Sahitya-Samikshana, written by Gobind Chandra Udgata, is a significant book in the field of Odia literature. This book provides a comprehensive analysis and critique of various literary works in Odia literature. It is a collection of critical essays where the author offers his insightful observations and evaluations of different literary texts.
Gobind Chandra Udgata, an eminent scholar and critic, has dedicated his life to the promotion and enhancement of Odia literature. In Sahitya-Samikshana, he showcases his profound knowledge and deep understanding of various literary genres, including poetry, short stories, novels, and dramas.
One of the striking features of this book is its meticulous analysis of the portrayal of social issues in Odia literature. Udgata analyses how authors have tackled social issues such as caste discrimination, gender inequality, poverty, and the struggles of the marginalized sections of society. Through his critical lens, he highlights the strengths and weaknesses of these literary works, providing a valuable perspective for both readers and writers.
Moreover, Sahitya-Samikshana delves into the evolution and development of Odia literature, tracing its roots and exploring its growth over the years. Udgata explores the major literary movements and trends in Odia literature, shedding light on the influential writers and their contributions. This not only helps in understanding the historical context but also serves as a guide to aspiring writers to learn from the past and improve their craft.
Overall, Sahitya-Samikshana by Gobind Chandra Udgata is a must-read for anyone interested in Odia literature. It offers a comprehensive and analytical critique of various literary works, providing valuable insights and enhancing the overall understanding and appreciation of the Odia literary world.
|Author||Gobind Chandra Udgata|
|No Of pages||206|
|Publisher||Gobind Chandra Udgata|