Odisha 3D Tourist Map at Bhubaneswar Airport video

Odisha 3D Tourist Map at Bhubaneswar Airport video

Odisha 3D Tourist map containing informations about main vacationer locations within the state was unveiled at Biju Patnaik International Airport on Friday. The 3D map of Odisha showcases tourist locations like Jagannath Temple, Konark, Mukteswar Temple, wildlife sanctuaries, hill stations, beaches and backwaters. Unveiling the map, state Tourism and Tradition Minister Ashok Chandra Panda stated […]

 

Karma Naach of Sambalpur Odisha

Karma Naach of Sambalpur Odisha

Karam or Karma actually means ‘fate’ in Kosli Oriya. This pastoral Sambalpuri folks dance is carried out in the course of the worship of the god or goddess of fate (Karam Devta or Karamsani Devi), whom the folks take into account the reason for good and dangerous fortune. It begins from Bhadra Shukla Ekadasi (eleventh […]

 

Sambalpuri folk Dance Dalkhai

Sambalpuri folk Dance Dalkhai

Although Dusserah is the event of Sambalpuri folks dance Dalkhai, it’s the preferred people-dance of Orissa, its efficiency is quite common on all different festivals resembling Phagun Puni, Bhaijiuntia, Nuakhai, and many others. That is principally danced by younger girls of Kuda, Mirdha, Binjhal, Sama and another tribes of Sambalpur, Sundargarh, Balangir, Bargarh, Nuapada and […]

 

Baunsa Rani Dance of Odisha

Baunsa Rani Dance of Odisha

Baunsa Rani actually means “The Bamboo Queen”. It is likely one of the oldest dance of Odisha. On this dance type a woman reveals numerous acrobatic postures on the crossed bamboo bar in addition to on the ground with beautiful scintillating motion synchronized with the beat of drums and songs. This dance could be very […]

 

Tiger Dance Or Baagh Naach of Odisha

Tiger Dance Or Baagh Naach of Odisha

Odisha is a beautiful state with many well versed and cultured people. The residents of this region are also too creative and dancers. They know various kinds of dance forms and are well versed in it. Odisha is also popular for its folk dances in various other states of India. Baagh Naach is one another […]

 

Gotipua Dance of Odisha

Gotipua Dance of Odisha

  In Oriya language, “Goti” means “single” and “Pua” means “boy”. For centuries, the Gotipua dance has been performed in Orissa by young boys who dress up as female to praise Lord Jagannath and Lord Krishna. The actual form of the dance is executed by a group of boys who perform acrobatic figures inspired by […]

 

Ghumura Dance of Odisha

Ghumura Dance of Odisha

Ghumura Dance (or Ghumra Dance) is one of the most leading folk dance form Kalahandi district of Odisha. It is classified as folk dance as the dress code of Ghumura resembles more like a tribal dance, but recent researchers argue different mudra and dance form present in Ghumura bear more resemblance with other classical dance […]

 

Tribals Economy of Odisha

Tribals Economy of Odisha

Tribals economy is characterised as subsistence oriented. The subsistence economy is based mainly on collecting, hunting and fishing (e.g., the Birhor, Hill Kharia), or a combination of hunting and collecting with shifting cultivation (e.g., the Juang,, Hill Bhuyan, Lanjia Saora, Kondh etc.) Even the so-called plough using agricultural tribes do often, wherever scope is available, […]

 

Tribal Dance & Santali Dance

Tribal Dance & Santali Dance

The Tribals who constitute about one fourth of the total population of Odisha have very many dances of secular, religious and seasonal in character. Living in the midst of nature their dances and songs are vivid, temperamental and attuned to nature herself. Nature is always the strongest inspiration for them, coupled with the customs and […]

 

Mahari Dance in odisha

Mahari Dance in odisha

Mahari Tradition of the Sri Mandira is the beautiful Parijata flower of art an history of Utkal. It also makes living by its fragrance and the touch of nationl. It has been doing so far from the time immoral. It has made the art of Utkala glorious Mahari tradition is the same and one union […]