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The Hands That Mould faith – A Glimpse Into The Legacy of Idol Making During Ganesh Puja

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There are very few feelings that come close to living in The Silver City during the homecoming of Lord Ganesha! The bylanes of the city start.

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More Than Just Two Medals, Rio Olympics Have Taught Us a Lesson or Two

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Ya Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Shakti Rupen Sansthita Namastasyei Namastasyei Namastasyei  Namo Namah Most of us are familiar with this Sanskrit verse that adulates Goddess Durga.

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My Story: I Do What I Do Because I Want My Children To Have A Better Life

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Portraits From The Street – Rourkela: Bhikhu Charan Majhi: A daily wage worker who radiates determination. The first thing about which you will notice about Bhikhu.

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7 Freedom Fighters From Odisha You Might Not Know. But You MUST

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“To survive in peace and harmony, united and strong, we must have one people, one nation, one flag”, very aptly said by Pauline Hanson.  India.

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We Caught Up With Odisha’s Dancing Cop to Discuss Life, Beyond Fame and Duty!

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Portraits From The Street – Bhubaneswar: Benudhara Sahu: The MJ of Cops! A hot, sultry afternoon and I’m returning home after errands, and I see one.

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Portraits From The Street: What a Simple Tea Stall Owner Can Teach You a Thing or Two About Life

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Portraits From The Street: Bhubaneswar – The Story of Anna Bhaina Prakash Subuddhi, or ‘Anna Bhaina’ as he is affectionately known by the myriad denizens of.

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The Curse of Being an Adivasi Child in Odisha

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In India there are 11.5 million Adivasi children under five years of age. More than half (54%) of these children under five years of age.

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Move Over, Bengal! Here are 5 Reasons Why Rasagola Belongs to Odisha Alone

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Twitter is buzzing with #RasagolaDibasa and why not! With plethora of ‘days’ which get celebrated, its apt to keep a day reserved for the ‘King of all sweets’.

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The Lesser Known Story of Odisha’s Suffering During the Great Famine

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A lot has been written and said about the countless famines India suffered under the British Raj. Of them, the most infamous was The Great Bengal.

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Odisha Girls Dutee and Srabani Seem Unstoppable, Set New National Records in Kazakhstan

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Indian 4×100 women’s relay team on Monday set a new National Record by clocking 43.42 sec during the Kazakhstan National Athletics Championship. Interestingly the relay.

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