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Ratneswar Mahanta's (1864-93) collection of poems is Kavitar har. Mahanta's Gawalia bowari is written in the romantic tradition. It is a poetical picture of dedication. He is a poet who belongs to the transition period of Assamese literature
. Gawalia bowari is a marked departure from the other poems of the period. The concluding lines are in a didactic manner. Its thought and imagery are neat. Mahanta's Asomat Man was published in the journal of Jonaki
. This gives evidence of the historical-cum-political prose.
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