Mamoni Raisom Goswami (1942-), also Indira Goswami and popularly Mamoni Baideo, is a well known writer from Assam. She teaches Assamese literature at the University of Delhi with a research interest on the Ramayana. One of her novels, \"The Moth Eaten Howdah of a Tusker\" was made into an Assamese film by Swantana Bordoloi in 1996 starring Tom Alter - Adajya which won international awards. Several biographical films have been made on her highly turbulent life and notable among them are \"Words from the Mist\" by Jahnu Barua and \"Aparajita\" by Kuntala Sharma. In the arena of modern Indian literature, she is one of the most powerful voices and one of the very few who has attempted to use literary tool as a means for social change. Since several years she has kept herself busy in bring the banned ULFA militants of Assam and the central government of India to the discussion with the
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