Bhaduri is noted for his scholarly but simple interpretations of ancient Indian tales, particularly those appearing in the Indian epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata.[5] He generally writes in Bengali and has written books like Balmikir Ram O Ramayan, Arjun o Draupadi, Krishna, Kunti Ebong Kaunteyo, and others.[4] For many years he has been writing essays on Hindu epic characters in Bengali magazines (specially Sarodiya issues of Bartaman and Ananda Publishers books like Anandamela, Desh) etc. In his book Dandaniti Bhaduri has dealt with the idea of politics in ancient and mediaeval India.[6] Bhaduri's regular column Katha Amrita Saman published in Sangbad Pratidin's Sunday supplement issue Robbar which formerly edited by Rituparno Ghosh. Krishna has been a special interest of Bhaduri. He has written multiple books and essays on the character. In the book Mahabharater Bharat Yuddha Ebong Krishna he has discussed on the role of Krishna in Kurukshetra War. (Wikipedia)