A Fictional Portrayal of Saint - Poet Bhim Bhoi

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Bhima Bhoi was a prevalent poet, writer and vocalist. Humankind and freedom of the creation based on the philosophy of Mahima Dharma were the essential leitmotif of his poetic creations. His proclamation "mo jeevana pachhe narke padithau, jagata uddhara heu" (let my life rot in the abyss, if necessary, but let the world be redeemed from all sorrows and sufferings) cabinets his commitment to the redemption of the societally deprived, the marginalized, the subaltern. Bhoi's poetry gave a clear reflection of the poor socio-economic conditions in Odisha during his lifetime, and Bhoi challenged that through his social mobility literature.

About the Author: Dinesh Kumar Mali, is a recipient of the Rajasthan Sahitya Akademi Award and Acharya Nand Dulare Vajpeyi Samman, for his remarkable work in Hindi literature. He is a researcher, prolific Hindi writer, and translator of repute. He has translated more than 25 seminal books which are published worldwide. He has academically contributed to the MA in Folklore and Culture Studies program of IGNOU, New Delhi, India. 

  • Paperback: 152 pages
  • Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (June 2024)
  • Author: Dinesh Kumar Mali
  • ISBN-13: 9798892223751
  • Product Dimensions:  5.5 x 8.5 inch

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