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The symbol of self-sacrifice, service, philanthropy, and goodwill, the patriotic Mrs. Ramadevi was born in Cuttack, 3-12-1899, under the age of fourteen years. His father-in-law and uncle-in-law’s house is in Nadak Khandan, a large house in Odisha. Morning grandfather Utkal Gaurab Madhusudan Das is his grandfather. His father, Gopalaballav Das, was the author of the first novel in Odisha, Bhimabhuyang, and a deputy collector at the time. His mother? Basanta Kumari Devi is the daughter of Vikhyatanandakishore Das. Nandkishore Das was a “superintendent of Gadjat Mahalas” under the British government and was also a wealthy zamindar. Mrs. Ramadevi’s great-grandmother Rajkishore Das was the Deputy Collector and later for ten years was the Superintendent of the Shri Jagannath Temple in Puri.


Mrs. Ramadevi grew up in a place of love, affection, and natural beauty, and when she was only fifteen years old, she was married in April 1918 to a famous dynasty. His father-in-law, Mr. Gokulananda Chowdhury, belonged to the family of a nomadic zamindar of Kheras village near Jagatsinghpur in Cuttack district. He was a classmate of Ramadevi’s father in college. He was a junior at Madhubabu when he started advocacy.


In the separate state of Odisha, he was Madhubabu’s main ally a few years ago, and later split as the two disagreed. He was a name dock lawyer; He was chairman of the Cuttack District Board and was a key figure in Cuttack. Ramadevi was married to her eldest son, Gopbandhu. Pujya Gopbabu is a brilliant student, and in that year he earned an M.A. Pass. He has no shortcomings or problems. He lives in a state of bliss and insecurity. Mrs. Ramadevi’s day is spent amidst the abundance of affection and affection in the mother-in-law’s house, like the father’s house. Then, a month and a half after the divorce, his father died in December 1914, and two months later, in February 1915, his father-in-law, Mokulananda Chowdhury, died. In that second tragedy, the foundation of Mr. Gopbandhu Chowdhury’s life was shaken. Various responsibilities fell on his head.


Book Details

Book Title Jibanapathe(ଜୀବନପଥେ)
No of Pages 112
Binding Type Paperback
Author Ramadevi Choudhury
Editor Na
Publisher Granthamandir
Language Odia
Publication 2020
Edition 5th Edition
Book Dimention Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1
Printing Optima Offset Prints, Cuttack
Layout Design Baba Gatiswar DTP Center, Cuttack
Assembly required NA
Warning Nothing

Additional information

Weight 0.296 kg


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