He has travelled extensively in India and abroad and participated m many major Iterary seminars and conferences, presiding over more than half a dozen of them. He represented india in the Intemational Wniters’ Week at Adelante, Austraka in 1980. He has published nine collections of stories which include Death of an Indian and other stories (New Delhi, 1984) Having retired from the Indian Audit and Accounts Service which he joined in 1950, Das. hives with his wife in Cuttack.
He has taken part in numerous important iterary seminars and conferences, both in India and abroad, and he has presided over more than a dozen of them. He participated in the 1980 International Writers’ Week at Adelante, Australia, as India’s representative. Nine story collections, including Death of an Indian and other stories, have been published by him (New Delhi, 1984) Das lives in Cuttack with his wife and bees after retiring from the Indian Audit and Accounts Service, which he joined in 1950.
|Books name||Wild Peacock And Other Stories|
|Author||Kishori Charan Das|
|No Of pages||123|
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