First located in 1907 and then subsequently assumed lost, the letter has never been the subject of sustained analysis.
Addressed to a scholar in the discipline of nyāyaśāstra, the letter is the only available example of a personal letter between Sanskrit scholars from Bengal in the premodern period.
This has resulted in a number of disagreements among modern scholars about the identities of the individuals named in the letter.
This note provides a translation of the letter and presents arguments for identifying the individuals named in the letter.
I like flowers in spring, rain in summer, leaves in autumn, and snow in winter.
I like to sleep early, I like to get up late; I like to be alone, I like delicious food and comfortable shoes; I like good books and romantic movies.
reveals that Das has not only studied the genre of whodunits very carefully, but imbibed its techniques so well as to create a foolproof script without discernible loopholes.
He injects enough twists and turns in the plot to keep us guessing, and adheres to the prescription of making the most unlikely person culpable.
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It then concludes by briefly reflecting upon the importance of the letter and its use in scholarly communication.
, Dramatics Calcutta picks a whodunit, whereas The Ultimate Theatre does the reverse, regressing into West End sex farce after having adapted a Vijay Tendulkar satire.