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Pratibha Rai (born 21 January 1943) is an Indian Odia-language writer. She is the first Odia woman writer to receive the Jnanpith Award. She is the fourth Odia and seventh female writer in India to be honored with the Jnanpith Award. She won the Sharla Award in 1990 and the first woman statue in the country in 1991 for her book “Yajnaseni” (1985). The book was later translated into seven languages.Her first novel, Barsha Basanta and Baishakh, was well-received by readers in 1974.
Aparadhira Sweda is a novel written by Pratibha Ray. The story takes place in a small coastal village of Odisha. The protagonist, Kajal, works as a nurse at a government hospital. She is haunted by her past and is unable to let go of her guilt.
As the story progresses, Kajal becomes close to a patient named Suresh, who is suffering from cancer and has no one to look after him. Kajal takes care of Suresh and develops a deep bond with him.
However, their relationship is threatened by the presence of an ambitious doctor, who has his eyes set on Kajal. The doctor tries to create a rift between Kajal and Suresh, but Kajal remains steadfast in her loyalty to Suresh.
The novel deals with themes of guilt, redemption, and the power of human connection. It is a poignant and powerful story that explores the complexities of human relationships. Pratibha Ray is a renowned Odia author, who has won several awards for her contribution to literature. She has authored more than 40 books, including novels, short stories, and essays. Some of her famous works include Yagnaseni, Barsa Basanta Baishakha, and Shilapadma. She has also been the recipient of several prestigious awards, including the Jnanpith Award and the Sahitya Akademi Award.
|Book Title||Aparadhira Sweda(ଅପରାଧୀର ସ୍ୱେଦ)|
|No of Pages||176|
|Edition||1st Edition-2nd Edition|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1|
|Printing||Print-Tech Offset pvt. Ltd., Bbsr|