Oriya Literature by Janaki Ballav Mohanty is a definitive work on the literature of Odia language. Published in 1952, it is a comprehensive account of the rich literary tradition of Odisha. The book covers the evolution of Odia language and its contributions to the world of literature. It highlights the various genres of literature that have flourished in Odia, from ancient religious texts to modern poetry and prose.
The book also delves into the lives and works of prominent Odia writers, like Sarala Das, Biswanath Kar, and Fakir Mohan Senapati, among others. It explores their contribution to the Odia literature and how their works have shaped the culture and ethos of Odisha. The author also examines the socio-political and cultural context in which Odia literature has evolved.
Oriya Literature is an essential read for anyone interested in the field of Odia literature. It provides a wealth of information about the language, its literary history, and the prominent literary figures who have contributed to it. The book has assumed the status of a classic over the years and continues to be a must-read for students and enthusiasts of literature.
|Books name||Oriya Literature|
|Author||Dr Bijay Prasad Mishra|
|No Of pages||210|
|Publisher||Srimati Bishnupriya Mohanty|
|Publication||Srimati Bishnupriya Mohanty|