| Promila Devi|
January 27, 1983
| writer, poet, playwright, translator, journalist and actor|
Sahitya Akademi Award (1977), Padma Shri (1970)
Ananda Chandra Barua Wikipedia
Ananda Chandra Barua (Assamese: আনন্দ চন্দ্ৰ বৰুৱা; 1907–1983) was a writer, poet, playwright, translator, journalist and actor from Assam. He is popularly known as Bokulbonor Kobi (বকুলবনৰ কবি) in Assamese literacy society. He was honoured with, most notably the Padma Shri title and Sahitya Akademi award.
Porag (1930) (Poem collection)
Bijoya (1932) (drama)
Hafizor Sur (1933) (translation of poems)
Bisorjan (1933) (drama)
Ranjan Rashmi (1934), (Poem collection)
Puspak (1934) (sonnets)
Nal Damayanty (1934) (drama)
Meghdoot Purbamegh (1940) (translated poems)
Komota Kuwori (1940) (drama)
Asiar Jyoti (1960)
Soviet Kabita (1968)(translated poems)
Kumar Sambhav (1969)(translated poems)
Paporir Porimal (1969) (Poem collection)
Bokul Bonor Kabita (1976)(Poem collection)
Sei Nimati Puware Pora (1982) (Poem collection)
Kopoi Kuwari (Children drama)
Pondit Modon Mohan Malaviyar Jiboni (biography of Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya)
Ethan From (translations)
Unpublished but completed works
Panchami (children drama)
Tejimola (children drama)
Phulora (children’s one-act-play)
Sahjahanor Ontim (translated play)
Bonik Bondhu (translated play)
Mrigamaya (drama) and
Banipath (for school curriculum)
Asomiya Deka (novel) and
Amar Sahitya (for public education)
Barua received the fourth-highest civilian award ‘Padma Shri' (1970) from the Government of India on 21 April 1970.
For his poetry book Bokul Bonor Kabita (1976), he achieved the Sahitya Academy Award in 1977.
Bakulbon Park (বকুলবন উদ্যান) is named after Ananda Chandra Barua in Jorhat as a tribute to him.
The Bakul Bon Award is conferred every year in the fields of dancing, music, art and literature in the memory of 'Bakul Bonor Kabi' Ananda Chandra Barua by the Bakul Bon Trust, Assam which carries a sum of Rs 10,000 in cash and a citation.