World of literature Buddhadev Guha dies due to a heart attack

World of literature Buddhadev Guha dies due to a heart attack.

The late literary Buddhadeb Guha. Kovid removed the following complication from the creator of ‘Rijuda.’ The veteran writer died of a heart attack at 11:25 p.m. Sunday.

He was 65 years old. He was also admitted to the hospital. However, he overcame all fears and returned home, recovering from Corona. Since then, Kovid has had multiple problems with his body.

He breathed his last on himself in a private hospital Sunday night. The entire literary community mourned his death.

After 33 days in the hospital, he won the fight against Corona. At the time, he told fans, “I’m not going to run out of it now.”

In addition to shortness of breath, the famous writer was also diagnosed with a urinary tract infection. He also had mild liver and kidney problems. Buddhadeva Guha also had vision problems.

A medical team of four doctors kept him under close observation. Once again, the doctor tested a Covid test. But the report comes out negative.

Buddhadeb Guha is the author of many time-honored novels. His notable writings, ‘Jangal Mahal,’ ‘Babli,’ ‘Madhukari,’ ‘Kojagar,’ ‘Halud Basant,’ ‘For a little heat’, ‘Kumudini’, ‘Khela Jahan’, ‘Changhare Gaan’ will be forever remembered in the literary world.

Buddhadeva Guha means a character like “Rijuda” or “Rivu”. He won the Ananda Award in 198 for his novel ‘Yellow Spring’. His contribution to adolescent literature is undeniable.

Buddhadeb Guha Short Biography

Full Name: Buddhadeb Guha
Date of Birth: 29 June 1936
Buddhadeb Guha wife name: Ritu Guha
Famous Books: Rijuda Samagra, Rivu, Jangal Mahal, Madhukari
Buddhadeb Guha Education: University of Calcutta, Scottish Church College, St. Xavier’s College Kolkata
Occupation:  Writer, ‎Chartered accountant
Died on: 30 August 2021

However, he will keep in the minds of some generations of youth to adult?

Buddhadev Guha was born on June 29, 1936, in Kolkata. He studied at St. Xavier’s College and later was a public accountant by profession.

He was also a member of the Advisory Council of the West Bengal Income Tax Department. He has also served as a member of the Akashvani Kolkata Audition Board.

But, the strength of his pen surpassed it all. The time-honored writings of Buddhadeb Guhar have enriched Bengali literature one after another.

Those writings will make you memorable forever. His death marked the end of an era in Bengali literature.

Many fans of the literary world of Bengal have expressed their condolences for the disappearance of Buddhadev Guha.


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