• 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 different...
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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 Bhubaneswar...
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  • Tribal Displacement
    whole issue of human rights violation takes place in various parts of the country as a result of development undertakings. Thus, the tribal regions of Orissa are not exception of it. Social Composition of Tribals The tribals are the indigenous people living in the hilly parts of the state. According tothe...
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    Hon’ble Chief Guest and Inaugurator of the Seminar, Prof. Dr. Amiya Kumar Patnaik, Vice-Chancellor, University of Culture, Odisha, Esteemed Chief Speaker, Dr. Niranjan Satpathy, Ex-Principal, V.N. College, Jajpur Road and Prof. Dr. Hemanta Kumar Parija, Ex-Registrar, F...
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  • Orissa Economy
    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 ECONOMY HISTORICAL BACKGROUND: 2.1 History of Orissa, which acquired indelible fame...
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  • National Integration
    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 : "We, the people of India having solemnly resolved to Constitute India into a Soverign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic...
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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" Justice-social...
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  • Cooperative in India
    started in Orissa as early as in 1903. By the Cooperative Credit Societies Act, 1904 several Co- Operative Societies were established in North Orissa. 4. Primary Agricultural Co-operative Societies (PACS) at the grass-root level, Central Co-operative Banks (DCCB) at the middle level and Orissa State Cooperative...
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  • Odisha
    About Orissa Its territory formed a part of the ancient Kalinga of Mahabharat fame. Ashok the Mauryan King of Magadh, invaded Kalinga in 261 BC and this event has gone down in history as the Great Kalinga war. Then the people of Kalinga offered a relentless & dauntless resistance, but they lost at...
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  • Essays on Radhakrishnan
    Orissa Review Western terms and showing that it was imbued with reason and logic he was able to give Indians a new sense of esteem, who were overcome by inferiority complex by imprerial forces. But he also made clear to them that their long and rich tradition had been arrested and required further...
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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 which...
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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 people...
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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. Following...
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  • Puppet Shows
    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 the world of globalization, these art forms are losing their status and the wave of emotionless metropolitan cities is overshadowing our great...
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  • Sacred Groves and Stewardship
    India is a land of varied cultures, religions and people. Unity in diversity is the mantra of the land. Among all these diversifications is found an impressive population of tribal people. These tribal people are believed to be the true inhabitants of India. Almost all the states in India have significant...
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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 prosperous...
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  • Konark
    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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  • East India
    Indian states of West Bengal,[2] Bihar,[3][4] Jharkhand and Odisha. West Bengal's capital Kolkata is the largest city of this region. The states of Orissa and West Bengal share some cultural and linguistic characteristics with Bangladesh and with the state of Assam.[citation needed] Together with Bangladesh...
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  • Tribals in India: an Overview
    understanding the word "tribe" is a social division within a traditional society consisting of a group of interlinked families or communities sharing a common culture and dialect. In the contemporary western mind the modern tribe is typically associated with a seat of traditional authority (tribal leader) with whom...
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  • The Scial and Ecological Effect of Industrilization
    inhabited by indigenous peoples. Rajkishor Meher is at the Nabakrushna Choudhury Centre for Development Studies, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, 751 013, India. Acknowledgements: This article is based on my Ph.D. thesis, ’Industrialisation and the urban social structure: A sociological study...
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