On the birth anniversary of Kulabruddha Madhusudan Das, whose dedicated endeavor to help the ancient race of Oriyas to have a State where their mother tongue would be the language of all public transactions, the Bhasha Andolan expressed dismay over … Read more →
We pay our salute to May Day with this recitation of the Oriya translation of Alfred Hayes/Paul Robeson’s “Joe Hill” by Saswat Pattanayak.
Bhasha Andolan has been spearheading the campaign for the transaction of all official works of Orissa in the Oriya Language, which was also the reason behind the creation of this first linguistic State of India under the epoch-making leadership of … Read more →
Subhas Chandra Pattanayak I was watching a TV channel that boasts of the promptest possible presentation of how voting is going on. A freelancer was commenting live on the goings-on in various booths. The reporter on the field was asking … Read more →
Subhas Chandra Pattanayak The unique Black Flag Campaign addressed to mass awakening on how the Official Language Act of Orissa is atrophied by being pushed into the quagmire of official conspiracy, has marked the completion of its three years, with … Read more →