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This is our Magazines section that we have developed very recently. We encourage and request the editors/proprietors of Odia magazines to make their. Kadambini Media Pvt. Ltd. was founded in July by the eminent educationist & noted social entrepreneur Dr. Achyuta Samanta, the Founder, KIIT group of. It is the first monthly family magazine of Orissa, published by Kadambinee Media Pvt Ltd. It is the monthly internet based online Oriya magazine of Orissa. It promotes odia literature which includes History of Odisha, Scientific views on Hindu epics, Odia Short Stories, Odia.
During the Panchasakha era another seer Raghu Arakhsita, who was not part of the Panchasakhas but was a revered saint, composed several Padabalis in Odia. Madhavi Pattanayak or Madhavi Dasi is considered as the first Odia woman poet who was a contemporary of Prataprudra Deva and wrote several devotional poetries for Lord Jagannatha. A new form of novels in verse evolved at the beginning of the 17th century when Ramachandra Pattanayaka wrote Haravali. The prominent poets of the period, however, are Dhananjaya Bhanja born AD , Dinakrushna Das born AD and Abhimanyu Samantasinhara. Their poetry, especially that of Upendra Bhanja, is characterised by verbal tricks, obscenity and eroticism.
Those advices that are technically feasible shall be implemented. Happy reading! It graduated to offset printing in The paper found its real mojo in late 80s and early 90s of the last century under the guidance of present Editor Tathagata Satpathy. Soon, it became the mouthpiece of the subaltern, in sharp contrast to contemporary dailies that lived off political patronage.
As the only impartial Odia newspaper of the state, Dharitri could fast endear itself to vast multitudes of youth, and was the first newspaper to launch special pages and features keeping in mind nuanced interests of its subscribers. Riding on a potpourri of content starting with mint fresh news, infotainment, business features to sports tid-bits, literature and literary critiques, it became number one paper in the capital city, both in terms of numbers and quality of its reportage.
From day one, the paper has strived to enrich Odia language and literature. It has also given space to new political and economic thoughts that have helped the paper to consistently keep a step ahead of competitors.
The spirit of Urja is retained in the pages of the publication even today.
Dharitri has been carrying on its campaign to ensure that women get their voice heard. Odisha has a largely agrarian economy. Here, the progress of farmers is tantamount to the progress of the state. Swearing by this maxim, Dharitri devotes a significant chunk of its space to news and features on farming.
It carries write-ups, drawings and paintings by children together with their photographs. The supplement, rich with degree information for children, has been a major hit with kids. The paper has been endeavouring to drive awareness on science and healthcare. It carries features about works of Odia scientists and interesting updates on science and health technology. He started the Kartavya Bodhini Samiti Duty Awakening Society in college to encourage his friends to take on social, economic and political problems and become responsible citizens.
While leading a team to serve flood victims, Gopabandhu heard that his son was seriously ill. He preferred, however, to save the "sons of the soil" rather than his son.
His mission was to reform society and develop education in the name of a social service vision. He lost his wife at age twenty-eight, and had already lost all three of his sons by this time. He left his two daughters and his property in the village with his elder brother, rejecting worldly life.
For this social service mission he is regarded by Odias as the Utkalmani. As freedom movements began, a new era in literary thought emerged influenced by Gandhi and the trend of nationalism. Gopabandhu was a large part of this idealistic movement, founding a school in Satyabadi and influencing many writers of the period. They are known as 'Panchasakhas' for their similarities with the historical Age of Panchasakhas. Their principle genres were criticism, essays and poetry. Chintamani Das is particularly renowned.
Born in in Sriramachandrapur village near Sakhigopal, he was bestowed with the Sahitya Akademi Samman in for his invaluable contribution to Odia literature. Pragati Yuga[ edit ] Nabajuga Sahitya Sansad formed in was one of the first progressive literary organizations in India. Adhuinka was conceived, initiated, edited, published and nurtured by Bhagabati Charan Panigrahi and Ananta Patnaik.
Many writers of that time wrote in Adhunika. This was a very short period in Odia literature, later folded into Gandhian and Marxist work. Mayadhar Mansingh was a renowned poet of that time, but though he was considered a Romantic poet he kept his distance from the influence of Rabindranath. Purnachandra Odia Bhashakosha[ edit ] The Purnachandra Odia Bhashakosha is a monumental 7-volume work of about 9, pages published between and It was a result of the vision and dedicated work of Gopal Chandra Praharaj — over nearly three decades.
