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Ultorath  (1949 - Bengali)

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  • Sarathi Guha
    Sarathi Guhawrote on Apr 3 2008 5:15PM

    Gurudas's wife was Malika. Malika had one distant related niece Renuka. Pakari was Renuka's husband. Sisir was the closest friend of Pakari. Sipra ws Renuka's friend. Renuka was suffering from such an illness which had no cure. Renuka was supposed to go to karmatar ?for a wealth change. But how would she stay there all alone. So Sipra was requested to go alongwith Renuka. Pakari also invited his writer friend Sisir there. Sipra started her journey and reached on a rainy evening ? by one such a relvide ?which always ran in the wrong direction due to its driver Natradaip. But inspite of that, ultimately Sipra reached there. Sisir had already reached there. But both Sipra and Sisir were surprised as there was no body present. They spent the night there, but in the night all the belongings of them were stolen. Next morning there asked ? gurudas and malika. The throught ?sipra and sisir as thieres? malika also discovered that the valuable diamond-set nacklace was lost from the deity. Sisir was in a dillema whether to disclose his identiy to Gurudas and Malika. So he introduced him as "pakari" and sipru as his wife "renuka" though Sipra had strong reservations of introducing herself as temporary wife of Sisir. Then there appeared real Renuka and Pahari. At last everything was clear to Gurudas and Malika. Actually they were enjoying the lies so far descided by Sipru and Sisir. In the end all was well. Sisir and Sipra became real husband and wife.

     
 

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