Kishori Charan Das, born in 1924, is a bilingual author who mostly writes short tales, poems, and essays in Oriya and English. He was a member of the Indian Audit and Accounts Service, which gave him the chance to travel widely inside India and internationally. He served for quite extended periods of time in Calcutta, Delhi, Washington, D.C., USA, and Swaziland in South Africa. As a result, the incidents and people in his short tales are pulled from a variety of cultures while still sharing middle-class concerns, ideals, hopes, and frustrations.
He has so far written 13 volumes of short stories in Oriya, two collections of essays, one collection of poems, and two collections of short stories in English. His short stories have appeared in numerous publications, including those published by Penguin Books, U.K., Sahitya Akademi, National Book Trust of India, Indian Council of Cultural Relations, Times of India, and Vikas. They have also been translated into English, French, Spanish, Arabic, and various Indian languages. The most significant honours and distinctions he has earned are (a) the Sahitya Akademi Award from 1976, (b) the Orissa Sahitya Akademi Award from 1976, (c) the Sarala Award from 1986, and (d)
|Books name||Midnight Moon And Other Stories / ମିଡ୍ନାଇଟ୍ ମୁନ୍ ଆଣ୍ଡ ଅଦର୍|
|Author||Kishori Charan Das|
|No Of pages||169|
|Publisher||B.R .Publishing Corporation|