In the latter half of the nineteenth century, Radhanath Ray was an early modernist poet who wrote in the Odia language. He was given the name Kabibara in Odia literature because he was born into a Zamindar family in Baleshwar (then Bengal Presidency), which is today in the state of Odisha.In his early years, he wrote in both Bengali and Odia, but eventually switched to write only in Odia.
Lekhabali was his other Bengali composition. Later, he changed his writing style to Odia and produced such well-known Kavyas as Kedara Gauri, Nandikeshwari, Chilika, Mahajatra – Jajatikeshari, Urbashi, Darabara, Dasaratha Biyoga, Savitri Charita, and Mahendra Giri. He also produced more than fifteen essays.
|Books name||Mahajatra / ମହାଯାତ୍ରା|
|No Of pages||10|