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My view is that it is not the duty of the author to give a little information about the meaning of his story even though there is no traditional prohibition. But in the case of this compilation I am consciously doing an exception to my own ideas. The stories included in this collection are of a special category Bringing all this out of my various books and putting it in one collection, the idea of the thinker, this story together in his mind. The group will take a passionate reader to a different environment, a different world. These, in my various collections, combine with other realistic stories of course to make the reader different. The unexpected air of the world is going through a sudden embrace, but the reader will not have the opportunity to stay in that world for a relatively long time.
There was an argument in one of the proposals, and the traditional collection would be the most different.I acknowledged; But after reading all these stories written at intervals of years today, I myself cannot advise readers to read them all at once. Maybe it’s because of my age. Sensitivity is one of the reasons for such hesitation After reading a couple of stories, I found myself confused, not in the sense of a leader; Still kind of upset.In some stories, there are some glimpses of the supernatural world that are indirectly and implicitly intertwined with our lives that are sensitive to sensitive readers for how many moments.May be isolated from the environment I honestly admit, despite the right motivation, I don’t have the vitality to write a story like “Subarnakalasa” today.
Subarnakalasa is a collection of short stories by the renowned Odia author, Manoj Das. The book includes 13 stories that take the reader through a journey of magical realism, exploring the complexities of human nature, and the mysteries of the universe.
Each story is distinct in its theme, narrative style, and characters, but all share the common thread of exploring the surreal and the supernatural. There are stories of a woman who is consumed by her obsession with a beautiful lotus, a village that seems to be untouched by time, a thief who discovers a secret about himself, and a man who must confront his deepest fears.
The stories are told with Manoj Das’s signature style, a blend of vivid imagery, rich symbolism, and philosophical undertones. The language is poetic, yet accessible, making it a book that can be enjoyed by readers of all ages and backgrounds. Subarnakalasa is a timeless book that showcases Manoj Das’s mastery in storytelling and cements his position as one of the most important literary figures in Odia literature.
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