Avinash Patra, Sr.I, OBE,(Order of The British Empire) PC (Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council) (born 18 Oct 1990) is a Winner of British Writer of The Year 2010, and Indian-born British writer and illustrator who has created both enduring Miracle books such as the My Dear Sweet Heart series and Lord Curzon Exposed Through Avinash Patra and wins World's Best Religious Certificate from Oxford Center for Hindu Studies the year of 2010.
Patra was born in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India to Jayant Kumar Patra and Bidulata Patra, and his father came from Bhubaneswar to Khariar for his working proposal in the year of 1991, and he settle down at Khariar till present. Avinash past his whole Childhood days at Khariar.
He was educated at two schools in the Odisha, and He spent parts of a gap year in Damanjodi, Angul, Odisha. Patra was educated at Saraswati Vidya Mandir Junior School, Damnjodi, and Saraswati Vidya Mandir Khariar, Khariar, both in Odisha, at Damnjodi Junior School he studied Geography, biology and history of art at A-level obtaining an A in geography, a C in biology and a B in history of art. And after he joins Khariar Junior college career, and there he obtained a College Degree from Khariar Junior College, Khariar, western Odisha, India. After getting a Junior College Degree Certificate he applied for higher study at The State University of New York, and after he got a chance to study Graduation there on Indian Culture in the year of 2009. In the middle of time he wrote some journal about Indian Ancient Literature, on his University, and after some days he was selected for International writer's society membership, and he got the chance to visit Oxford University Press, England.
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