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ଅଧିକ ପଠନ ସମ୍ପାଦନା

  • Kumar, Raj. Dalit Personal Narratives: Reading Caste, Nation and Identity. New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2010.
  • Mallik, Basant Kumar. Paradigms of Dissent and Protest: Social Movements in Eastern India. New Delhi: Manohar, 2004.
  • Mohanty, Janaki Ballabha. An Approach to Oriya Literature. Bhubaneswar: Panchashila, 1988.
  • Nayak, R. K. ‘A Study on the Problems of Untouchability with Emphasis on the Incidents of the Atrocities on Harijans in Orissa’. Bhubaneswar: National Institute of Social Work and Social Sciences, 1984.
  • Omvedt, Gail. ‘Worst in a Hundred Years: The Kalahandi Drought’. Manushi, No. 97 (November–December 1996).
  • Pati, Biswamoy. ‘Environment and Social History: Kalahandi, 1800–1950’. Environment and History, No. 5 (1999): 345–359.
  • Pradhan, Jagdish. ‘The Distorted Kalahandi and a Strategy for Its Development’. Social Action, Vol. 43 (July–September 1993): 295–311.
  • Satpathy, Sumanyu. Reading Literary Culture: Perspectives from Orissa. New Delhi: Rawat, 2009.

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ଆଧାର ସମ୍ପାଦନା

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  3. "ଥିଏଟର ମୋ ପାଇଁ ଏକ ସାମାଜିକ ସେବା : ମଞ୍ଚ ଅଭିନେତ୍ରୀ ତଥା ନିର୍ଦ୍ଦେଶିକା ସୁଜାତା ପ୍ରିୟମ୍ବଦା". Odisha Sambad. 2021-06-27. Retrieved 2024-04-01.
  4. ପ୍ରିୟମ୍ବଦା, ସୁଜାତା (2017-12-28). "ନାଟକରେ ନାରୀ (ସାକ୍ଷାତକାର - ନାଟ୍ୟ ନିର୍ଦ୍ଦେଶିକା ଓ ନାଟ୍ୟାଭିନେତ୍ରୀ ସୁଜାତା ପ୍ରିୟମ୍ବଦା)". Samadhwani. Retrieved 2024-04-01.
  5. "ଲୋକେ ସେଠାକାର ହୁଅନ୍ତୁ ବା ଏଠାକାର, ଜାଗ୍ରତ ନ ହେଲେ ଭାଷ‌ାକୁ ବଞ୍ଚାଇବା ସହଜ ହେବ ନାହିଁ: ପର୍ଶୁରାମ ଦ୍ବିବେଦୀ | SambadEpaper". sambadepaper.com. Retrieved 2024-04-06.
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  7. Bichitrananda Nayak can be called a pioneer in Odia Dalit writings. Way back in 1972 when Dalit Panthers in Maharashtra was trying to popularize the term ‘Dalit’ in public sphere, Nayak had already published a collection of poems titled Anirbana (‘Liberation’) using the term ‘Dalit’ in several poems. This is a significant act because the term ‘Dalit’ has radical meanings. Like Nayak, there were other poets and writers who exposed the hypocrisies of upper caste Odia society. They were: Jagannath Malik, Krushna Charan Behera, Govind Chandra Seth and Ramachandra Sethi. Jagannath Malik is best known for his novel Kshudhita Kharavela (1994; ‘The Hungry Kharavela’) where he takes a dig at the historical character of Kharavela, a medieval Odia king, to interpret contemporary issues. Without naming any person but through the character of Kharavela, Malik scrutinizes a modern politician who is corrupt as well as autocratic. Malik’s second important work is The Ramayana where he reinterprets the episodic events of the epic from a Dalit point of view. He considers Rama as an Aryan king whose going to the jungle has a specific goal: to teach the tribals and Dalits a lesson. Other better known Dalit writers and poets are Krushna Charan Behera, Gobind Chandra Seth and Ramachandra Sethi, all of whom have written on the themes of untouchability, caste exploitation, gender inequality and class oppression. They tried to bring Dalit discourse into the arena of Odia literature in a limited way. (ref. Dalit Literature in India)
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  18. ରବୀନ୍ଦ୍ରନାଥ ସାହୁ; କୃଷ୍ଣଚରଣ ବେହେରା; ରବୀନ୍ଦ୍ରନାଥ ସାହୁ (2007). ଦଳିତ ଆନ୍ଦୋଳନ ଓ ଦଳିତ ସାହିତ୍ୟ.
  19. Odia Dalit poetry is not only about the activism. One finds in Anand Mahanand one of those minor Dalit poets who whispers to the ears softly to tell that one need not buckle under the pressure as the societal discrimination is inherently unjust. Although most of his poems prefer to celebrate the rural countryside, the flora and the fauna, indulging in silent myth-making one finds the voice of protest and satire in poems like “Ucha Nicha”, “Bajania” and “Juge Juge Dronacharya”. While the former two poems question the very rationale behind caste discrimination the latter one highlights the injustice perpetrated even in Independent India. In “Bajania”, the poet brings out the inhuman treatment meted out the troop of musicians belonging to the Dalit community who perform on various ceremonial occasions. The poem very poignantly exposes the situation where no Hindu rituals like marriages and Durga Puja celebrations can take place...without the bajanias (drum players); yet, they are not allowed to enter the premise or the household but, adding insult to injury, are given food outside the premise as if they are dogs. Similarly, in the poem “Juge Juge Dronacharya” the poet takes to task the modern day Dronacharyas (teachers) who discriminate among their students to keep the Dalit students away from the mainstream. (Mahanand 2010: 35-40). (Caste, Reality and Mediation)
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  25. Mahima Gosain (1838-1862) was the propounder of Mahima Dharma. Mayadhar Mansinha is of the opinion that despite lack of confirmed information about his identity and profession he may be considered the contemporary of Raja Rammohan Roy (Mansinha 1967: 177). Bhima Bhoi, a blind boy, is presumed to have come across this local saint in his youth before being initiated into the Mahima Dharma by him. (Subaltern Consciousness in Odia Literature)