Author: Krishna Rout

These days, housing and buildings have become very important for people. Houses are constructed in such a way that they become comfortable to live in, but most of the time... Read More

A house is a single-unit residential building. It may range in complexity from a rudimentary hut to a complex structure of wood, masonry, concrete or other material, outfitted with plumbing,... Read More

Atibadi Jagannatha Dasa was an Odia poet and litterateur. He was one of the 5 great poets in Odia literature, the Panchasakha. He wrote the Odia Bhagabata.Dasa was born in... Read More

Kabi Samrata Upendra Bhanja was a 17th-century Odia poet-composer of classical Odissi music. He is most known for his Odissi songs and kabyas written in the Odia language, primarily Baidehisa... Read More

This book "Jugasandhi" is one of the renowned Odia Books by Satakadi Hota. The writer himself is a veteran essayist and was an individual from Sahitya Akademi's overall committee. He... Read More

Droupadi Murmu is an Indian lawmaker who has been filling in as the fifteenth leader of India since 25 July 2022. She is the main individual having a place with... Read More

The Swargarohana Parba customarily has 6 adhyayas and has no auxiliary parbas . It is the second most limited book of the epic. In the wake of entering paradise, Yudhishthira is... Read More

Vedanta likewise Uttara Mimamsa, is one of the six schools of Hindu way of thinking. In a real sense signifying "end of the Vedas", Vedanta reflects thoughts that rose up... Read More

Nabakalebara additionally spelled as Navakalevara is the ceremonial diversion of the wooden symbols of four Hindu gods (Jagannath, Balabhadra, Subhadra, and Sudarshana) at Jagannath Temple, Puri. The custom is performed... Read More

Panchatantra is one of the most widely translated non-religious books in history. The Panchatantra was translated into Middle Persian/Pahlavi in 570 CE by Borzuya and into Arabic in 750 CE... Read More