her It was a fine dawn of 20th June 1953 when the legendary freedom fighter of Khandasahi ( A village in the Cuttack District),.Sri Bansidhara Mishra & his wife Srimati Devi were blessed with a little girl .This happened after long 25 years after their first daughter was born. Astonished? Ought to be! Young Bansidhara while studying in Ravenshaw College jumped into the Indian war of Independence raised his voice against the British Raj. An arrest warrant was issued & Bansidhara went underground for 25 yrs leaving behind his young wife & a two month year old daughter Krishna Ballavi. After independence he returned in 1951 & Sanghamitra was born in 1953. She was the happy outcome of the long separation (with uncerternity) , Sleepless nights & tear wet pillows of her mother. As if it was destined that the birth of Sanghamitra would let her mother to held head high.
Though her first love is poetry writing but she is well known in her field as the writer of literary criticisms on drama & odia poetry. The literary criticisms are also applauded by the scholars. Many of her dramas are staged and broadcasted in AIR, Cuttack. Her D.Litt thesis on Comparative studies of Hindi & Odia Symbolic plays is a land mark.