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He earned DPhil from the same university in , for his research in the field of short stories in Bengali literature. He started teaching at the University of Calcutta in In due course he became famous for his short stories, novels, plays etc.
Narayan Gangopadhyay's first story was published in 'Bichitra'. He was a romantic writer. Bhadate Chai and Agantuk were two of his widely acclaimed plays. He also wrote a few screenplays and songs for films and gramophone records. The leader of a group of four young lads who lived in the neighbourhood of Potoldanga, Tenida was depicted as the local big-mouthed airhead, who, although not blessed with academic capabilities, was admired and respected by the other three for his presence of mind, courage, and honesty as well as his vociferous appetite.
The narrator of the stories is Pyalaram, who seemed to share his leader's frailty in academic exertions. The stories of Tenida are basically two types.
Probhat Mukherjee Tenida. The shorthand, used after a person's name, is a mark of respect and acknowledgment of seniority. Pyalaram, the narrator of the stories, wrote from the point of view of the writer himself.
He was a timid member and suffered from a chronic stomach ailment. Pyalaram followed in his Tenida's footsteps, having repeated his final year in school for two years before passing matriculation with the rest of the gang. These names are listed, among other stories in the short novella in "Tenidar Abhijan" entitled "Charmurtir Abhijan".