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Kabi Aaru Kabita_Brajamohan Meher

A Kosali poem book by Brajamohan Meher Kabi Aaru Kabita_Brajamohan Mher

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Koshali Bhasa Andolana Eka Charcha by Pritish Acharya

The article read at Kosali Convention organised by Kendra Sahitya Academy at Bhubaneswar by the author ritish Acharya. The full article  available for download here: Koshali Bhasa Aandolana Eka Charcha_Pritish…

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Pritish Acharya at Kosali Convention by KSA BBSR

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Full Speech of Debi Patnaik at Kosali Convention

Speech of Debi Prasanna Patnaik at Kosali Convention organised by Kendra Sahitya Academy at Bhubaneswar.

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Sitakanta Mohapatra Unaware About the Recent Development of Kosali

Full speech of Odia poet and Sahitya Academy Fellow Sitakanta Mohapatra at Kosali/Sambalpuri Convention organised by Kendra Sahitya Academy at Bhubaneswar. Apparently it seems from his speech that he is…

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How to Create a Successful Market for Kosali Book

Today book business all over the world has declined due to many reasons. Only educational books like books related to different competitive exams etc are on sale. Book reading is…

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Kosali in Post Colonial Era

In the post independence era, the socio-political scenario of the country was changing rapidly. Printing presses were available in western Odisha. Writers were trying new theme. The naked reality of…

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Kosali in Pre-Independence Era

Printing press came to Odisha in 1838 and publications of magazine and periodicals started in 1861. In 1891 a Kosali poem by poet Madhusudan appeared in Sambalpur Hiteishani edited by…

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Bhagbat Padhan the octogenarian dance guru needs due recognition

Bhagbat Padhan, the octogenarian dance guru of Kumbhari village is waiting for the due recognition for his devotion in establishing a classical dance form ‘Sabdanrutya’.  Sabdanrutya has evolved and widely…

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KOSALI LANGUAGE: A REFLECTION OF REGIONAL DISPARITY IN ODISHA

by Saket Sreebhushan Sahu INTRODUCTION Kosali is an ancient, rich and sweet language. However, some recent research done at Sambalpur University claims Kosali as a distinct language as a result…

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