Odia Story Book Rakhyasara Sandhanare By Manoj Das
This book is intended for teenage readers. So this role appeals to parents. Our memory of the magazine is faint Yet Shankar’s Weekly, the main promoter of cartoon culture in journalism, will be remembered by older readers. The alternative to such a magazine, combined with a serious review of Gurugram, has not been possible.
I was writing in the magazine in between. In the sixth decade of the last century, Mr. Pillai established the International Dolls’ Museum in Delhi and published a monthly magazine called Children’s World.I wrote a lot of stories in this new magazine in terms of my relationship with his organization. My friend publisher Jagannath Rath kept collecting them and also publishing them in booklets.But he had a strong desire to publish them in Oriya. Due to lack of time I could not rewrite them in Oriya and give them to him in his lifetime but he has consistently remembered his wishes and my promises to his two worthy sons Mr. Shuvendu and Mr. Subhanvesh.I completed the plan today by rewriting one of the stories in the middle of nowhere.
India is the source of much of the world’s folklore. Although the immediate source of these eighteen stories is various countries outside India – mainly Iran or Persia. Analyzing a number of stories, their Indian base becomes clear.The first story, “Rakhyasara Sandhanre” is based on a birth story; What has arrived from India, perhaps from Arab origin, has been rediscovered in the UK and the Chaser’s Canterbury Tales. Also from one of the stories of this collection (while keeping your eyes open).
|Author||Rakhyasara Sandhanare(ରାକ୍ଷାସର ସନ୍ଧାନରେ)|
|No of Pages||96|
|Binding Type||Hard Cover|
|Edition||2nd Edition Edition|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1|
|Printing||Panchasakha Prakashan, Cuttack|
|Layout Design||Maa Sarala DTP Center, Cuttack|