Presently, there are 30 series of them...
 
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