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Oriya language resources



Oriya is spoken on a daily basis in: India

Encyclopedia resources on Oriya
Oriya language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sprachwissenschaft der Universität Zürich. ISBN 3-9521010-9-5 [ edit ] External links Oriya language edition of Wikipedia odia.org , Oriya (Odia) news. Download a phonetic Oriya Translitation Editor. This ...

ପ?ରଧାନ ପାତା - Wikipedia
...http://or.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E0%AC%AA%E0%AD%8D%E0%AC%B0%E0%AC%A7%E0%AC%BE%E0%AC%A8_%E0%AC%AA%E0%AC%BE%E0%AC%A4%E0%AC%BE " Views Article Discussion Edit History Personal tools Log in / create account ...

Oriya script - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...is used to write the Oriya language . [ edit ] Oriya in Unicode The Unicode range for Oriya is U+0B00 ... U+0B7F.     0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F B00   ଀ ? ଂ ଃ ଄ ଅ ଆ ଇ ଈ ଉ ଊ ଋ ଌ ? ଎ ? B10   ? ଑ ଒ ଓ ଔ ...

Indo-Aryan languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language Oriya language Unclassified Eastern Zone languages Pahari languages (Northern Zone languages) Central Pahari languages Kumauni language Eastern Pahari languages Nepali language Palpi language ...

Indo-Iranian languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language Oriya language Pali Punjabi language Romany language - the language of Gypsies Sindhi language Singhalese language Urdu Dardic languages : Dameli language Domaaki language Gawar-Bati language Kalasha ...

List of national languages of India - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oriya (official language of Orissa ) Punjabi (official language of Punjab ) Sanskrit Santali Sindhi Tamil (official language of Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry ) Telugu (official language of Andhra Pradesh ) Urdu (official ...

Bengali language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...belonging to the Eastern Maghadan Branch of Indo-Aryan language family , are very closely related to Bangla. Standard Assamese , Oriya , and Bangla are considered by some to be nearly mutually intelligible ...

List of official languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...to be a separate language, an assertion disputed by ... English as a link language) Telugu : India (with English, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Malayalam, Kannada, Oriya, Punjabi, Assamese ...

Bhojpuri language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit. Jump to: navigation , search ... Oriya . There are several dialects of Bhojpuri, including three or four in eastern Uttar Pradesh ...

Category:Languages of India - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language O Oriya language P Pahari Pahari languages Prakrit Pucikwar language Punjabi language R Romany language S Sankethi language Sanskrit Santali language Sindhi language Sylheti language T Tamil language Tamil ...



Academic resources on Oriya
Digital Dictionaries of South Asia
...and etymological dictionary of the Nepali language . London: K. Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1931. Oriya Praharaj, G.C. Purnnachandra Ordia bhashakosha . Cuttack : Utkal Sahitya Press, 1931-1940. 7 v. This ...

English to Oriya converter
Oriya Type your text here See your results here oRiaa Equivalent HTML text Back to the Indian Language Converter The Vowels a ଅ aa ଆ i ଇ ee ଈ u ଉ oo ଊ rR ଋ e ...

ORIYA BHAJAN NEWS
Welcome to Bigyani Das's homepage ORIYA BHAJAN NEWS Happy New Year 2002 The eighth issue of our Bhajan Patrika CHIRANTANA was published and distributed in February 16, 2002. BHAJAN PICTURES DIRECTIONS TO ...

Table of Contents -- Digital South Asia Library
Primer in Oriya Characters Puri Town, India: Smith Orissa Research Project [1985]. Go to Page: Vowels p. 1 Consonants p. 2 Vowels in combination with consonants p. 3 Combinations of all consonants with ...

The DP Analysis of English and Oriya Noun Phrases
The DP Analysis of English and Oriya Noun Phrases Next: Articles in JournalsProceedings Up: Dissertation Abstracts Previous: The DP Analysis of The DP Analysis of English and Oriya Noun Phrases Kalyanamalini ...

