Bhaskar Jyoti Nath

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Bhaskar Jyoti Nath
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Born1984 (age 37–38)
NationalityIndian
CitizenshipIndia
Alma materDibrugarh University
Occupation
  • Literary critic
  • Writer

Bhaskar Jyoti Nath is a bi-lingual indian literary critic and writer from Assam. He writes extensively in english and Assamese journals and news papers and known for his significant contribution to Assamese literary criticism. He areas of writing includes post modernism , Post Colonialism in literary theory and history.

His seminal book Path Aru Bikshyan is a collection of essays of literary criticism.[1][2][3] He was born in 1984 and completed master's in English from Dibrugarh University in 2006. He joined state police in 2008. Prior to his induction in state police he worked at english daily The Sentinel as Sub-editor. দুৱৰা, সমীৰন (24 April 2016), "সাংবাদিকতাৰ পৰা আৰক্ষীলৈ সফল যাত্ৰা", দৈনিক অসম, গুৱাহাটীHe participates in national and regional literary events as critic.[4][5] Nath's contribution to the realm of literary criticism has received critical attention from wide spectrum of assamese literary luminaries including Dr Hiren Gohain. Nath's critical approach is marked by an original , illuminating and independent tone and free from bias. Besides liteary criticism, Nath also engaged in translation and story writing based on his first hand experience as police officer. শইকীয়া, শংকৰজ্যোতি (19 April 2016), "কৰ্তব্যপালনৰ মাজতো সাহিত্য চৰ্চা ভাস্কৰজ্যোতিৰ", দৈনিক জনমভূমি, গুৱাহাটী [6]

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