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He also published non-fiction works on the history of Odisha. I am surprised that it took us so late to realise that Odia is a classical language. Patel Venkatraman Ramakrishnan K.
But you have also missed a few awards. What do you think is the reason?
I write for my readers and when they appreciate it, that is the highest recognition for me. But when I get one, I feel happy.
What do you feel about certain writers refusing to accept awards? I have not refused any award and, so, cannot comment. Refusing awards would mean insulting the legends in whose names they are instituted. Literary awards often generate a lot of controversy with writers debating over the credibility and capability of an award winner. None of my contemporaries or eminent writers such have done that either.
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Odia is expected to earn the classical language status soon. Do you think that tag would help revive Odia literature? I am surprised that it took us so late to realise that Odia is a classical language. The movement for the status started only two years ago.
Dr Debi Prasanna Pattanayak, a distinguished linguist, is pursuing the case. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 22—23 September Check date values in: Modern Indian Literature, an Anthology.
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Ranga Ravi Narayana Reddy Y. Patel Venkatraman Ramakrishnan K. Ramanathan Raja Ramanna C. Srinivasan George Sudarshan M. Padma Bhushan award recipients — Doraiswamy Nikhil Ghosh B.
Dua Hemlata Gupta K. His poetic style is profuse with the use of romantic and erotic metaphor. Krushna, Kamalayana, Konarka and Ei sahakara tale are some of his major works. He also published several research articles on the History of Odisha.
Mayadhar Mansingh was born on 13 November in Nandala, Odisha. Among his three sons, his second son Lalit Mansingh was an Indian diplomat who served as the Foreign Secretary of India. Lalit was married to prominent Odissi dancer, Sonal Mansingh — the granddaughter of Mangal Das Pakvasa, the great freedom fighter and the daughter of Poornima Arvind Pakvasa, famous social worker.