“Dake Chilika Pani” is an exceptional Odia book written by Gananath Patra. This remarkable literary work delves into the awe-inspiring beauty and cultural heritage of Chilika Lake, the largest brackish water lagoon in Asia.
Gananath Patra, through his vivid descriptions and compelling narrative, takes readers on an enchanting journey across Chilika Lake, immersing them in its ecological marvels and captivating serenity. The book not only explores the various flora and fauna found in and around the lake but also sheds light on the impact of human activities on its delicate ecosystem.
Moreover, “Dake Chilika Pani” unveils the cultural significance of Chilika, highlighting the traditions, festivals, and livelihoods of the communities residing in this enchanting region. From the revered Goddess Kalijai to the fishing communities’ dependence on the lake for their survival, the author skillfully intertwines facts and folklore, creating a tapestry of stories that engage and educate readers.
What sets this book apart is the author’s unwavering passion for his subject matter. Patra’s meticulous research is evident throughout the book, making it a comprehensive and insightful read for anyone interested in Chilika’s natural wonders and its vibrant cultural fabric.
In a nutshell, “Dake Chilika Pani” is a gem in Odia literature, offering readers an immersive experience into the marvels of Chilika Lake. Whether you are a nature enthusiast, a history buff, or simply someone looking for a captivating read, this book is a must-have in your collection.
|Books name||Dake Chilika Pani|
|No Of pages||37|
|Printed At||Orient Press|