Dimbeswar Neog (1899–1966) (Assamese: ডিম্বেশ্বৰ নেওগ) is a writer and critic of Assamese literature.
Born in Kamarfadia, a small village in Sibsagar, Assam Dimbeswar Neog was the oldest child to his father Manik chandra Neog and mother Chandra Prabha. He is also known as the 'Indradhenu Poet'. His early education began at Kamarphadia. After his matriculation, he joined Cotton College in Guwahati. He earned his bachelor degree in 1924 then he completed Masters in English study. After that he earned his masters in Assamese in 1940 from Calcutta University. Most of the literary works of Neog were done during the period while, studying at Cotton College. Neog was selected to be the General Secretary of Assam Chatra Sanmelan and remained there from 1921 to 1924. During that period he edited the mouthpiece of Chatra Sanmelan 'Janmabhumi' and 'Milan'. Dimbeswar Neog's professional life began as a teacher. In 1930, Dimbeswar Neog married Ajaleetora, the daughter of writer and Dibrugarh district judge Benudhar Rajkhowa Ajaleetora. Dimbeswar and Ajaleetora Neog had seven children. He died in Assam Medical College after a brief period of illness in 1966.
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