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Miller-Mesra Oriya-Oriya. Thereafter single handedly he wrote to the President, Prime Minister, Culture Minister and brought together an all party term of members of Parliament to sign a document to bestow the classical status on Odia.
He personally requested me to take charge of the situation and prepare the document. He presented the document to the Government of India. The Cultural Ministry asked for the opinion of the State Government. The state Government asked me to be a member of the Committee they were going to set up.
I told them that since IOSR had drafted the Report that should be accepted as the foundation by the new committee. Then only the Report will be combined Report, both Government and non- Government, it is to the credit of the Minister and Principal Secretary of Culture Department, that they agreed the idea of our Report being accepted as the foundation.
The Report was thus completed with minor modifications and corrections, and it was possible to bring out the final version of the Report in second time. This submission is designed to meet the four criteria stipulated by the Govt. This has been proved that Odia has an unbroken history of language development.
BC through Ashokan edict, 3rd Cen. BC and Hatigumpha inscriptions of Kharavela 1st Cen. BC conclusive evidence has been provided to show the development of Odia language and script, until Urajan inscription of , AD, the first Odia inscription using entirely Odia language and script The difference in age between written to spoken language is 10, years to , years.
Odia is the most ancient and most conservative among the Eastern group of Indo-Aryan Languages. It is only natural that oral and written literature of that time would have more common elements with odia than with other languages, which have undergone several changes over time. In fact, many of the lines of Doha read like contemporary colloquial Odia and many words and grammatical formations are retained in Odia, which are no longer found in other modern languages.
The development of Odia prose is not only early, it is unique in many ways. The stories of Bratas and Osas was a strong reason for the preservation and development of prose. Some varieties of prose were also sung. Of the six varieties of Odia prose which were sung, two were Utkalika and Churnika.
In the Sarala Mohabharat 15th Cen. The Pre-Sarala? Madala Panji is written in prose. There are many other Pre- Sarala prose and poetry texts which are still under controversy over dates. Sarala Das was a unique character among all the modern Indian language writers, who wrote three purans, Mahabharat, Bilanka Ramayan, Chandi Puran in Odia. He is the only modern Indian author who wrote the entire Mahabharat in one life time.
He put the Odia language on a solid pedestal, blazed a trail for the sustainable growth of Odia literature in future. Innumerable number of oral texts discussed in groups, sung with the accompaniment of drums and cymbals, await to be written down. The following years Mid 16th Cen. Many experiments were made with language and chhanda and the Odia creative imagination sprouted in abundance.
Poems, songs, lyrics and prose flourished during the next century, with social, mythological, religious themes in sample common subject. They were numerous, full of varieties and broke upon formalistic structures and assumed a distinct mind set of the ancient Odia poetry. The Bhakti movement of the 16th Cen. Love, which had a strong thematic presence during the Kavya era, found expressions directly in man woman relationship and indirectly through Radha Krushna love play in the songs, poems and lyrics.
The modern age of Odia literature which challenged traditional ways of learning and evaluation is supposed to have begun in the later part of the 19th Century. The British rule, the missionary printing press, the rising Odia identity were behind Odia modernity. Besides his fight for Odisha as a separate state on linguistic basis, in which he succeeded in his life time.
In addition to his poetry, his extensive prose writing with remarkable logic and consistency, mostly motivated by educational purposes put him in the forefront of fighters for Odia identity. This literature flourished into novel, short- story, essay, criticism, subject related prose, travelogue, biography, autobiography, drama, short and long poetry.
It only goes to show that individual authors have their own identity and yet all the authors of the era and between the eras have interlinking trends and dimensions. Although they are original in their own ways, and underwent significant changes over the time, they reacted differently to the ways of life and presented homogenized life, literature and culture. The Odia country side reverberates with the epics, the Bhakti and Kavya literature.
