Bhubaneswar Bureau People of Orissa, including its political and bureaucratic communities should watch this video to see how ‘Bhasha Andolan’, the world’s unique linguistic revolution is arousing the people against the government’s deviltry in matter of their mother tongue. The … Read more →
Subhas Chandra Pattanayak The sole purpose of the movement for creation of Orissa as a separate province was ‘use of Oriya as official language’ instead of any other language. The province was created on April 1, 1936 comprising majority of … Read more →
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).