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Although Abhimanyu Samantasinghar’s birth date has been widely criticized, he is said to have been born on February 23, 1760. That day was Thala Magh Shukla Saptami Saturday. The poet’s father, Indrajith Samant Singhar, adopted the eighth pannu because his son had no land from the womb of seven pannis. A proverb about the birth of Abhimanyu is heard from the womb of Tulsi Devi, the eighth pann of Indrajith Samant Singh. For the sake of his son, Indrajith performed the Putresthi Yajna on the advice of his ancestral poet Kabisurya Sadananda Brahla. At the end of the sacrifice, Tulsi Devi dreamed that a devotee of the Vishnu devotee had passed away by giving her Tulsi and sandalwood. Then Tulsidevi became pregnant and in time gave birth to a son.
Abhimanyu’s mother, Tulsidevi, was a high-ranking and devout woman. Abhimanyu was deeply impressed by his mother’s religious zeal. Abhimanyu’s ancestors are said to have been scholars and scholars. His great-grandfather, Bandaki Samantha, was a scholar and poet. The poet’s father, Indrajith Samant Singh, was a man of great humor and piety. He is also known to have gained a lot of fame as a hero. It is only natural that the influence of his ancestors and his father would have an impact on Abhimanyu. The ancestors of the Kshatriya child Abhimanyu are said to have come from Jaipur, not Utkaliya.
|Book Title||Bidagdha Chintamani(ବିଦଗ୍ଧ ଚିନ୍ତାମଣି)|
|No of Pages||356|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1|
|Printing||Ruby Offset, Cuttack|
|Layout Design||Omm DTP Center, Cuttack|