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From the beginning I made it clear that I am not a writer. I do not have a single cent of the all-round talent of my father Mohapatra Neelmani Sahu. But I am a devoted reader of books and novels written in Oriya, and especially a loyal reader of Nana, as well as a blind reader of her writings; Especially his story. I would also like to say that although I have read other eminent writers of Oriya fiction, I have not noticed the richness, breadth, depth and height of Nana’s story elsewhere.
I started reading Nana’s stories from the time I was in seventh grade. For Nana, I consider myself lucky to have the whole atmosphere of our home. I have been trying to read literature and understand the glory of language, even though I did not write anything myself. My grandmother is an exceptionally talented writer. Not only did he write stories, he also wrote regular columns on a wide range of topics in novels, essays, novels, and daily newspapers. I left Odisha for higher education in Delhi and then joined Gujarat as one of the all-India administrative officials. But I never missed a chance to read Nana’s published article. I have been one of his most loyal and fascinating readers since I was a child. Nana was so humble that she also cared about the interests of a schoolgirl. Nana was also discussing with me why one character in her story was loved and why the other was loved. “It simply came to our notice then. His aim was to instill in me an interest in Orissa and in Oriya language and literature.
|Dr. Guruprasad Mohapatra
|Prachi Sahitya Pratisthan
|Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1
|Swastik Printers, Cuttack
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