Mitradev Mahanta

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Mitradev Mahanta
Born 13 June 1894
Sorbaibondha, Jorhat, Assam
Died 26 March 1983
Occupation Writer, Social Activist
Language Assamese
Nationality Indian
Citizenship  India
Notable awards Sangeet Natak Akademi Award

Mitradev Mahanta (Assamese: মিত্ৰদেৱ মহন্ত, 1894–1983) was a noted writer, dramatist, historical researcher, freedom fighter and actor from Assam. He won the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award. He was the president of the Assam Sahitya Sabha in 1964 held at Digobi. He was born at Letugram Xatra, Sarbaibandha at Jorhat, Assam on 13 June 1894.[1]

Literary works[edit]

Published Assamese Books'

  • Laklou Lani (লেকলৌ লানি) - 1915
  • Biya Biporjoy (বিয়া বিপৰ্যয়) - 1924
  • Gyan Lohori (জ্ঞান লহৰী) - 1924
  • Chandrahar (চন্দ্ৰহাৰ) - 1925
  • Dhurba (ধ্ৰুৱ) - 1925
  • Mou Mohabharat - 1925
  • Mohan Bhog (মোহন ভোগ) - 1925 etc.
  • Niboka Roja (নিবোকা ৰজা) - 1928


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mitradev Mahanta?s compilation of writings released". The Sentinel. Retrieved 9 July 2014. 

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