An accomplished novelist and short story writer from Odisha, Gopinath Mohanty (1914–91). His works Paraja and Danapani are contemporary masterpieces that have been translated into several languages. For his book Amrutara Santaan, he received the Sahitya Akademi Prize in 1955. In 1974, he received the Jnanpith Prize; in 1981, the Padma Bhushan.
Mana Gahirara Chasa, Gopinath’s debut book, was released in 1940. Dadi Budha, Paraja, and Amrutara Santana next followed (1947). He produced a lot of writing. He also penned three dramas, two biographies, two volumes of critical essays, twenty-four novels, ten collections of short stories, five books on the languages of the Kandha, Gadaba, and Saora tribes of Odisha, and two volumes of critical essays. Rabindranath Tagore’s Jogajog (1965) and Tolstoy’s War and Peace (Yuddh O Shanti), in three volumes, were both translated into Odia by him.
|Books name||Mana Gahirara Chasa / ମନ ଗହୀରର ଚାଷ|
|No Of pages||145|
|Printed At||Prativa Press , Cuttack|