A story of Tapoi

I’m deliberately using “a” in place of the expected “the” in the title. There are two versions of the story of Tapoi...

Our day-to-day language

 It is generally believed that colourful and aesthetically appealing language is to be found in literary works and that the day-to-day language...

The concept of Nuakhai

Since prehistoric times western part of Odisha was a child of Nature. Still it is a child of Nature. The people...

The Ancient Dwaraka

Dwaraka is one of the seven holy places of India. The ancient Dwaraka was founded by lord Sri Krishna Himself. Being disgusted...

Why be polite?

“What a silly question! Be polite and don’t ask questions!” is what most are most likely to say, if at all they...

Sir William Jones – The Indologist

During the British time Sir William Jones was the judge of Supreme Court of India when warren Hastings was the governor general...

The day for the dried fish

In fact, it will be more correct to say “the Evening for the Dried Fish”.  We could also say “The Dried Fish’s...

Amarnath Cave

India is a land of wonders. Wonder that is India. Amarnath cave of Kashmir is such a cave. This cave is Situated...

A common script for our languages

On July 17, 2013, “The Hindu” published a news report saying that a professor of a certain branch of engineering, who works...

History of Monsoon

Monsoon is a type of Seasonal wind that blows over the Indian ocean in a particular period of the year. In...
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