Samaresh Majumdar

Other names of Samaresh Majumdar: Samares Mazumdar
Samaresh Majumdar Bengali Actor

Samares Mazumdar (born 10 March; 1944) is an Indian author from West Bengal, India. He is most known for his Animesh series of books, the second (Kalbela), which won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1984. He's also recognized for creating the character Arjun, the analyst character who stars in Arjun – Kalimpong E Sitaharan, a film released in 2013.

Buno Haansh, a Bengali movie released on August 15, 2014, is based on his novel of the same name published in Pujabarshiki Anondolok. Mazumdar spent his youth years in the tea gardens of Dooars, Gairkata in Jalpaiguri district, West Bengal, India.

He was an understudy of the Jalpaiguri Zilla School, Jalpaiguri. He finished his single man's in Bengali from Scottish Church College in Kolkata. Followed by a Masters in Bengali Literature from the University of Calcutta. His first story seemed in Desh literary magazine in Quite a while") his first novel, which was distributed in Desh in 1976.

He was related with the Ananda Bazar Prakashana, a significant distributing house in Calcutta. Mazumdar is an adaptable author. However, a significant number of his books have a hint of rush and tension connected to them. His books include Aath Kuthuri Noy Daraja, Bandinibash, Daybadhha, and Buno Haansher Palak. Maybe his most famous novel is Saatkahon.

Being a productive author who has dominated in various types, Samares Mazumdar has dealt with brief tales, books, travelogs, and kids' fiction. Banga Bibhushan Samman - 2018 granted by Government of West Bengal.Sera Bangali - 2018, Bankim Puroshkar -2009 for Kolikataye Nobokumar, Sahitya Akademi Award -1984 for Kalbela, Ananda Purashkar -1982, BFJA, Dishari and Chalachchitra Prasar Samity - Best Script Writer - 1982.