Amrutara Santana Amritara Santana is a novel which presents a passionate panorama of tribal existence on an epic scale. The story is subordinate to the description of the tribal life with all its fun, frolic, festivals, dance and drink. It depicts the story of a couple, Diudu and Puyu, for whom the successive marital years bring only increasing unhappiness when Puyu loses her earlier charm and Diudu’s enchantment is broken. Diudu is captivated by the beauty of Piuti, a girl of another village and this leads to the final estrangement between Diudu and Puyu. Woven into this main plot are innumerable episodes presenting the tribal life in its elemental innocence. Their innocence is exploited by the landlords, the forest officials and the petty businessmen. In their small universe a hundred gods reign. Numerous beliefs, age-old customs and a strong community spirit nourish their existence. Life is supreme to them and this belief sustains them against heavy odds. Odia novel Amritara Santana is the saga of the eternal throb of life, which Gopinatha Mohanty so intensely presents by means of a faithful adherence to the tribal vocabulary and a vivid rendering of the scene. The Amrutara Santana novel won the Sahitya Akademi award in 1957.
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|Book Title||Amrutara Santana(ଅମୃତର ସନ୍ତାନ)|
|No of Pages||468|
|Binding Type||Hard Cover|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1|
|Printing||Panchasakha Prakashan, Cuttack|
|Layout Design||Bidyashree DTP Center, Cuttack|