The modern as well as the ancient are both original and display similar mental horizons, attitudes and motivations. Because of the strength, originality and creative expression, Odia has been translated into the neighbouring languages. Bichitra Ramayan by Siddheswar Das 14th - 15th Cen. Mahabharat by Sarala Das 15th Cen.
Bhagabat by Jagannath Das 16th Cen. The body of literature is considered as valuable national heritage by successive generations. Numbers of inter-lingual translations have grown and literature has increased in volume, quality and diversity.
If the criteria to grant classical status to a language is considered, then Odia language certainly qualifies to be a classical language being one of the ancient and richest vernacular languages. Odisha was the first state to be formed as a separate province on the basis of language during the British rule in the year If we analise the uniqueness, character and glorious traditions of Odia as a language along with the richness of Odia literature, there can be no second opinion that it certainly deserves to be declared as a classical language.
Two significant Ashoken inscriptions were inscribed at Dhauli and Jaugada. Just after the Kalinga War in B.
The Hatigumpha inscription inscribed by the great emperor Kharabela at Khandagiri cave in the 1st century B. Mayadhar Mansingh has defined it as the earliest indigenous literary expression of Odia language. Udri was one of the scripts in the list. Scholars traced the Udri with Udra script. Sangita Ratnakar also has referred to the lyrical style of Odia language. The Ministry of culture of Govt. But neither the State Govt. The movement of the action committee to obtain classical status to Odia language is continuing its effort relentlessly since long.
It was the first formal meeting attended by intellectuals for deliberating upon the classical status to Odia. It was attended by Mr. Khuntia, Mr. Prassana Patasani, Mr. Rajendra Prasad Mohanty, V. Sukadeb Nanda, Sh. Sahadev Sahoo Retd. Chief Secretary, Govt. Aurabinda Pattanaik, Dr. Ganeswar Mishra, Prof. Bijay Kumar Satpathy, Prof. Sanghamitra Mishra, Dr.
Subrata Prusty and many scholars and intellectuals of Odisha. As the convenor of the meeting, in my welcome address, I had appealed all to come forward and work unitedly towards the goal to obtain classical status for Odia language.
Odia language has sustained developmental history of years and Odia literature has continuous history of years. It fulfills all the criteria prescribed by the Govt. In this meeting Dr. Basanta Panda presented one base paper on the subject, Chief Guest Mr. Khuntia, M. The meeting was chaired by Prof. In the meeting, it was decided that Action Committee would work under the Chairmanship of Mr. Matlub Ali will continue as the convenor of the action committee.
This report was first of its kind. Pattanaik and the member of the committee Dr.
Natabar Satpathy, Dr. Subrata Prusty convenor of the expert committee. Ramchandra Khuntia, President 2. Prasanna Patasani 4. Parida 5. Bhakta Ch. Das 6. Sashi Bhusan Behera 7. Rabi Mohapatra 8. Bhartruhari Mahatab 9.
Tathagata Satpathy Amar Pradhan Renubala Pradhan Mangala Kishan Bibhu Prasad Tarai Pradip Majhi Swami The literary institutions who also have signed in the Memorandum. Nagar, Unit-IV, Bhubaneswar. Palli Bani Mission, New Delhi 14 4. Korai Mandal Sahitya Sansada, Jajpur 5. Sarala Sahitya Sansada, Cuttack 6. No step has been taken by the Culture Ministry.
Throughout the movement, the active involvement of Sri R. The Memorandum on classical status to Odia language is being published only due to his keen interest and kind help.
Then action committee convened a press meet on 11th May , at Bhubaneswar. In this press meet, Mr. Khuntia, Sk. Matlub Ali and Subrat kumar Prusty explained the plan and programmes taken by the action committee to accord classical status to Odia language.
Khuntia stated that he has submitted the Memorandum to the Govt. Matlub Ali contended that resolution should be taken in the State Assembly demanding Odia language to be given classical status by the Union Govt. Subrat Prusty explained that this status would contribute to the growth of odia language, literature and odia culture.
