Mamoni Raisom Goswami is one of the very popular name in the field of Assamese literature who has bagged many prestigious awards like. An eminent writer, poet, scholar, litterateur, novelist and professor, Mamoni Raisom Goswami was a renowned personality in the field of. Mamoni Raisom Goswami’s death marks end of an era in Literature of Assam. A lady with bright personality and a noble heart, popularly known as Mamoni.

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She devoted significant amount of her life into social reformation of the region. Tribute to Mamoni baidew. In the yearshe joined Delhi University as a lecturer.

In her novel “Nilkanthar Bajra” was translated into emglish as “The shadow of the dark god and the sin”.

Music Composer Gopal Das Niraj. Indira Goswami 14 November — 29 Novemberknown by her pen name Mamoni Raisom Goswami and popularly as Mamoni Baideo[3] riasom an Assamese editor, poet, professor, scholar and writer.

Once brought back to Assam, she joined the Goalpara Sainik School as a teacher and after that come to Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, and pursue research mamini peace of mind. It is a valuable work and pioneer in depicting the miserable and exploited lives of widows in Brindavan.

Inshe published her first collection of short stories, “Chinaki Morom”, when she was a student. She is probably the assamese author whose work has been translated into english and other national language in the highest quanity and equally applauded across countries. She refers to herself an “observer” of the ongoing peace process rather than a mediator or initiator. A Biography on Photos.

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Gulzar with Mamoni baidew. Goswami’s writings focused on the suffering of the disadvantaged section of society. Two Legends of Assam. She dreamt of an united Assam despite of the diverisifed culture and communities.


She got a new life with a new name which brought fame and respect though out rest of her life.

She studied her primary school in Latashil primary scool, Guwahati and Pine Mount School in Shillong, which was the capital of undivided Assam. It is the story of exploitation of labourers working for companies building an aqueduct over the Chenab River in Kashmir, and drew from her own experience in the Valley with her husband. Her teacher Upendra Chandra Raaisom persuaded her to pursue research work for peace of mind. Mamoni Raisom Goswami became an i nternation figure of Ramayan studies soon.

She had raiisom extra-ordinary towards literature since her childhood.

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Inraixom was awarded as “Ambassador of Peace” by Korean federation of peace. Raislm was one of the organizers of People’s Consultative Group, a peace committee. Inshe was awarded with life time literary achievement award by “Kamal Kumari Foundation”. After the sudden death of her husband, Madhaven Raisom Ayengar from Karnatakain a car accident in the Kashmir region of India, after only eighteen months of marriage, she became addicted to heavy doses of sleeping tablets.

Her autobiogrpahy “Adhalekha Dastabez” published in series in Nilachal from in her pen-name ‘Mamoni Raisom Goswami’. His raisoj love for her had completely wiped out the anguish and tumult in her mind that beleaguered her so much during her early years that she had even attempted to kill herself.

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She travelled many countires and gave lectures on her godwami. Popularly known as Mamoni baideo in Assam, [10] she was encouraged by editor Kirti Nath Hazarika who published her first short stories — when she was still in Class VIII thirteen years old — in the literary journal he edited.

She has also worked as a mediator between the armed militant group United Liberation Front of Assam and Indian Government. The noted litterateur passed away on 29 November at the age of 69 years. There she breathed her last following a cardiac arrest and multiple organ failure. She said in an interview, “When the novel was serialized in a popular magazine, I was threatened with dire consequences. Social Discuss Sign Up Login.


She received the Sahitya Akademi Award Retrieved 2 January The story of the novel was based on her experience while she was in Kashmir with her husband.

Leading an austere rigorous life, Vrindavan uncovered for Mamoni Baideo the brutal, oppressive and exploitative face of religion and social ostracism in plight of the Hindu widows, which she mentions in her novel Nilakanthi Braja. She completely immersed herslef into the Ramayan studies during her research in the institute.

For months chidren, students and general public of Assam wished for Mamoni baidew’s recovery. Repeated suicide attempts marred her youth. She passed her H. As the news spread across about the last breath of the great personality of Assam. Her contribution in the Assamese feminist literature is self-evident in this work. Mamoni Raisom Goswami had several passing-by relationships before she met Madhavan, with who she fell in love and in the yeardespite the objection from her family, they got married and soon left for Runn of Kutch, where he was posted by the company.

Indira Goswami started her college life in Cotton College, Guwahati. The young and beautiful lady soon fell in love with smart Raisom and got married to him in Jaipur Mysore Mangalore Kanpur Dehradun.

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