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|Date of Birth||, 1932|
|Place of Birth||India|
Manorama Jafa Biography
Manorama Jafa is a famous Indian writer of children's literature (born 1932), who was born on , 1932 in India. According to Astrologers, Manorama Jafa's zodiac sign is .
Manorama Jafa is an Indian author of more than 100 books for children, as well as feminist novels for adults, and academic research and writing on children's literature. She has served as Secretary General of the Association of Writers and Illustrators for Children and as the Secretary General of the Indian National Section of the International Board on Books for Young People. She was awarded the Padma Shri in 2014, and the Order of the Rising Sun in 2016.
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Jafa began writing in the late 1960s, first for local newspaper columns, but then began developing stories, and her first book for children was Donkey on the Bridge. Other works for children include The Parrot and the Mynah, Laughing Parrot, and The Ladybird and the Butterfly, which according to Dipanita Nath of The Indian Express, make "clear that Manorama sticks to earthy values, especially unity in diversity."
Manorama Jafa Net Worth
Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2022. So, how much is Manorama Jafa worth at the age of 90 years old? Manorama Jafa’s income source is mostly from being a successful Writer. She is from India. We have estimated Manorama Jafa's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
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Some of her works, such as Gabbar and Babbar and I am Sona, are designed for children with special needs. She has said I am Sona was inspired by a visit to South Africa and addresses children with HIV, and her book Toru Nanu and Hipu is written for children who became orphans after the Indian Ocean tsunami. In a 1996 discussion of her 1995 book Gandhi: The Man of Peace in Indian Review of Books, she is referred to as "one of the pioneers of children's literature in English in India." Her books written for adults, including Devita, were described by Nath as having "a strong feminist accent."
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In 2011, Faisal M. Naim of The Hindu wrote, "over the past three decades, Jafa has been pioneering a movement for better books for children in India." In 1976, she began conducting workshops for authors of children's literature. Jafa has also produced many research papers on children's literature. She also co-founded the Association of Writers and Illustrators for Children (AWIC) with the cartoonist Shankar Pillai, and served as director of its Children's Literacy Project beginning in 1995. She has written a book about technical writing for children, Writing For Children, and edited the AWIC quarterly children's literature journal Writer and Illustrator, which was founded in 1981. By 2006, she was the head of the Khaas Kitaab Foundation, a publisher of children's books.
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She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, She has no children.
|Children||Asim Jafa , Dr. Navina Jafa|
From 1999 through 2001, she served as a jury member for the UNESCO prize for Children's and Young People's Literature. She was also involved with the Asian Cultural Centre for UNESCO, as its children's book specialist. She has served in the juries of the IIY-Asahi Reading Promotion Award (2000-2001) as its chairperson and the UNESCO Prize for Books on Tolerance (1999-2000) as a member.
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