The Digital South Asia Library
Primer in Oriya Characters . Puri Town, India: Smith Orissa Research Project, [1985] Vowels p. 1 Consonants p. 2 Vowels in combination with consonants p. 3 Combinations of all consonants with all ...

Oriya Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of ...
Oriya Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of Congress New Delhi Office). The Library of Congress >> Overseas Offices HOME - About the Project - Copyright and Permissions - ...

Digital Dictionaries of South Asia
Oriya Sinhala Dogri Lushai Lorrain Pali Pali Text Society Tamil Fabricius Kadirvelu Pillai McAlpin Tamil Lexicon Winslow English Hobson Jobson ...

Chitta Baral
...of technology and management. Bhubaneswar , Orissa: Government , Tourism , Infrastructure , Oriya cuisine , Odissi , NIS IISER Travel pictures: [Yellowstone, May27-29 2005]

The Indian Language Converter
Oriya (ଓଡ଼ିଆ) Punjabi (ਗ?ਰਮ?ਖੀ) Bengali (বংলা) The team: Akhila Bharathan (அகிலா பரதன?), inspiration. Dr. Vidya Lakshminarayanan (பல? ...



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Government resources on Oriya
Oriya
...representing the equivalent of the phrase "Universal Declaration of Human Rights". Oriya Language Learning Resources Course Offerings in the Less Commonly Taught Languages ...

Voyager - Spacecraft - Golden Record - Greetings From Earth - Oriya
...to hear the greeting in Oriya. The message translated to English is "Greetings to the inhabitants of the universe from the third planet ...

Oriya Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of ...
Oriya Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of Congress New Delhi Office). The Library of Congress >> Overseas Offices HOME - About the Project - Copyright and Permissions - ...

Kishori Charan Das -- Oriya Writer: The South Asian Literary ...
Charan Das - Oriya writer: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of Congress New Delhi Office). Kishori Charan Das, born in 1924 in Cuttack, Orissa, is an eminent Oriya writer. He is a ...

Manoj Das - Oriya Writer: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project ...
Das -- Oriya Writer: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of Congress New Delhi Office). Born at Shankari, Balasore, Orissa, Manoj Das is perhaps the foremost bilingual Oriya writer ...

ALA-LC Romanization Tables
Oriya Ottoman Turkish Pali Panjabi Persian Pushto Russian Sanskrit and Prakrit Santali Serbian and Macedonian Sindhi Sinhalese Tamil Telugu Thai Tibetan Tigrinya Uighur Ukrainian Urdu Go to: Cataloging ...

Sitakant Mahapatra - Oriya Writer: The South Asian Literary Recordings ...
Sitakant Mahapatra - Oriya Poet: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of Congress New Delhi Office). Born on September 17, 1937, he is an acclaimed Oriya poet and critic who is at his ...

Voyager - Golden Record - Greetings From Earth
Oriya Hungarian Czech Rajasthani If your computer cannot read *.au files, here are a couple of sites that provide utilities in order to do so: This link ...

Sanskrit Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library ...
Oriya - Panjabi - Rajasthani Sanskrit - Sindhi - Sinhalese - Tamil - Telugu - Tibetan - Urdu List All Authors: Alphabetically - By Country The Library of Congress >> Overseas Offices ...

Hindi Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of ...
Oriya - Panjabi - Rajasthani Sanskrit - Sindhi - Sinhalese - Tamil - Telugu - Tibetan - Urdu List All Authors: Alphabetically - By Country The Library of Congress >> Overseas Offices ...



".org" resources on Oriya
Oriya Range: 0B00–0B7F
Oriya Range: 0B00–0B7F This file contains an excerpt from the character code tables and list of character names for the Unicode Standard, last updated for The Unicode Standard, Version 4.1. ...

The Four Spiritual Laws - Oriya
Questions and Comments are always welcome! http://www.greatcom.org/laws/oriya/ [email protected]

Oriya Bibles
This page provides links to gospel resources in the Oriya language. Oriya Bible Oriya is one of the languages of India. This Bible is free, either to read online or for download: Oriya New ...