Further Sri. Khuntia said to the media that the Memorandum will be published as a Book soon. The movement must continue till the goal is achieved. Bande Utkal Janani, SK. Government of India has established four criteria for granting classical status to the modern India languages. By giving the classical status to any Indian language, the language not only brings fame but provides greater oppeortunites for research and development. In this context, one can judiciously think about giving this classical status to Odia language.
The ancientness of the Odia language is being proved from its soil which says about two types of language from very beginning. The development of Odia can be seen through its spoken and written forms.
The spoken languages are expressed two ways. One preserved through folk forms and the other preserved through cave paintings. The songs sungs at the time of barth, death and work conditions are preserved, stories are painted through cave paintings both represent the creativity of the underlying literature. The inhabitant of this land stated to drown this language at about fifteen thousand years back.
The Gudahandi painting of Kalahandi district and the cave art of Khandagiri and Udayagiri are the great achievements of this primitive architecture. Towards the 13thcentury A. Borobudur temple of central java and the Angkor Wat temple of Cambodia is the fine example of Odisha-influenced Indian architecture.
Odisha has largest number of pre-historic sites.
Lots of Paleolithic stone implements have been found in this site. Similar sites of copper Bronze Age and Iron Age are available in plenty. The latest archaeological excavation has taken place in at Harirajpur. The findings of excavation includes human skeleton, broken potteries, carbon, eartheror pots, Agricultural stone implements, animal bones, flooring of houses, remains of hearth, claimed to be years old have been found at the spot.
Tel river civilization put light towards a great civilization existing in Kalahandi, Balangir, Koraput region in the past that is recently getting explored. The discovered archaeological wealth of Tel Valley speaks a well civilized, urbanized, cultured people inhabitant on this land mass around years ago.
These sites yield inscriptions mentioning the names of Tapussa and Bhallika. On the basis of the new findings, Dr. Monica Smith of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, University of California, claimed that the fortified city is Sisupalagarh of Odisha, flourished from around 5th century B.
C and probably remained well after the 4th century A. Researchers say the items found during the excavation point to a highly developed urban settlement. Very early in Kalingan history, the Kalingas acquired a reputation for being a fiercely independant people.
Odisha in ancient days had illuminated Indian sky of knowledge so brilliantly with its own unique luster that the Rig Veda in its tenth Mandala had to advise its followers to be cautious of Odisha where indigenous people find their object of worship in wooden logs. His majority of rituals are based on Uddiyan tantras which are the refined versions of Mahayan tantras as well as Shabari tantras, which have evolved from Tantrik Buddhism and tribal beliefs respectively.
His Kaibalya mahaprasad of rice is of a Jaina origin and Nirmalya is of Saivite origin. Odisha became a centre of Buddhism. The three Buddhism schools: Vajrayan, Kalachakrayan and Sahajayana reformed in Odisha by odia people.
By 7th century A. Acharya Pitupada th C AD achieved a great reputation as a scholar and a saint at Ratnagiri and promulgated Kalachakryana, a new vehicle of Buddhism. Vajrayana was changed to Sahajayana by Lashminkara, the princess of Sonepur and sister of Indrabhuti. It is believed that the great Buddhist saint Padmasambhava went to Tibet from Odisha to propagate Vajrayana Buddhism and founded a new religion named Lama.
In the maritime history of India, Odisha ancient Kalinga played a significant role in spreading Indian culture to other parts of the world. The picture of a Giraffe on the sun Temple of Konark speaks of the trade relation of Kalinga with African countries in the 13th Century.
The picture of elephants in Odisha temple being carried by a boat speaks of the vigorous internal maritime activity. The maritime trade has been entrenched in the socio cultural and religious life of Odisha for centuries.
The traditions like Taapoi episode of Khudurukuni Osha, Nisha Mangala Osha, Somanatha brata katha, Boita Bandana on the next day morning of the Diwali and morning of Kartika Purnima, the festivals like Panchuka of Kartika Purnima and Bali Yatra, imprint clear testimony of our glorious maritime heritage.