Ghanada

Ghanada (Bengali: ঘনাদা) is a fictional character in Bengali literature created by Premendra Mitra primarily for children and teenagers, though readers of all ages enjoys him. The suffix "da" behind the name "Ghana" commonly means "respected elder brother" in Bengali.

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Ghanada - Adaptations - Radio-drama
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Ghonada - Trivia
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Premendra Mitra - As An Author and Editor
... In particular, his creation of the character of Ghanada (meaning 'Elder brother Ghana' in Bengali) may be seen from many perspectives although Ghanada is apparently an uninterested unemployed middle aged ... It is obvious that while Ghanada himself has not been involved in any of the adventures he claims to have taken part in, he is certainly a very learned man with an exceptional gift for storytelling ... Ghanada may be seen as Mitra's parody or caricature of the Bengali urban middle class celibate intellectual, who is at home in the world of books and knowledge, but has little practical experience ...