Fonts in Cyberspace - Oriya
...http://www.sil.org/computing/fonts/lang/Oriya.html Contact: [email protected] Copyright © 2005 SIL International

Welcome To California Oriya Community
...rendering support you may see irregular vowel positioning and a lack of conjuncts. More... Oriya (ଓଡ଼ିଆ) is one of the Indian languages mainly spoken in the Indian state of Orissa . The language is ...

Oriya language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...rendering support you may see irregular vowel positioning and a lack of conjuncts. More... Oriya (ଓଡ଼ିଆ) is one of the Indian languages mainly spoken in the Indian state of Orissa . The language is ...

www.odia.org
After a long interval, we provide the headlines of all the Odia(oriya) newspapers. Soon we will provide our editorials and visitor's thoughts. So enjoy the news and send us your ideas, suggestions ...

Oriya Department of Utkal University
Oriya Literature General Linguistics and History of Oriya Language. Any two of the following : Religious Trends in Oriya Literature, Linguistics and Phonetics. Modern Oriya Poetry, Oriya Drama, Sri ...

California Oriya Community
Bay Area Oriya Volley Ball Team Weekly Schedule Either use the calender or use this forum to post Weekly Schedule 0 0 May 08 2002 10:34:36 AM by: haijitu Calnet Events Other Local Events ...

The Bible in Oriya
Oriya Oriya is spoken by around 31,000,000 people: 30,158,000 in India, 13,000 in Bangladesh. Publishing History The New Testament was first published in 1809. The complete Bible was first published in ...



Commercial resources on Oriya
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Oriya (????? o?ia) is one of the Indian languages mainly spoken in the Indian state of Orissa, though there are also significant Oriya-speaking populations in other linguistic regions, such as the Medinpur District of West Bengal and the Saraikela Kharsawan District of Jharkhand. Due to the increasing migration of labour, the west Indian state of Gujarat also has a significant Oriya speaking population with Surat being the second largest Oriya speaking city in India. The language is also an official language of India. Oriya is an Eastern Indo-Aryan language belonging to the Indo-Aryan language family. It is thought to be directly descended from the Prakrit known as Purva Magadhi that was spoken in eastern India over 1,500 years ago. It bears a very strong resemblance to the modern languages Bangla (Bengali), Maithili, and xmiya (Assamese). Of all the languages spoken in northern India, Oriya appears to be the least influenced by Persian and Arabic. The language has also borrowed from Telugu and the various teribal dialects used in the state of Orissa. It has only one major dialect, Sambalpuri, that is spoken in the western part of the state.

Oriya has a rich literary heritage dating back to the thirteenth century. Sarala Dasa who lived in the fourteenth century is known as the Vyasa of Orissa. He translated the Mahabharata into Oriya. In fact the language was initially standardised through a process of translation of classical Sanskrit texts like the Mahabharata, the Ramayana and the Srimad Bhagabatam. Jagannatha Das translated the Srimad Bhagabatam into Oriya and his translation standardized the written form of the language. Oriya has had a strong tradition of poetry, especially that of devotional poetry.

Some other eminent Oriya Poets include Kabi Samrat Upendra Bhanja and Kabi Surya Bala Dev Ratha.

Prose in the language has had a late development. Distinguished prose writers of the modern period include Fakir Mohan Senapati, Manoj Das, Bibhuti Pattnaik, Pratibha Rai, Surendra Mohanty, Madhusudan Das, Kishore Charan Das, Kalindi Charan Panigrahi, Hari Hara Das, and Gopinath Mohanty. But it is poetry that makes modern Oriya literature a force to reckon with. Poets like Guruprsad Mohanty, Soubhagya Misra, Ramakanta Rath, and Sitakanta Mohapatra have made significant contributions towards Indian poetry.

Oriya has traditionally had a strong Buddhist and Jain influence.

Oriya is written with the Oriya script.


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