Famous Hindi and Maithili litterateur Usha Kiran Khan died in Patna hospital, had received Padma Shri in 2015.

Famous Maithili and Hindi litterateur Usha Kiran Khan passed away on Sunday (11 February). At the age of 78, he breathed his last in Medanta Hospital, Patna. He died due to illness at around 3 o’clock. It is being told that she was ill for several days. He was also having trouble breathing. At the same time, in April 2022, Usha Kiran Khan’s husband and former DGP Ramchandra Khan also passed away.

Received Padmashree in 2015

Usha Kiran Khan was a resident of Laheriasarai in Darbhanga district. He was awarded ‘Padmashree’ in the year 2015. Usha Kiran Khan received the Sahitya Akademi Award in 2010, Bharat-Bharti in 2019 and Prabodh Sahitya Samman in 2020. Apart from this, he has been given many other prestigious awards and honours.

Usha Kiran was born in 1945

Usha Kiran Khan was born on October 24, 1945. He took PG degree in History and Archeology from Patna University. After this he did PhD from Magadh University. He worked as a teacher for a very long time. He started writing in 1977. He wrote many works like ‘Vivas Vikramaditya’, ‘Doobdhaan’, ‘Gili Pank’, ‘Kasavan’, ‘Jaldhar’, ‘Janam Awadhi’.

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