Subhas Chandra Pattanayak Linguistic Survey of India, conducted by Sir George Abraham Grierson, had a great contribution to creation of Orissa as India’s first linguistic State, eleven years ahead of independence. Neither Hindi, nor Bengali nor Telugu could vie with … Read more →
Subhas Chandra Pattanayak The first freedom movement of India – armed revolution begun by Jayee Rajguru in 1803 metamorphosing into the first non-cooperation movement led by Buxi Jagabandhi Bidyadhar Mohapatra in 1817 – had severely mauled the British in the … Read more →
Subhas Chandra Pattanayak My article in Sambad of today is addressed to retrieval of our splendid Motherland Orissa through Bhasha (use of Oriya in administration), Chasha (people engaged in cultivation) and Benisha (complete prohibition).
Subhas Chandra Pattanayak The winter session of Orissa Legislative Assembly died an organized death on Thursday. But a danger to the legally Official Language of the State has not been over. People of Orissa are to fight now a new … Read more →
This presentation in the daily broadsheet SARBASADHARAN dated 11 December 2016 deserves attention of whosoever Oriya loves his mother tongue.