gajanan mishra

Gold Star - 45,954 Points (3rd April 19sixty / Tikapali, Patnagarh, Balangir, Odisha, India now at Tapobana, Titilagarh, Odisha, India)

Biography of gajanan mishra

gajanan mishra poet

Life-breath is poem. Poem is the heart and the image of life. This world is full of poetic atmosphere. Injustice is intolerable for the poet. Always the poet depicts the contemporary picture of the society with his own unique style. Award and prizes have no meaning that the poet received in his state and outside.

This poet's present address is TAPOBANA, TITILAGARH, BALANGIR, ODISHA, INDIA.Mobile No 09437366644.E mail- gajananmishra60@ gmail.com.

Mr Mishra started his writting from very childhood. First poem came to the print media in the year 1979 " Sarbanam" favourite one where it is mentioned everything is poetry.This poet writes mostly in Odia, Kosli and English languages. Nature is the Guru, the mentor. To study human behaviour is the hobby and that is mystery.To see and enjoy is the motto.
Mr Mishra the Chairman of Odia Biswabidyalaya Trust, Odisha. Proponent of use of state or native languages i.e. odia in Courts, kachery of odisha for the benefit of people in general. Sri Mishra is awarded for his poems and language by different institution like Utkal sammilani, Cuttack, Subarta Bhubaneswar, Sulekha Puri, Sahitya Sansad Rourkela, Boudh, Balangir, Patnagarh etc
Sri Mishra is also awarded as poet laureate by Poetry.com
Twice as top poet with all newness in thought. Sri Mishra is also a popular amd top poet in poemhunter.com

gajanan mishra's Works:

Collection of poems are; Sarbanam, Na thiba chitra, Station, Kabitaghara, gotapane, Chareibati, Bahuda, Kalakala, Aharnishi, Naba, Amrutasabu, Sanketa, Maharekha, Abginuan(Kosli) , Abyaya, Kuserpana (Kosli)
Only here(English)


Novel- Uddhaba

Hindi Translation - Yekin karo to by Kumar Hasan
Uddhaba by Srinibas Udgata

Other works - 'Odiare Okilati' in two volumes(Civil) (Criminal)

Partition

Partition is not conclusive
And I am unable to decide
Which part is yours
And which is mine.

Is there any difference
Between foot and palm
Between men and women
Between sea and sky.

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