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Childhood Days Who Was Satyajit Ray, Writer, Director, Music Composer And Artist Where Did He Make His Beginnings Who Were The People He Grew Up With In This Charming Collection Of Stories From Ray S Childhood And Film Making Days, We Get A Glimpse Into The Life Of A Man Who Appeared Serious And Aloof To The World, And Find A Different, Accessible Ray Humorous, Tender, Affectionate He Tells Us About His First Taste Of An Ice Cream, His Initial Understandings Of The Principles Of Photography, And The Teasing He Had To Endure In School Because Of His Famous Father And Grandfather With Unassuming Grace He Writes About His Vast, Talented Family, Where Each Member Had His Or Her Special Quirks And Eccentricities In This Volume, Ray Also Shares Some Of His Experiences While Shooting Pather Panchali His Epic Debut, And Subsequent Films, Particularly For Children He Describes How An Entire Field Of Kaash Flowers Was Eaten Up By Cows Before He Could Shoot His Famous Scene With The Train In Pather Panchali And How A Circus Tiger Let Loose In A Bamboo Grove Chased Away A Group Of Curious Onlookers In The Blink Of An Eye Frank And Funny, These Stories Written Originally For The Bengali Children S Magazine Sandesh, Are An Essential Read For All Ray Enthusiasts As Well As Those Who Want To Know Ray, The Writer And Film Maker, Better.Translated From The Bengali By Bijoya Ray.

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    Childhood. words can t describe the beauty of it. its like a personal treasure that everyone has. Sometimes when you meet an old friend, or visit your home town or someone tells you about their own childhood images start pouring in. how things were then...

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    I am unsure as to why the book has been titled as Childhood days In fact, there are two aspects in the book the first of course relates to the childhood days of the filmmaker which is roughly about 80 pages One gets a glimpse of the curious mind of the remarkably talented personality through the narration, albeit a tad heavy on the personal details some of which is quite uninteresting to a lay reader The second part which tells about the experiences of the filmmaker is quite informative for a I am unsure as...

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    I relished this book It was written by Satyajit Ray in Bengali and later translated by his wife into English It is divided into two parts the first one dealing with his childhood and the next portion devouted to his movies anecdotes during movie shootings I dont remember watching a Ray film But now I am well versed with all his major films like Pather Panchali, Aparajito, byan something a big title , an...

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