Gopinath Mohanty — , winner of the Jnanpith award, and the first winner of the National Sahitya Akademi Award in - for his novel, Amrutara Santana - was a prolific Odia writer of the mid-twentieth century. Satya Prakash Mohanty, Professor of English, Cornell University says: "In my opinion, Gopinath Mohanty is the most important Indian novelist in the second half of the twentieth century. Mohanty joined the Odisha Administrative Service in and retired in He died at San Jose, California on 20 August
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. The Paraja also become in the novel representatives of the down-trodden and oppressed milieu: the voice of the subaltern.
The novel sensitises the reader to millions of tortured indigenous people all over the world. View PDF. Save to Library. Create Alert. Launch Research Feed. Share This Paper. References Publications referenced by this paper. Dispossessed and displaced: A brief, paper on tribal issues of Orissa. Tribals in Indian Narratives K. Yadav History Devi , Mahasweta Mohanty , S. C Rev. The Tribal Situation in Orissa. Das , Nityananda in, K.
Suresh Singh. The Tribal Situation in India, Paraja English translation by B. Das from original Oriya novel Paraja. Mohanty , Gopinath rpt The Tribal Situation in India , I. Shimla , rpt. Kundan Kumar. Related Papers.
The Paraja in Gopinath Mohanty ’ s Paraja
Jump to navigation. The money-lender's clutches are like a spider's; and tor the victim the web is invisible until too late. The passage to inhuman bondage of Gopinath Mohanty's tribal protagonists takes just a moment - the quick clink of the moneylender's coins. Scores of articles and novels have been written about the stranglehold of money-lenders and of their usurping the righls of tribals. Yet, hardly has any outsider penetrated the bamboo curtain to present these people as individuals. But Mohanty's gripping novel Paraja has succeeded in doing just that: it brings to life the aboriginals living in the Katapura jungles in Orissa.
Book Review: Gopinath Mohanty's 'Paraja'
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. The Paraja also become in the novel representatives of the down-trodden and oppressed milieu: the voice of the subaltern. The novel sensitises the reader to millions of tortured indigenous people all over the world. View PDF.