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“Uttaramarga” is not history – it is a novel. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. There is no story in history – but there is history in the story. So the story of the North Road is very close to the truth.The characters in the novel are true and fictional but not false, because fantasies like innocence are always nurtured and nurtured by relying on reality – it is true that the list of names of all the freedom fighters in my area cannot be found on the North Road page.A “name Konark” will be created if the names of all the artists, artisans, workers, and staff of the Konark temple are listed. I have been more diligent in building a ‘face of the soul’ than a ‘name Konark’.Sham Puhan, Madan Jena, Jairam Mohanty (Tungamamu) etc. are the fragment of the facade. Within the confined rocks of the facade, Konark art is popular today with the world.In the same way I have worshiped the people and souls of all the freedom activists in my area through the ‘Uttaramarg’ facade, there is an effort to touch. The tomb of the soldiers seen in Leningrad, Russia, in this regard comes to mind.The burial ground is divided into two parts. In one part there is the name of the soldier on each grave, the date of birth and death, and in some places a photo painted on marble.

Rows of graves on the other side are anonymous. The graves of the heroes who could not be identified are their graves “Our belief is that all soldiers and all patriotic civilians who lost their lives in the national liberation war are buried here. No one was left without the funeral of the martyr,” the burial site reads.I am repeating the above lines for ‘Uttaramarg’ The images of ‘Uttaramarg’ are dedicated not only to my area, but to all the liberation fighters of my country. I believe no one is left out.The past always warns, guides, inspires the future. There is a need to find pages of living history to create new history. But history is by no means complete – so my ‘Uttaramarh’ efforts for the Northern Territory, relying on the history of the liberation struggle in my area, are also incomplete – like a dustbin on a bridge, the history of a great nation’s epoch-making liberation.

Book Details

Binding Type Hard Cover
Book Title Utttaramarg/Uttaramarga(ଉତ୍ତରମାର୍ଗ)
Author Pratibha Ray
Editor NA
Publisher Adya Prakashani
Language Odia
ISBN 978-81-908545-0-7
Publication 1988-2015
Edition 1st Edition-5th Edition
Book Dimention Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x2
Printing Sarala Printers, Cuttack
Layout Design Print-Tech Offset Pvt Ltd., Bbsr
Assembly required NA
No of Pages 392
Warning Nothing

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Weight 0.61 kg


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