Essay on lakshminath bezbaruah in assamese
Axomiya Bhaxa Aru Xahitya ( ) Editor: See also edit References edit External links edit Official website Sahityarathi Lakshminath Bezbaroa Diaries. The intimate flavour of the language helped in spreading the message of peace. Presently, the, assam Sahitya Sabha has settled on a date "14th October,1864 that was a full-moon night of Lakshmi Puja in India, for his date of birth. On 26th March 1938, Laxminath Bezbarua breathed his last at the age of 70 years leaving the people of the state grief stricken.
She also used to edit a magazine named 'Punya'. His proficiency surfaced as an able novelist, poet, lyricist, playwright, essayist, biographer, translator and editor. Mor Jivan Suwaran (Reminiscences of my life) is his autobiography published in 1941 with heart-touching illustrations of a part of his life spanning thirty-five years with moments of elation and dejection. He wrote 8 plays, 2 autobiographies, 4 buffoonery, 3 historical works, 3 biographies and 1 act drama. Wikisource.org, usage. From Tezpur they shifted to North Lakhimpur. Jump to navigation, jump to search, original file (704 960 pixels, file size: 94 KB, mime type: image/jpeg). His translated work, Bharatbarshar Buranji (History of India) published in 1906 bears testimony to his historical awareness and consciousness. The age of modern Indian literature sprouted with the assimilation of the oriental and the occidental after the countrys emergence from colonial domination. Despite his strenuous engagement in a business like timber trade, he amazingly managed to churn out consistently a wide variety of literary output and that too with a diction and dimension that was to set a trend for generations to follow or base upon.