Ramakanta Rath (conceived 13 December 1934) is one of the most prestigious pioneer artists in the Odia writing. Intensely impacted by the writers like T. S. Eliot and Ezra Pound, Rath tested enormously with structure and style. The journey for the enchanted, the puzzles of life and passing, the internal isolation of individual selves, and compliance to material necessities and fleshly cravings are among this scholar artist's #1 subjects. His verse double-crosses a feeling of cynicism alongside counter-style, and he enduringly will not put on the clothing of an evangelist of goodness and outright excellence. His verse is brimming with despairing and regrets the certainty of death and the resultant sensation of purposelessness. The lovely articulations found in his manifestations convey an unmistakable indication of representative explanations to profound and supernatural items throughout everyday life. Frequently rising above past normal human abilities, the writer arrives at the higher regions of sharp intellectualism. The items have changed from a pioneer understanding of old Sanskrit writing hero Radha in the sonnet "Sri Radha" to the consistently present and exciting demise cognizance upheld in "Saptama Ritu" (The Seventh Season).