Praharaj not only conceived of and compiled the work, he also raised the finances to print it through public donations, grants and subscriptions and supervised the printing and the sales of the published work. The Purnachandra Odia Bhashakosha is an Odia language dictionary that lists some , words and their meanings in four languages - Odia, English, Hindi and Bengali. It includes quotations from wide-ranging classical works illustrating the special usage of various words. It also contains specialised information such as botanical names of local plants, information on astronomy and long articles on various topics of local interest.
In addition, there are biographies of personalities connected with Odisha's history and culture. The Purnachandra Odia Bhashakosha is an encyclopedic work touching on various aspects of the Odia language and Odisha region, as well as many topics of general interest.
Its author Praharaj was a lawyer by profession and was ridiculed and reviled by many during production itself. Many printed copies were destroyed unbound and unsold.
Many copies sat in libraries of the princes who had patronised the work and most of these copies were sold cheaply when the princes met financial ruin. There are few surviving copies, and those that exist are fragile and worm-damaged. The work is regarded by the older generation, but not well known among younger Odias.
Eliot and published a co-authored poetry book Nutan Kabita. Ramakanta Rath later modified Eliot's ideas in his own work. Jena was born May 7, He is the pioneer of "Groundism", that is "Matimanaskabad".
The early 80s saw in Odia literature a group of poets with new thoughts and styles who overshadowed the earlier generation. These poets had their root in typical Odia soil. The rich heritage and culture with the feelings of commomen were depicted in their Odia poems.
They were somehow nearer to the readers as there were little ambiguity in their expression. These contemporary poems were better than the so-called modern poems. Critics refer to them as the contemporary poet generation.
It is the second translation of the classic work in any Indian language after Bengali. His translation of four classic Greek plays is also a commendable work. Fiction[ edit ] Before the s[ edit ] In the post-independence era Odia fiction took a new direction.
These authors pioneered the trend of developing or projecting the "individual as protagonist" in Odia fiction. There is some tension between the two Mohantys among critics.
Eminent feminist writer and critic Sarojini Sahoo believes that it is not Gopinath's story "Dan", but rather Surendra Mohanty's "Ruti O Chandra" that should be considered the first story of the individualistic approach. This nihilism prepared the ground for the development an existentialist movement in Odia literature.
Surendra Mohanty is a master of language, theme and concept.
In his fiction Gopinath Mohanty explores all aspects of Odishan life, both in the plains and in the hills. He uses a unique prose style, lyrical in style, choosing worlds and phrases from the day-to-day speech of ordinary men and women. He published 24 novels, 10 collections of short stories, three plays, two biographies, two volumes of critical essays and five books on the languages of Kandh, Gadaba and Saora tribes. The writer Kalpanakumari Devi 's sequence of novels, in particular, her Srushti o pralaya , documenting the social change in the country have been lauded.
Chandra Sekhar Rath's novel Jantrarudha is one of the renowned classics of this period. Shantanu Acharya's novel Nara-Kinnara was also influential. After the s[ edit ] The trends started by the s and s were challenged by the young writers in the s. This challenge began in the s with a small magazine Uan Neo Lu in Cuttack. The title of the magazine was made up of three of the Odia alphabets, which were not in use.
These writers were not as famous as some contemporaries, but they began a revolution in Odia fiction. They tried to break the monopoly of established writers, introducing sexuality in their work and creating a new prose style.
In the late s the Cuttack's in Odia Literature was broken when many "groups" of writers emerged from different parts of Odisha. The changes that started in the s were confirmed in the next decade. Kanheilal Das and Jagadish Mohanty began creating a new style and language popular among a general audience as well as intellectuals.
Kanheilal Das died young and is still considered a great loss for Odia fictions. Jagadish Mohanty introduced existentialism to Odia literature. Tarun Kanti Mishra emerged during s as a powerful storyteller with an elegant style, full of poise and vigor.
His outstanding works include 'Sharadah Shatam' A Thousand Autumns , - a novel dealing with resettlement and rehabilitation of displaced persons from East Pakistan, now Bangladesh—and anthologies of short stories such as 'Komal Gandhar', 'Bitansa', 'Bhaswati' and 'Akash Setu'.
Sarojini Sahoo, another prominent writer, later famous as a feminist writer, also significantly contributed to Odia fiction.
Her novel Gambhiri Ghara is not only a landmark Odia novel but has also gained international fame for its feminist and liberal ideas.