Odia Sahitya O Byakarana( Basics)

Prakash Nayak
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Oriya is an Eastern Indo-Aryan language that is primarily spoken in the Indian state of Orissa. It is recognized as one of the official languages of India and over 33 million people speak Oriya. It is derived from Sanskrit and other languages similar to Oriya include Bangla, Assamese, Maithili, Magahi, and Bhojpuri. Indian states such as Jharkhand, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, and Gujarat also include a significant amount of Oriya
speakers. Specifically in the city of Surat, Gujarat there is a significant Oriya community due to immigration works in the diamond polishing and textile industries. Although Oriya is the mother language of Oriya spoken in this state.

Oriya has several dialects, which include:

    • Mughalbandi: Considered the standard, most formal
    • Sambalpuri: Spoken in the districts of Sambalpur,
      Sundergarh, Kalahandi, Bolangir, and Bauda
    • Bhatri: a transitional dialect
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Prakash Nayak
Experience: Over 18 years of experience in teaching & artistic line as script writer, director & actor. Presently working as Lecturer in Odia. Qualification: Post Graduate in Odia - Utkal University, India Post Graduate in English- Periar University, India Hobby: Reading & Writing story, prose, poetry, and drama.

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