Cultural history of Orissa, 1435-1751

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Anmol Publications, Publishers & Distributors, Jan 1, 1997 - History - 164 pages
This Book Is A Pioneering Attempt To Present An Elaborate Account Of Orissa S Unique Culture From 1435 To 1751 In A Historical Perspective. During This Period, Orissa Has Retained Her Distinct Cultural Identity. Her Dance-The Odissi Dance, Music- The Odissi Music, Yatra- The Rath Yatra, Dharma- The Sanatana Dharma, Gods, Goddess, Temples, Art, Language And Literature Have All Developed Fascinating Native Individuality Which Mark Them Out As Distinct Entities In India. The Period Is Very Significant In The Cultural History Of Orrisa Because It Witnessed The Greatest Expansion As Well As The Fall Of Orissa Kingdom, The Advent Of Chaitanya Faith, Advent Of Islam And The Golden Age Of Oriya Literature. Being A Scholarly Work, This Volume Offers A Valuable Study On All Aspects Of The Society And Culture Of Orrisa And Will Be Of Immense Help Not Only To The Researchers, Students, Teachers, Tourists, Govt. Officials But Also To The General Readers As Well.

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Contents

Structure of Orissas Society
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Marriage System and Position of the Women
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Dance Music and Festivals
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