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The publication of the book ‘Jane Shasakara Smruti’ is expected to achieve two purposes. The first is Pujyapuja and the second is the discovery of a lot of untold facts and some of the established beliefs of the history of Odisha in the nineteenth century. It is difficult to imagine how sincere John Beams had in Odisha for the new men of this era.His contribution to defending the Oriya language from the machinations of its neighbors, to presenting the ancient potential of Oriya literature to the world court, and to establishing the importance of the Oriya language among the Indian languages in a comparative manner is great.In addition, another foreign administrator like him has not come to Odisha in the areas of education, poverty alleviation, the expansion of trade, archeological research, port development, and justice for the people.During his 9-year stay in Odisha, he fell in love with Odisha and became obsessed with Odisha after leaving Odisha. And his attraction to the city of Cuttack was the highest He said that no English officer had agreed to come to this remote place at the time; But those who came refused to return.He sometimes did not abide by administrative rules to protect Odisha’s interests in the field of governance; And that is why sometimes the superiors were angry. As a Christian and a foreign ruler, some of his judgments of that time may not be acceptable today; But in it the sincerity of his love of Odisha cannot be denied.
A few days later his old painting was hung in the Utkal Sahitya Samaj Bhavan; But that is no longer the case. T.E. He was Ravensa’s subordinate; But his multifaceted contribution to Odisha is by no means inferior to that of Ravensa. After reading this article it will surely make the reader realize. Yet not a single brick has been laid across his memory in Odisha. If this book can do the work of that brick, I would consider it worthwhile.
|Editor||Dr. Shyamsundar Mishra|
|Publisher||Cuttack Students’ Store|
|Edition||3rd Edition-4th Edition|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1|
|Printing||Shakuntala Printers, Cuttack|
|Layout Design||Minakhsi DTP, Cuttack|