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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.
Raktakhyara is a novel written by acclaimed Odia author Pratibha Ray. It was first published in 2002 and has gone through three editions as of 2019. The book has a hardcover binding, and contains 116 pages of text.
The story of Raktakhyara revolves around the character of Sumati, a young woman who is forced into a marriage with a much older man. Sumati discovers her husband’s secret passion for blood, which leads to a series of shocking events that threaten to destroy her life.
The novel addresses themes such as patriarchy, gender inequality, and the oppression of women. It also explores the inner world of its complex characters and their emotional struggles.
Raktakhyara has been well-received by critics and readers alike, and has been praised for its innovative storytelling, vivid descriptions, and powerful themes. This edition of the book was published by Adya Prakashani, and was printed by Print-Tech Offset Pvt. Ltd. Bbsr.
|No of Pages||116|
|Binding Type||Hard Cover|
|Edition||1st Edition-3rd Edition|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1|
|Printing||Print-Tech Offset Pvt. Ltd. Bbsr|