Ramachandra Mishra, often known by his pen name Faturnanda, was an Odia humorist and satirist born on June 1st, 1915. His name is attached to Sarasa Shitya Samiti. In honour of Laxmikanta Mohapatra, Mishra created the “Kantakabi Prize.” His early years were marked by hardship, which serves as the main theme of his book Mo phuta dangara kahani.
Faturananda is renowned for his distinctively distinctive and creative literary style. He speaks in plain, everyday language that flows naturally. Social themes are the overarching topic in all of his works, whether they are addressed directly or indirectly.
|Books name||Nabajia / ବୁନ୍ଦାଏ ପାଣି|
|No Of pages||114|