3 edition of Indira Goswami (Mamoni Raisom), a critical study of her writings found in the catalog.
On the works of Māmaṇi Rāẏachama Goswāmī, b. 1942, Assamese author; contributed research papers.
|Statement||edited by Malaya Khaund.|
|Series||New world literature series ;, 74, New world literature series (Delhi, India)|
|Contributions||Khaund, Malaya, 1945-|
|LC Classifications||PK1569.G578 Z73 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 184 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||94901978|
Indira Goswami (Assamese: ইন্দিৰা গোস্বামী, Hindi: इन्दिरा गोस्वामी, Tamil: இந்திரா கோஸ்வாமி), known by her pen name Mamoni Raisom Goswami and popularly as Mamoni Baideo, was an Assamese editor, poet, professor, scholar and writer. Indira Goswami | Books | Gujarati Book | Buy Now | Buy book online.
New Delhi: “She once told me that she regarded her writing as an act of worship,” literary critic and social scientist from Assam, Professor Hiren Gohain wrote about Indira Goswami, known by her pen name Mamoni Raisom Goswami, and when one reads her work, that sense of devotion, to her subject and her craft, shine through. Goswami was born on 14 November at Amranga in South Kamrup Author: Bismee Taskin. (Oxford Dictionary & Thesaurus III, ) Here, Indira Goswami in her novel The Moth-Eaten Howdah of the Tusker comments on the customs and traditions which have been followed by the people and their impact on the society on which the social constructions of the people are based. Customs should bring order in a society but in the novel we espy.
this book. Her deep observation Of the life and locale wherever she happened to be is also evi- dent throughout. In fact it has all the makings of what nn At Belgium. autobiography should be and eaves the reader eager for a sequel. A competent short story writer too, Indira Goswami has more than short stories to her credit. Her stories and. Set in late 19th century Assam, The Bronze Sword of Tengphakhri Tehsildar is the heroic tale of a Bodo freedom fighter who was, arguably, the first woman revenue collector in British India. It was Indira Goswami’s last work of fiction and this is the first-ever English edition, powerfully and sensitively translated from the Assamese by Aruni Kashyap.
Portraits of our coastal waters
Where do mountains come from, momma?
Go and Have a Good Time
Basic plane surveying.
The home tool kit
Cosmetic and reconstructive surgery sourcebook
Mandalay and its environs.
Poetry and song
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Set in the times of unrest and turmoil at the turn of the twentieth century. Indira Goswami's short story "The Empty Chest" is set in Assam, "on the fringes of the cremation ground under the shrine of Kamakhya." The protagonist is Toradoi, a woman who lives with her.
Pages Stained With Blood () originally published as Tej Aru Dhulire Dhushorito Prishtha is an Assamese novel by Indira Goswami that depicts the gory Sikh pogrom in Delhi as an aftermath of the assassination of the Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in June First published in Assamese in Goriyoshi literary journal in episodic form, it generated controversy in conservative Assam due Author: Indira Indira Goswami book.
Early Life of Indira Goswami Indira Goswami was born at Amranga Xotro (one of many religious centres established by the Assamese saint Sri Sri Xonkordev in the 15th century) in a priestly Brahmin family.
Her father's name was Umakanta Goswami. She is popularly known as Mamoni Raisom Goswami or Mamoni Baideo in Assam. Indira Goswami -- Assamese Writer: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of Congress New Delhi Office). Indira Goswami, born in in Assam, is one of the pre-eminent contemporary Assamese writers.
Goswami is known for her fresh and original style with novel themes. Her short stories and novels set in different locales of India give her readers a taste of life. Indira Goswami, Gauhati, India. K likes. 14 November – 29 November The Blue-Necked God [Indira Goswami] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Blue-necked God (Nilakantha Braja), published inis one of Indira Goswamis early novels and the first time that a writer highlighted the exploitation and poverty of widows. Indira Goswami, popularly known as Mamoni Raisom Goswami is one of the most celebrated writers in India.
Born in she has published several creative and sho larly works in Assamese and English. “The Moth Eaten Howdah of a Tusker”, regarded as a classic in Assamese literature and excerpted in Masterpieces of Indian Literature (Sahitya Akademi) is a novel about the plight of Brahmin. Pain and Flesh by Indira Goswami and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Explore books by Indira Goswami with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ COVID Resources.
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Get this from a library. Indira Goswami (Mamoni Raisom Goswami) & her fictional world: the search for the sea. [Māmaṇi Raẏachama Goswāmī; Kaikous Burjor Satarawala] -- Traslation of various works of the author; includes a brief critical review. Description. Relive Indira Goswami -The Rich Legacy of Her Stories In Search of Martyrs is a poignant story of the discovery of a World War II cemetry in Joyrampur, Assam, with hundreds of unmarked graves of unknown soldiers -how relatives of soldiers.
In addition to novels and poems, Indira Goswami also writes short stories. Her collection of short stories The Shadow of Kamakhya, describing life in the province of Assam, where she was born, was published in The story The Journey is exemplary for Goswami's style.
Indira Goswami was born in Guwahati to Umakanta Goswami and Ambika Devi, a family that was deeply associated with Sattra life of the Ekasarana Dharma. She studied at Latashil Primary School, Guwahati; Pine Mount School, Shillong; and Tarini Charan Girls' School, Guwahati and completed Intermediate Arts from Handique Girls' College, Guwahati.
into English by the author herself that forms a part of the book “Indira Goswami (Mamoni Raisom Goswami) & Her Fictional World-The Search for the Sea” compiled by Kaikous Burjor Satarawala. The Assamese title of the story is “Xanskar.” The story perspectivizes the File Size: KB.
Indira Goswami (14 November – 29 November ), known by her pen name Mamoni Raisom Goswami and popularly as Mamoni Baideo, was an Assamese editor, poet, professor, scholar and was the winner of the Sahitya Akademi Award (), the Jnanpith Award () and Principal Prince Claus Laureate ().
A celebrated writer of contemporary Indian literature, many of her. In Assamese literature, the works of authors like Rasna Barua, Indira Goswami, Lummer Dai, Rong Bong Terang, Yeshe Dorjee Thongchi and Mousumi Kandali(among others) can be studied through a vantage point that foregrounds the narrative exploration of complex relationships between nature and the “human.”.AUTHOR: Dr Indira Goswami - Assam's fiery pen.
By Shehar Bano Khan. As a young widow belonging to a high-born Brahmin family from Assam, life could have taken an unbearable ritualistic toll on Indira Goswami. Instead of securing an indelible place in Assamese literature, going on to become one of the most celebrated authors of.