|1955||Gopinath Mohanty||Amrutara Santan (Novel)|
|1958||Kanhucharan Mohanty||Ka (Novel)|
|1961||Godavaris Mishra||Ardhasatabdir Odisa O Tanhire Mo Sthan (Autobiography)|
|1963||Satchidananda Raut Roy||Kabita-1962 (Poetry)|
|1964||Nilakanth Das||Atmajibani (Autobiography)|
|1965||Baikunthanath Patnaik||Uttarayana (Poetry)|
|1966||*Godavarish Mahapatra||Banka O Sidha (Poetry)|
|1967||Suryanarayan Das||Odiya Sahityara Itihas (History of Literature)|
|1969||Surendra Mohanty||Nila Saila (Novel)|
|1970||Binod Chandra Nayak||Sarisrupa (Poetry)|
|1971||Manoranjan Das||Aranya Fasal (Play)|
|1972||Manoj Das||Manojdasanak Katha O Kahini (Short stories)|
|1973||G.P. Mohanty||Samudra Snana (Poetry)|
|1974||Sitakant Mahapatra||Sabdar Akash (Poetry)|
|1975||Radha Mohan Gadanayak||Surya O Andhakar (Poetry)|
|1976||Kishori Charan Das||Thakura Ghara (Short stories)|
|1977||Kali Charan Patnaik||Kumbhara Chaka (Autobiography)|
|1978||Ramakanta Rath||Saptama Ritu (Poetry)|
|1979||Kunjabihari Das||Mo Mahani (Autobiography)|
|1980||Ananta Patnaik||Abantar (Poetry)|
|1981||Akhilmohan Pattanaik||O Andhagali (Short stories)|
|1982||Gopal Chhotrai||Hasyarasar Natak (One-act plays)|
|1983||Harkrushna Mehtab||Gan Majlis (Vol. III) (Essays)|
|1984||Mohapatra Nilamani Sahoo||Abhisapta Gandharba (Short stories)|
|1985||Rajendra K. Panda||Saila Kalpa (Poetry)|
|1986||Soubhagyakumar Misra||Dwa Suparna (Poetry)|
|1987||Nityananda Mahapatra||Gharadiha (Novel)|
|1988||Sourindra Barik||Akash Pari Nibida (Poetry)|
|1989||Bhanuji Rao||Nai Aarapari (Poetry)|
|1990||Binapani Mohanty||Pata Dei (Short stories)|
|1991||Jagannath Prasad Das||Ahnika (Poetry)|
|1992||Late Rabi Pattnayak||Bichitra Barna (Short stories)|
|1993||Santanu Kumar Acharya||Chalanti Thakura (Short stories)|
|1994||Guru Charan Pattanaik||Jagata Darshanare Jagannath|
|1995||Jatindra Mohan Mohanty||Suryasnata (Criticism)|
|1996||Sarat Kumar Mohanty||Gandhi Manisha (Biography)|
|1997||Pratibha Satpathy||Tanmaya Dhuli (Poetry)|
|1998||Pratibha Ray||Ullanghan (Short stories)|
|1999||Haraprasad Das||Garbhagriha (Poetry)|
|2000||Chitta Ranjan Das||Biswaku Gabakhya (Criticism)|
|2001||Chandrasekhar Rath||Sabutharu Dirgharati (Short stories)|
|2002||Satyanarayan Rajaguru||Mo Jeevana Sangrama (Autobiography)|
|2003||Govind Chandra Udgata||Kavyasilpi Gangadhara (Criticism)|
|2004||Prafulla Kumar Mohanty||Bharatiya Sanskriti O Bhagabadgita (Literary Criticism)|
|2005||Ramachandra Behera||Gopapura (Short Stories)|
|2006||Banshidhar Sarangi||Swarodaya (Poetry)|
|2007||Dipak Mishra||Sukha Sanhita (Poetry)|
Surendra Mohanty Bio
Born in the year 1982. In the post – Independent Odia story literature he is known as unrivalled story writer. He has created valuable stories from the unknown pages mythology, history and ‘Buddha Jataka’. These have been adorned in modern Odia story telling. His creations are KRUSHNACHUDA, MAHA NAGARIRA RATHI, CHHUTI O CHANDRA, MARALARA MRUTYU, SHISHAKABITA, DURASIMANTA, OH CALCUTTA, KABI O NARTAKI, SABUJA PATRA O DHUSARA GOLAPA, MANSARA KONARKA, SURENDRA SANCHAYANA, SURENDRA BICHITRA, NILA SHAILA, ANDHA DIGANTA and other stories bear the memorial of his success as a reputed story writer.
