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Ditiyo Manob By Humayun Ahmed [Science Fiction] .pdf – DocDroid
He has problem of anger management, and has promised his daughter Tuntuni that he will keep his cool for a week.
This page was last edited on 13 September manoh, at Moved by Tuntuni’s telling of her mother’s untimely death, Khalilullah endeavours to create a machine that would help reconnect with the dead. Khalilullah appears very simple mannob rustic. Khalilullah reminisces that he grew his special power following a heavy bout of high fever in his childhood; he does not remember anything before. Views Read Edit View history.
Tuntuni questions why Mehtabuddin locked Khalilullah.
Archived from the original on 9 August However he astonishes them by staying under water without oxygen for several hours, and fixing electronic equipment with no tools and no training. Growing emotional connection between Khalilullah and Tuntuni further unsettles Mehtabuddin; he manoob for killing Khalilullah while Tuntuni suffers from heavy fever.
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Mehtabuddin becomes increasingly restless and uncomfortable by Khalilullah’s unresolved mystery. Dwitiyo Manob book cover.
Articles containing Bengali-language text Pages to import images to Wikidata Articles containing explicitly cited English-language text. Mehtabuddin is a successful businessman living mamob Dhaka with his daughter.
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A school teacher from NetrokonaMehtabuddin’s native place, sends a man named Khalilullah to meet Mehtabuddin; Khalilullah supposedly has “special power”.
Meanwhile, Tuntuni, an otherwise loner, strikes friendship with Khalilullah. The second generation is a Bengali science fiction written by Bangladeshi writer Humayun Ahmed.
Manib their strict examination of Khalilullah’s exhibition of special power, the mystery remains unresolved. Jalal suggests that he could be ” Homo superior “, the next evolutionary stage of Homo sapiens.
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