Barun Roy

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Barun Roy
Born Barun Roy
(1977-11-04) 4 November 1977 (age 39)
Darjeeling, India
Occupation Author, Journalist, Essayist. Cartoonist
Nationality Indian
Period 1998–present
Genre Realism, Satire
Subject Fiction, Spirituality, Theology, Politics

Barun Roy (born November 4, 1977) is an Indian author, journalist and blogger. He was educated at Darjeeling and Chennai. The first book authored by Roy was Portraits of Life, a collection of short stories. 'Nafisha', the first story in this book, later inspired a Bollywood blockbuster Yahaan. Other books authored by Roy include Beginners Guide to Journalism, Slim and Smart Body, Vedas, Revisited and Fallen Cicada - Unwritten History of Darjeeling Hills. A dedicated journalist, Roy founded Beacon, a monthly English news magazine published from Darjeeling, West Bengal. Beacon, now The Himalayan Beacon is a popular magazine with a large base in Darjeeling Hills.

Books authored by Barun Roy

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