Phuleswari Pegu
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Phuleswari Pegu

Phuleswari Pegu was born in 1915 when India was under the British regime, but the masses were dreaming for an independent India. Her complexion was as white  as a British Shahib. Because of her complexion she was named Bilati and her title was Doley. But the she stepped into school guided by her brother Ganesh Doley, Bilati became Phuleswari  Doley. But she was the mother of an  administrative officer Jivan Ch. Pegu IAS. She is now eighty years old kind hearted grandma.

Phuleswai was married to late Surya Kanta Pegu and hence she became Pegu. She started a cultural life in her  husband’s house. She was exercising a kind of literature which was oral; unwritten. There was no written form of Missing dialect. But there is abundant literature in oral tradition.

Phuleswari Pegu sang Midang (marriage song) and  Ainitam (bihu song)

In her youth she was a member of dignified Missing family having a good farming, four elephants a herd of buffalos and cow.

Her only objective of life was to make her son Jivan Ch. Pegu an educated and she was successful in her mission. He became D.C and Phuleswari Pegu lived with her son in her old days. She keeps herself saturated with Assamese language and culture whole heartedly. She was happy to know about Lekhika Samaroh Samity. She feels that women should try to make themselves literate and it is through education women can shine in their life.

Phuleswari Pegu’s success is achieved through the success of her son. To mould a son like Jivan Pegu is not a matter of joke. She believes that for positive outlook of life the need of cultural life cannot be denied. She is just like a writer in realization of this fact. The memory of Basudev than and Subanshiri river is always alive in her memory. It must be mentioned that the Ghunasuti of Rajani Kanta Bardoloi‘s Miri Jeeyari is in Subanshiri river.

 

 

 

 

 

 
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