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Author Name: Ranjit Lal

Ranjit Lal was born in Kolkata in 1955, and educated in Mumbai, graduating in Economics and Sociology. As a freelance writer and columnist, he has over a thousand articles, short stories, features and photo-features published in over fifty newspapers and magazines in India and abroad. He has special interest in areas like natural history, photography, humour, satire and automobiles, on which he writes for both adults and children. He is one of the few Indian journalists to write satire and humour on a sustained basis. He has authored several books including The Crow Chronicles, The Life and Times of Altu Faltu, That Summer at Kalagarh, The Bossman Adventures, Enjoying Birds, Birds of Delhi, Birds from My Window, The Caterpillar Who Went on a Diet and Other Stories, When Banshee Kissed Bimbo and The Battle for No.19. Ranjit Lal lives in Delhi.

     Books By Author :: Ranjit Lal

   
The Crow Chronicles
 -by Ranjit Lal

The corrupt, though democratically elected avian government of the Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur is forcibly taken over by ... Read More

   
The Simians of South Block and the Yum Yum Piglets
 -by Ranjit Lal

A diabolical plan has just been set into motion by the anonymous powers that be, to rid Delhi's mighty South Block of the terri... Read More

   
That Summer at Kalagarh
 -by Ranjit Lal

The summer holidays start on a bad note. Gitanjali is furious with her cousins – Ajay, Ajit and Aveek – who call he... Read More



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