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- Composer: O Mur Apunar Dex – a patriotic song composed by him is the state anthem of Assam. It is noteworthy to be mentioned here that an edited version of his lyrics, Mor desh (My motherland) has been accepted unanimously as the anthem of Assam.
- Novel: Padum Kunwari (Lotus princes), 1905.
- Poetry Collection: Kadam Kali (Kadam buds) 1913 and Padum Kali (Lotus buds) 1968.
- Short Story Collection: Surabhi (1909), Xadhukathaar Kuki (1912), Jonbiri (1913) and Kehokali.
- Collection of Satire Essays: Kripabor Baruar Kaakotor Topola (1904), Kripabor Barbaruar Ubhatani (1909), Barbaruar Bhabar Burburani and Barbaruar Bulani.
- Comic Plays: Litikai, Nomal, Paachani and ChikarpatiNikarpati.
- Plays: (a) Historical – Joymati Konwari (1915), Chakradhwaj Singha (1915) and Belimaar (1915) and (b) Others-Litikai (1815), Chikarpati-Nikarpati (1913), Nomal (1913) and Pachoni (1913).
- Children’s Literature: Junuka (Folk tales, 1910), Burhi Aair Xadhu (Granny’s tales, 1911), Baakhar and Kokadeuta AaruNati Lora (Grandpa and grandson, 1912).
- Biographies: Dinanath Bezbaruar Xankshipta Jiban Charit (1909), Sri Sri Shankardeva(1911) and Mahapurush Sri Sankardeva Aru Madhabdev (1914).
- Autobiographical work: Mor Jiban Sowaran (Reminiscences of my life), 1941.
- Miscellaneous: (a) Works in English- History of Vaishnavism in India, Rasa Lila of Sri Krishna (1934) and The Religion of Love and Devotion (1969) and (b) Other works in Assamese language- Tatwa Katha, Sri Krishnakatha, Bhagawat Katha, Kaamt Kritatwa Labhibar Xanket (1903), Axomiya Bhaxa Aru Xahitya, Patralekha, Dinalekha (Dairy), Bare Motora and Ha-Ya-Va-Ra-La.
- Editor: Bahi (1909- 1929).
Lakshminath Bezbaroa was honoured by a unique title, ‘Rasaraj’ by Assam Sahitya Sabha on 29 December, 1931 at Sivasagar session. The word ‘Rasaraj’ means the King of Humour in Assamese literature for his satirical writings under the pen-name ‘Kripabor Borbaruah’. It needs to be mentioned that he was also known as ‘Sahityarathi’, the word used for the first time for Bezbaroa in the felicitation letter of Assam Sahitya Sabha which means ‘Charioteer of Literature’. So to sayhe showed his expertness in all branches of literature. He presided over the 7th Annual Session of Assam Sahitya Sabha held at Guwahati in 1924 and his speech was a valuable contribution to Assamese literature. He also presided over the All Assam Students’ Conference at Guwahati in 1921. He also delivered a memorable speech on the philosophy of Vaishnavism at Baroda in 1933 on being invited by the Maharajah of Baroda. The speech was published in book-form in 1969 as ‘The Religion of Love and Devotion’.
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