He was President of ODISHA SAHITYA AKADEMI from the year 1981-1987. He has received Sahitya Akademi Award for his creations like ‘NILA SHAILA, SABUJA PATRA O DHUSARA GOLAPA. In the year 1980 he got Sharala Award for his book, KULABRUDHA. In year 1987 he got Sahitya Akademi Award for his book ‘PATH O PRUTHIBI, the biographical literature. Died on 21-12-1990.
The exemplary craftsmanship of the Konark (Sun temple), holy Lord Jagannath temple, enthralling ancient caves, classical Oddisi dance, indescribable beauty of Chilka speak volumes of affluent heritage and glorious cultural traditions of the state. Art and craft also contributes to a major part of the culture of Odisha.
The dance and music is an inseparable part of the Oriyan culture. The classical ‘Odissi dance which is the improvised version of dance from the religious cult of the ‘devadasis’ or female temple dancers shower its excellence not only in the country, but leaves its imprint on foreign land too. ‘Chhow’ or the ‘Sambalpuri’ folk dance and exotic tribal dances like the ‘Ghumura’ & ‘Paraja’ are undoubtedly amazing.
The people of the state celebrate numerous festivals with great emotion and rapture. Most important among them are ‘Bali Jatra’ which is associated with mahabharta fame bali and world biggest cultural fair ‘Jagannath Rath Yatra’.
Odia Writer Manoj Das, who was recently presented with Padma Bhushan for his remarkable commitment to English and Odia writing, on Saturday received Mystic Kalinga Literary Awards – Indian and Global Languages.
He got the honor at the fourth release of the two-day long Mystic Kalinga Festival (MKF) in Bhubaneswar.
Mystic itualist Kalinga Literary Award has been initiated to perceive and celebrate productive and moving essayists, artists and entertainers. Das likewise introduced a discussion on “Divine Madness: Knowledge, Ecstasy, and Transformation”, the focal topic for the fourth release of the Mystic Kalinga celebration. The famous litterateur educated that he is deciphering ‘Savitri’, the epic sonnet composed by political dissident and profound master Aurobindo Ghosh into Odia language.
Famous Books of Manoj Das :
A Kahani or story is a of way of presenting related events, experiences, or the like, whether true or fictitious. Find the best Odia Stories that have morals and messages behind them are always powerful. Some of these odia kahani are very short and basic. In fact some are so basic they’re most likely featured in children’s books somewhere. However, the strength of the message remains the same. Here’s some of the best odia stories written by famous odia writer Manoj Das:
- Ekadasha Rudra
- Raktamaya Prabhata
- Swetahastira Desha
- Sesha Samrata
- many more…..
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Aarabya Rajanira Ajana Kahani
- Apurba Swapna
- Bichitra Bihanga
- Adrushya Bhuta
- Shaktishali Mitra
- many more….
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Horn articles of Odisha are mystical and are blended with a superb fashion design. Their lively appearance, dynamism and animation vie with the real objects of nature – that spells the names of Parlakhemundi and Cuttack.
There are artisans in Odisha who are dexterous in providing articles of daily use like combs, flower vases and pen-stands out of the horn of cattle. The horn is polished smooth, and then shaped into various Corms. Cranes, lobsters, scorpions and birds made of horn are finished to a nicety.
Their surface throws off a dark somber sheen and the catch the attention of all art-lovers. The horns, that are mostly from buffaloes and cows require a high degree of skill and imagination in application. The artisans who excel in this art have used the specific texture of this material t mold all sorts of objects with a marvelous degree of fluidity in movement. You can find all horn work from Odisha here at Odisha shop.
‘Applique’, which is a French term, is a technique by which the decorative effect is obtained by superposing patches of coloured fabrics on a basic fabric, the edges of the patches being sewn in some form of stitchery. It is distinct from what is known as patch work in which small pieces of cut fabrics are usually joined side by side to make a large piece of fabric or for repairing a damaged fabric. Though the form is not unknown in other parts of India, it is Odisha and specially in Pipli that the craft has a living and active tradition continuing over centuries.
Giant-sized umbrellas of applique work are produced for use on festive occasions. Also used as garden umbrellas in sprawling lawns, they lend grace and colour to any gathering. Heart-shaped fans, big and small canopies and wall-hangings are also prepared out of applique work.
The art form typically depended on four basic colours – red, white, black and yellow to produce a striking effect. In recent years, green too has been applied vigorously enlivening the craft even more. Temples and other religious institutions extensively patronized this art. In fact the basic inspiration for the art form was mainly religious in nature.
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