Lokabandhu Gopabandhu is a remarkable Odia book by Annapurna Das that explores the life and legacy of one of Odisha’s most iconic figures – Utkalmani Gopabandhu Das. The title of the book translates to “Gopabandhu – Friend of the People”, which perfectly encapsulates the author’s admiration for this great leader.
The book is a comprehensive account of Gopabandhu’s life, from his early childhood in a remote village to his eventual ascent as a prominent social reformer and freedom fighter. Through her writing, Annapurna Das highlights the various struggles and challenges faced by Gopabandhu throughout his life, including his efforts to uplift the marginalized sections of society and fight against British colonialism.
What sets Lokabandhu Gopabandhu apart is its focus on the human side of the legendary figure. The book provides insights into Gopabandhu’s personal life, his relationships with family and friends, and his ideologies and philosophies. This makes the book an enjoyable read for both history enthusiasts and those interested in human interest stories.
Annapurna Das’ writing style is engaging and informative, making the book accessible to readers of all ages. Overall, Lokabandhu Gopabandhu is a must-read for anyone interested in the rich history and culture of Odisha, and for those who seek inspiration from the life of a true visionary and social reformer.
|Books name||Lokabandhu Gopabandhu|
|No Of pages||85|