Rabindra Nath Singh popularly known as Rabi Singh is famous for his revolutionary writings. He is an exceptional talent. He occupies a prominent place in Oriya literature for his leftist though and socialistic approach in his writings. His thought for exploitation-free and peaceful society has earned him a distinct place in Oriya literature. In 1961 he was recipient of Orissa Sahitya Akademi Award for his poetry ‘CHARAM PATRA’. In 1989, he was recipient of Jhankar Award. He was also awarded by Utkala Sahitya Samaja in 1996.
His poetry books include – PATHA PRANTARA KABITA, CHARAMA PATRA, SITHILA BALGA, APRITIKARA KABITA, JWALARA MALA, KSHATA, BISHABANI, JHADA, BHRUKUTI, DRUGAMA GIRI, SARBAHARA, ANARJYARA CHARJYAPADA, TARAKARA LUHA, AGNIBEDA, JAMANABANDI, KEBALA SANGRAMA, BHANGA HATARA KABITA, JHADA GANDHAR, LOHITA KRANTI, NABAMA SWARGA, RABI SINGHNKA PREMAKABITA, KRANTIKA MODI, LAL PAGODARA PRETA O ANYANYA KABITA, BIDIRNA, PADATIKA. Critic Books include SANSKRUTIRA BAIPLABIKA MUL YABODHA, ODIA SAHITYARA DHARSANA, RABI SINGH UBACHA.
Biograhy includes MAJHI (story of freedom struggle), Translation includes ANDHAKARARA SANGITA (Karolo’s The Blind Musician). His other creations are Birasa Kasani chekov’s Dulls’ Story and NAYAKA AMA SAMAYARA (Mikhaillera Mantow’s A Hero of Our Time), BOTOL BHUTA (Stephenson’s Bottle Imph) PURBAKSHANA (Turgrev’s On the Eve), Translations of Mughal Novel ‘BHARAS GULBAR’ and Ho Chi Minh’s poetry etc.