Phani Sarma was one of the most respected figure of Assam. He was a actor, film actor, playwright and director. He made his debut as a stage actor initially and later acted in the first […]
Mannu Bhandari is a leading Indian writer who was particularly known for her work between 1950 and 1960. She is most famous for her two novels. The first is “Aapka Bunty (Your Bunty)” and the second
Makhanlal Chaturvedi was a well-known poet, writer and journalist in India. His literary works were quite popular. He was a unique Hindi creator of simple language and emotions, and as editors of prestigious letters like ‘Karmaveer’,
Jaishankar Prasad was a famous writer of the 20th century who rose to fame in Hindi literature as well as Hindi theatre. Prasad was born on January 30, 1890 in Benares, India. He is considered
Dharamvir Bharati was the lead writer, poet, playwright and social thinker of modern Hindi literature. He was also the editor-in-chief of the once famous weekly magazine ‘Dharmayuga’. Dr. Dharamvir Bharti was awarded the Padma Shri in 1972.
Like Sankardev, Shri Shri Madhavdev also owned versatility. He was a preacher of the same religion, a devotee, a poet, a playwright, and a singer. He is an important preceptor of the Ekasarana Dharma known
Mahakabi Kalidas was a famous classical poet and playwright of Sanskrit. He was famous as a great poet and made a glorious contribution to Sanskrit literature. Kalidas’s poetry brought a unique quality to literary works.
Mahim Bora, who has enriched Assamese literature with his own creation since the Rainbow era and has been able to make Assamese literature a place in the bosom of world literature, has been an eminent
Rajanikanta Bordoloi is a unique person in writing Assamese novels. Rajanikanta Bordoloi’s contribution to Assamese language literature is undeniable. Bordoloi has realistically reflected the history of Assam, political life, social and religious life, ancient customs
Jyoti Prasad Agarwala was a transformation artist. He managed to take a position in the hearts of the people. Not confined to a certain geographical range, he reflected nationalist thinking in thought and vision. Jyoti
Lakshminath Bezbaruah, who made his literary debut through Jonaki, is not only popular of modern Assamese literature but he is the national hero who infuses the life of the intellectual consciousness of the Assamese nation.
During the Late 19th century, For the passage of Assamese language literature and to establish modern Assamese literature, people who had done lots of efforts, one of them is Padmanath Gohain Baruah. Multifaceted talented Padmanath