Adrish Bardhan (1 December 1932 – 20 May 2019) was a Bengali science fiction writer, editor and translator. Bardhan was born in Calcutta in British India. He graduated with a BSc from the University of Calcutta. He started his career as Purchase manager of a private company. After the resignation of the service Bardhan started writing Detective stories and science fictions. His creation, detective Indranath Rudra, lady Detective Narayani and Professor Nut Boltu Chakra got huge popularity among the Bengali readers. In 1963 Bardhan edited Ascharya, the first science fiction magazine of India. He also became the editor of the Fantastic magazine. He received Kishor Gyan Biggan Purashkar, Sudhindranath Raha Awards for his contributions in Bengali science fiction literature. Bardhan was the founder secretary of Science fiction cine club.

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