A shocking report has come on social media, that Odia Litterateur Manglu Charan Biswal passes away. This is very sad news for his fans and those who love him. We have lost a brilliant person. He was outstanding in his field. He was a very famous personality, He did great work in his field. He died at the age of 87. This is a very hard time for his family.
He had many achievements. “Bhuka” had been written by Biswal and the first directed and produced by Sabyasachi Mohapatra to get an international Jury Award at the Gijon International Film Festival. Here are several things for discussing, You are on the right page for knowing the entire details of the news. We will try to cover all the information regarding him, his death cause, demise date, and other information as well. Let’s continue the article. keep reading.
Manglu Charan Biswal Death Reason
It is very hard to believe that, Manglu Charan Biswal Ji has died. He passed away here this morning due to some serious illness, but there is no clear identification about his demise cause, what were the disease, and other information. His last breath was at his residence in Baradunguri under Maneswar Block in Sambalpur District.
He was 87 at the time of his demise. He was survived by his wife, her name is Shailabala, with 3 sons and one daughter. As we have told you he was outstanding in his field, “Bhukha” was written by Biswal that was the first film produced and directed by Sabyasachi Malhiapatra to get an international award, which was a very proud moment for him.
He was born 4 May in 1934 in Pitapali Village adjoining Hirakud Reservoir in Sambalpur district, Many plays, poems, and stories have been written by Manglu Charan, He penned in both language Odia and Sambalpuri languages. Here is a large collection of his penned work, his major literary works, Biography ‘Hajila Dina’, Poetry collection ‘Daria Parira Kabita’, Manlonia, Paunsa Talara Nian.
How did Manglu Charan Biswal Die
Let’s take a look at His stories collection Astaraagara Kabi, and play Udla Patar Budla Danga, Surendra Sai, Hatariar Bhutiyar, Barua Chhaili, Ulgulan, Maa Samalei were highly appreciated by his readers. Let us tell the Biswa was an amazing teacher by profession.
He was conferred with an honorary D.Litt degree by Sambalpur University for his contribution to literature. He was awarded by Vyasakabi Fakir Mohan Bhasa Samman and Bharatchadra Nayak Smruthi Samman. We pray for his soul, God gave peace to his soul. Stay connected for more updates.