Suspense short stories in marathi
Gahire Pani by Ratnakar MatkariMatkaris first work, the one-act play Wedi Manase,was presented in 1955 on All India Radio in Mumbai.His play Pahuni was presented the next year at another venue.
Matkari worked as a columnist for newspapers and magazines in the 1970s. He wrote the column Soneri Savalya n Apale Mahanagar for four years.
Matkaris 98 works thus far include 33 plays, 8 collections of his one-act plays, 18 books of his short stories, 3 novels, a book of poems for children, and 14 plays and three collections of plays for children.His works include Gudha Katha --mysteries—for adults which maintain realism.Matkari wrote a few plays in Indian languages other than Marathi.Many of Matkaris novellas have been adapted for the stage.
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from a long dream. I was seated on a bench,read suspense short story. Powar would be a Maharashtrian pann mala marathi yeath nai ”.
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He wrote more than books in Marathi, primarily in the horror genre. Shapath was a story inspired by King's "IT" , and Tumbbad later made into a film of the same name heavily borrowed in parts from King's Gramma. Dharap earned a B. Tech degree from Mumbai University. The main characters which can be found often in his stories or novels are: Samarth, Appa Joshi, Krishnachandra, Panta.
The sound of an approaching train must have woken me up. It was as if I had woken up from a long dream. I was seated on a bench and when I opened my eyes, I could barely recognize the surroundings — totally new faces, new people, a whole new country. How did I reach this place? A person — a young man in his late twenties, alighted from the train. I repeated. Again Silence.