Das was born in 1924 in Cuttack, Odisha. He worked as Additional Deputy comptroller and Auditor General of India and Director of Audit, Indian Accounts, Washington D.C.1961-1964.He died on 17 August 2004.Das published several collections of short stories, novels, essays, poems.He was one of the exponents of modernism in Odia literature. The characters of his fictions come from urban setting, with disrupted dreams, inner-conflict and existential anguish.Writing about the Odia society and the challenges of modern day life in post independence India where the middle class is aspirational and sometimes impatient. Although his stories begin on a simple note, they eventually reach their culmination in unexpected and surprising ways. He maintained that writing ‘expresses a writer’s relationship with various emotions’ and ‘no writing can belong to any class or community’, but ‘it belongs to the whole world’. He has also translated writings by other Oriya authors.
|Books name||Mora Tume / ମୋର ତୁମେ|
|Author||Kishori Charan Das|
|No Of pages||109|