• arts and cultures of orrisa
    Art and culture of Orissa Orissa boasts of a rich and vibrant cultural heritage naturally caused by a long history of...
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  • Culture of Jagannath
    Culture of jagannath Orissa is the land of Jagannath culture. It represents the religious worships of orissa. It has unique and valuable religious tourism resources. The state has something for everyone. The monuments- the sun temple at Konark, the Jagannath temple at Puri, the Lingraj temple at...
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  • Orissa Economy
    Please purchase PDFcamp Printer on http://www.verypdf.com/ to remove this watermark. CHAPTER – II ORISSA – LAND, PEOPLE, ECONOMY AND CULTURE 10 Please purchase PDFcamp Printer on http://www.verypdf.com/ to remove this watermark. CHAPTER - II ORISSA - THE LAND, PEOPLE, CULTURE AND...
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  • Tribal Displacement
    as followed by the Orissa government with a desire to bring national development has not only worsened the conditions of the tribal populations and caused a great damage to the environment, and social networking of the people but also denied their (human) rights to livelihood and sustenance, culture...
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  • Odisha
    heritage, luxuriant forests & wild life, sprawling Chilika Lake, bountiful coastline, wide range of tribes & colourful canvass of art & culture. Orissa has been resurgent again rejuvenating and resuscitating its ancient glory, glamour & greatness. Origin of the name of the State The name Orissa is...
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  • Aaaaaaaaaa
    inaugural session of the 7th Jagannath Patnaik Memorial Seminar. To begin with I convey my deep sense of gratitude to Prof. Dr. A.K. Patnaik, V.C. of Orissa University of Culture for accepting our invitation to grace the Seminar as the Chief Guest. Similarly, I am deeply indebted to Prof. Dr...
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  • Cooperative in India
    secretary and Jankinath Bose, the father of Netajee Subash Chandra Bose as the treasurer. 3. To save the poor cultivators from the exploitation of the money-lenders, the Co-operative Movement started in Orissa as early as in 1903. By the Cooperative Credit Societies Act, 1904 several Co- Operative...
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  • Essays on Radhakrishnan
    tibindha, Dist. Bhadrak, Orissa. She is a student of +3 Class. September - 2010 9 Orissa Review Nabarangapur : The Treasure of Tribal Tourism and Culture Dasharathi Patra importance to national development but also an important medium of cultural exchanges among nations of the world. Tourists...
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  • National Integration
    all blended into a grand composite culture around Lord Jagannath, the Lord of the Universe. One of the most revered and ancient of the deities of Hindus. Some scholars think that, the three main images of Jagannath, Balabhadra and Orissa Review * January - 2006 Subhadra represents the jains...
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  • Sacred Groves and Stewardship
    cultures in Orissa Orissa is one of the Indian states which have impressive number of tribal clans. The tribal culture in Orissa has adapted itself to many of the Hindu traditions prevalent in the region. The true colors of the tribal cultures in Orissa can be seen on occasions like birth, death...
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  • National Integration
    25 Orissa Review * January - 2006 The 42nd amendment came into force on December 18,1976. The preamble as amended runs as follows : "We, the people of India having solemnly resolved to Constitute India into a Soverign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic Republic and to secure all its citizens...
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  • The Republic Day
    Orissa Review January - 2010 The Republic Day of India: A Great National Festival Dr. Ratnakar Mohapatra freedom fighters those who fought for and sacrificed their lives for the independence of our motherland. Introduction The word Republic is used to denote that a country in...
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  • National Integrity
    Orissa Review * January - 2006 National Integration and Communal Harmony T.K. Mohanty The 42nd amendment came into force on December 18,1976. The preamble as amended runs as follows : people of India transending religious, linguistic and regional or sectional diversities. "We, the...
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  • Puppet Shows
    India is a land of various indigenous art forms which retain the richness of our glorious traditions and transport us to a totally different world. These art forms are truly the face of India which form the true allure to tourists and are the symbol of the uniqueness of the grand Indian culture. In...
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  • Aes Global Values - 1
    AES should commit to social responsibility projects that provide the greatest local impact to the people of the Orissa Valley in place of purchasing additional control technologies. The local managers must reconcile the bottom line between social responsibility to the planet, people, and profits...
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  • Konark
    annual festival held in the temple premises, which attracts lots of tourists from across the world. The Konark Sun temple is a World heritage site. Bibliography : Cultural History Of Orissa by Bhagabana Sahu Political Culture and History of Orissa by SK Panda Facets of Orissa history and Archaeology by Baba Mishra...
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  • History of Orissa
    History of Orissa ¤ Medieval History According to the Puranas Kalinga is known to be a powerful kingdom as early as the time of the Kurukshetra battle. Mahapadmananda conquered and instituted Kalinga to his extensive empire. Although Kalinga lost her independence, she became economically...
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  • Orrisa
    [pic] We're celebrating Wikipedia's 10th anniversary. Want to join? Read more [pic] [pic]Orissa From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search |[pic] |This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page...
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  • cultural diversity
    Maharashtra Orissa Traditional Costumes Karnataka Tamil Nadu Andhra Pradesh Kerala There is a great diversity among different regions of India in terms of language, culture and dress. But though we are different we all Indians. “Unity in diversity” is our distinct feature as Indians. ...
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  • Tribes in India
    tourist to get an insight into many different cultures at the same time on the tribal tour to India. Santhal tribes Santhals are the third largest tribe in India. They are mostly found in the states of West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, Jharkhand and Assam. They belong to the pre- Aryan period and have been...
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