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“Bada Osha Katha” is a book in the Odia language, written by Padmacharana Ptripathi. It is a collection of stories related to the festival of Bada Osha, which is celebrated widely in the state of Odisha. The book has a total of 120 pages and is published by Dharmagrantha Store, in the first edition. It is a paperback format and has dimensions of approximately 15x22x2cm.
The book narrates the stories behind the celebration of Bada Osha, which is also known as Kartika Purnima. It is celebrated during the full moon day of the Hindu month of Kartika and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The festival is observed by women, who fast for the day and offer prayers to Lord Shiva for the well-being of their families.
The book describes the rituals and traditions followed during the festival and also tells about the origin of Bada Osha. It features tales from Hindu mythology and folklore, which are associated with the festival. The stories are beautifully written and provide insights into the rich cultural heritage of Odisha.
Overall, “Bada Osha Katha” is an interesting book that offers a glimpse into the traditions and beliefs of the people of Odisha. It is a must-read for anyone who wants to know more about the festival of Bada Osha.”
|Book Title||Bada Osha Katha|
|No of Pages||120|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x2|
|Dimensions||20 × 10 × 2 cm|