Odia Story Book Itibrutak(Itibruttak) By Pratibha Ray
Itibrutak is a story collection book in the Odia language, written by the renowned author, Dr Pratibha Ray. It was published by Adya Prakashani and is available in paperback binding. The book has 187 pages and is a new edition.
The book is a collection of twelve short stories that revolve around the lives of women in the rural areas of Odisha. These stories are not only entertaining but also provide insights into the culture, traditions, and social issues prevalent in rural Odisha.
Dr Pratibha Ray, through her writing, addresses issues such as gender inequality, poverty, oppression, and other social stigmas. She portrays women as strong and assertive, who hold their ground in the face of adversities. Another notable aspect of the book is the author’s use of folklore and mythology to add depth to the plot. It makes the stories more engaging and relatable to the Odia readership.
Itibrutak is a must-read for anyone interested in the Odia language and its culture. The collection of stories is incredibly well-written and brings to light several social issues prevalent in rural Odisha. Dr Pratibha Ray has done an excellent job of portraying women as the heroes of the stories. The use of mythology and folklore is an added bonus, making the stories more relatable to Odia readers.
Itibrutak Book Details
|Dr Pratibha Ray
|Packaging approx in cm – 29 x 25 x 2
|No of Pages