Kiriti Roy brings in a sense of suave and scientific rationality to the job. Omnius page was last edited on 19 Decemberat He is immaculately suited and booted during his professional duties and wears a dressing gown at home, a silk kimono and tatami grass slippers at home.
His stories have a sense of adventure, of stalking criminals in the night, in general, a certain blood-curdling quality. As part of the Kiriti series, there are around 80 novels and stories.
His curled hair is mostly combed back, and the black celluloid spectacles make his clean-shaven face highly attractive.
The first story introduces him as follows: After Feluda and Byomkesh, comes Kiriti”. His clientele were the creme de la creme of society — royal figures, zamindars and affluent businessmen. The Times of India. Always a class apart, Kiriti is a deadly combination of intelligence and physical power. The radio adaptations of Kiriti are mainly in the form of Sunday Suspense stories over the last few years.
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Krishna is intelligent, happens to be a good singer can sing Rabindrasangeetcan speak Bengali, has a mind of her own and takes keen interest in her husband’s work. With a long coat and cap, and a Briar pipe hanging from his lips, he is a dashing detective and very different from other sleuths. Reward for virtue and scorn for sin is the thumb rule of oknibus universe. Mostly, he carries a magnifying glass with him. He is perhaps the only Bengali detective who deconstructs a crime.
In his own words, “In this universe, virtue and sin reside in parallel. The courtship ends in marriage In the tale “Holud Shoitan”.
Kiriti Roy is described as a ‘rahasyabhedi’ private eye in Bengali and one of the few sleuths who takes the rich legacy of Bengali detective novels forward, with the tales being gripping and edgy. In and around the onmibus eighties, an attempt was made to create a radio series on Kiriti’s tales. They were posh and equally well-dressed.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Though this private eye doesn’t wear Bangaliana on his sleeve, but flaunts a Western look, he is roundly Bengali and nationalistic in thought. Kiriti solves crimes with the help of his associate, Subrata Roy. After saving her from a difficult situation in the tale “Kalo Bhromor”, Kiriti falls in love with Krishna Mehta, a Parsi lady.