Yeshe Dorjee Thongchi (Assamese: য়েছে দৰজে ঠংচি) (born 13 June 1952) is an Indian writer. He was formerly deputy commissioner. His first literary creation is a poem named Junbai'(জোনবাই).
He is the recipient of India's prestigious award Padma Shri 2020 for his work in the field of literature and education.
- Mauna Outh Mukhar Hriday (Silent lips, Murmuring Heart), 2005
- Sonam, 1982
- Bih Kanyar deshat
- Saw kata Manuh
- Moi Akou janam lom
Collections of Short Stories
- Papor pukhuri (A Sinful of Pond)
- Bah Fular Gundh
- Anya Ekhan pratiyugita
- Dhar aru Ananya Galpa
- Sherdukpen Janajatir Itibritya
- Dhuniya Manuhar Dhuniya Deshat ( Travel to South Korea)
1. Into Assamese-
- Sainikar Senapati (Translation of Gen. J.J.Singh's autobiography 'The Soldier's General')
- Prabahat Mukta Jiwan (Translation of His Holiness Dalai Lama's autobiography Freedom in Exile with his foreword)
- Bodhucharyavatara ( Translation of Acharya Shantideva's Sanskrit Buddhist classic of sixth century in poetic form)
2. Into English-
- Heart to Heart (Translation of Lummer Dai's Assamese novel Mon aru Mon)
- Hanhi aru Sakulor Saisav (First part of autobiography)
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