Jala Jibana Jada by Manoranjan Ray is a mesmerizing Odia book that delves into the intertwined relationship between human life and water. The author, an accomplished writer in Odia literature, explores the significance of water through various narratives, anecdotes, and real-life experiences.
The book is divided into several chapters, each focusing on a specific aspect of water’s importance to human life. From its vital role in sustaining life and providing nourishment to the ecosystem, to its cultural, social, and spiritual importance, the author leaves no stone unturned in his exploration of this precious resource.
One of the most striking features of Jala Jibana Jada is its ability to balance scientific facts with cultural and spiritual beliefs. The author seamlessly weaves together traditional stories, folktales, and rituals associated with water, to create a holistic view of its importance across different domains.
The writing style is lucid and accessible, making it easy for readers of all ages to understand and appreciate the message being conveyed. Additionally, the book is richly illustrated with stunning visuals that bring the narrative to life.
Overall, Jala Jibana Jada is a must-read for anyone interested in learning about the significance of water in human life and the environment. Manoranjan Ray’s unique narrative style and insightful commentary make this book a valuable addition to any reader’s collection.
|Books name||Jala Jibana Jada|
|No Of pages||122|
|Publisher||Satyanarayan Book Store|