“Upendrabhanjanka Kabyare Upama, Eka Adhyana” is a remarkable book written by Kishor Chandra Misra that delves into the intricacies of poetry and explores the profound use of metaphors in the poetry of Upendra Bhanja. In this insightful work, Misra provides a comprehensive analysis and study of the various metaphors employed by Upendra Bhanja, a prominent Odia poet from the 17th century.
The book serves as a valuable resource for literary enthusiasts, scholars, and researchers interested in understanding the aesthetic and linguistic aspects of Odia poetry. Misra meticulously examines Upendra Bhanja’s verses, unraveling the layers of meaning and symbolism hidden within his metaphors. Through his meticulous research, Misra sheds light on the significance of these metaphors in conveying complex emotions, philosophical concepts, and vivid imagery.
Misra’s deep understanding of the Odia language and its poetic traditions enriches the book, making it a compelling read for anyone seeking to explore the beauty and depth of Odia literature. His scholarly approach and attention to detail make “Upendrabhanjanka Kabyare Upama, Eka Adhyana” an invaluable contribution to the field of literary criticism.
Overall, Kishor Chandra Misra’s book serves as a thought-provoking exploration of Upendra Bhanja’s poetry and its effective use of metaphors. It opens up new avenues for interpretation and appreciation of Odia literature, making it a must-read for both seasoned scholars and those new to the world of Odia poetry.
|Books name||Upendrabhanjanka Kabyare Upama, Eka Adhyana|
|Author||Kishor Chandra Misra|
|No Of pages||361|
|Publisher||Srimati Bhagyalata Mishra|