Sarojini Sahoo's Writings
Not that Suparna and Jayant never had any fight; they had their fair share like any normal couple, but nothing out of the ordinary, nothing very bitter, certainly nothing irreparable. Sometimes they were about the kids, sometimes about a domestic problem - but they did not last more than ten or fifteen acrimonious minutes, invariably followed by and hour- long...
The Tribune, India
She is considered the Judith Butler and Virginia Woolf of contemporary Oriya literature. And yet for her, feminism is not just about battling male hegemony. For Dr. Sarojini Sahoo, an award winning Oriya writer, feminism is linked with the sexual politics of women. She refutes the limits that patriarchy places on female sexual expression and identifies women’s...
You may call her creativity controversial and term her unconventional frankness as feminist but you can never afford to ignore this woman and writer of courage and coviction-Sarojini Sahoo a noted short story writer of India, known for her brilliant boldness.”
—The New Indian Express: December21, 2000
Sarojini Sahoo has been enlisted among 25 exceptional women of India by the Kindle magazine of Kolkata, in its March 2010 Issue ( can bee seen at http://www.scribd.com/doc/27460652/Kindle-Small-Book-56-Pages-240210.). Well known for her frankness,...
Causes Sarojini Sahoo Supports
Human Rights Commission ,