A few families in Odisha keep an exotic but dying art alive amid poor marketing and Covid.
Did Bengal’s Rosogolla come first or Odisha’s Rasagola beat it to become the first of its kind?
It is that time of the year again when the 150-odd potter families including that of Gadadhar and Sarojini in Nuagaon village, located 15 to 17 km from Bhubaneswar, engage themselves in making traditional clay lamps for Diwali.
Members of the puja committees say the moulds are their most precious possession.
Paika Nrutya is an integral part of Durga Puja celebration in villages of Khurda district
Royal families of Odisha continue to celebrate Durga Puja with complete adherence to its unique rituals
Considered a great centre of Shaivism, Bhubaneswar is also home to several Shakti shrines.
Gopal Krushna Das, an Odia lecturer of Prananath Autonomous College at Khurda, has been documenting Paika Rebellion for over two decades.
This Independence Day, take a walk through Cuttack’s winding lanes housing historical monuments and museums to learn how they influenced the country’s freedom struggle and great minds behind it.
Tribals are an important part of Rath Yatra in districts like Kalahandi, Keonjhar and Koraput while, different traditions mark the festivities at Balasore and Sambalpur RATH Yatra has many shades in Odisha. Although the celebration at Puri is famous worldwide, the nine-day festival elsewhere in the State is an equally…