“Delangare Gandhi Seba Sanghar Satadin” is an Odia novel book published in 2014. Authored by N. Raghunath Sridhar Dhotre and translated by Prafulla Naik and Rames Chandra Mahapatra, this book is a significant addition to the Odia literature.
The novel revolves around the life of Delangare Gandhi, a fictional character, and his journey of fighting against injustice and oppression. Set in the backdrop of rural Odisha, the story portrays the struggles faced by the common people and their fight for social justice and equality.
Delangare Gandhi, the protagonist, is a man of strong principles and unwavering determination. He is deeply inspired by Mahatma Gandhi’s ideology of non-violence and takes it upon himself to bring about a change in society. The novel beautifully captures the essence of his efforts and sacrifices in the face of numerous challenges.
One of the key aspects of the book is its focus on highlighting the issues of caste discrimination and exploitation prevalent in rural Odisha. Delangare Gandhi works towards empowering the marginalized communities and fighting against the caste hierarchy that dominates their lives. The narrative delves into the complexity of caste dynamics and provides a thought-provoking commentary on social inequality.
The book also sheds light on various other socio-political issues, such as poverty, corruption, and the struggles of farmers. Through vivid descriptions and engaging storytelling, it presents a realistic portrayal of the rural landscape and the daily struggles of its inhabitants.
The collaborative effort of N. Raghunath Sridhar Dhotre as the author and Prafulla Naik and Rames Chandra Mahapatra as the translators brings this powerful story to a wider audience. Their impeccable writing skills ensure that the essence and emotions of the original text are effectively conveyed in the translated version.
“Delangare Gandhi Seba Sanghar Satadin” is a significant contribution to Odia literature, providing a platform for discussing social issues and advocating for change. It serves as a reminder of the power of individual determination and the importance of fighting for justice and equality.
Published in 2014, this book continues to resonate with readers and has earned critical acclaim for its compelling narrative and its exploration of important societal issues. It appeals to a diverse range of readers, both locally and nationally, and is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the nuances of rural Odisha and the struggles faced by its people.
|Delangare Gandhi Seba Sanghar Satadin/ଡେଲାଙ୍ଗରେ ଗାନ୍ଧିସେବା ସାଙ୍ଗରେ ସାତଦିନ
|Raghunath Sridhar Dhotre; Prafulla Naik, Rames Chandra Mahapatra, Tr.
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