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Administrative history of Orissa, 1866-1912

J. K. Samal

Administrative history of Orissa, 1866-1912

by J. K. Samal

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Published by Discovery Pub. House in Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Orissa (India)
    • Subjects:
    • Orissa (India) -- Politics and government.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJ.K. Samal.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJQ620.O7 A46 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 215 p. ;
      Number of Pages215
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2361251M
      LC Control Number86902679

      Like other states in India, the head of state of Odisha is the Governor, appointed by the President of India on the advice of the Central government. His or her post is largely ceremonial. The Chief Minister is the head of government and is vested with most of the executive powers. Bhubaneswar is the capital of Odisha, and houses the Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly) and the minister: Naveen Patnaik, (BJD).   ANCIENT ODISHA The history of Odisha for several centuries after Kharavela is dark. From Hiuen Tsang ’s account it is evident that Harsha Siladitya’s political sway extended to Odisha. Ptolemy, the famous Greek Geographer of the 2nd century A. D., testified to the existence of flourishing trade marts on the Odisha coast.

      History of Orissa High Court At the commencement of the 20th Century Bengal Presidency was a vast province including Assam, Bihar and Orissa. It was really difficult to manage administratively such vast areas inhabited by people speaking in different languages and having different traditions. Get this from a library! Economic history of Orissa, [J K Samal].

      The North Orissa University (NOU) was established in the year vide Government of Orissa notification No/HE dated 13th July The University is recognized by the University Grants Commission under Sections 2(f) and 12(B) of UGC Act, with effect from and , is recognized by Bar Council of India.   History of Odisha in Odia for OPSC - Lecture 4 - The Kalinga War - OPSC/OSSC/OTET jobs - Duration: Study IQ educat views. History Of Patliputra - Duration:


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InOdisha and Bihar were separated from Bengal province to form a new single province. Inthe Orissa Tenancy Act was introduced the Bihar-Orissa Legislative Assembly. The previous Bengal Tenancy Act of was Administrative history of Orissa ill-suited for the conditions of the region.

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History of Orissa. Kalinga War: During the reign of Chandragupta Maurya, the Mauryan Empire extend­ing from Hindukush in the North-west to Mysore in the south faced a challenge from an independent kingdom of Kalinga. But Chandragupta was busy in consolidating his empire, thus could not get time to deal with Kalinga.

The history and culture of Odisha is in many ways distinct from those of the northern Indian states and many generalizations that are made about Indian history do not hold good for the Odia region.

The word Odia is in fact an anglicized version of Odia which in turn is a modern name for the Odra or Udra tribes that inhabited the central region of modern Odisha. The Orissa famine of affected the east coast of India from Madras northwards, an area coveringmiles and containing a population of 47,; the impact of the famine, however, was greatest in Orissa, now Odisha, which at 1866-1912 book time was quite isolated from the rest of India.

In Odisha, one third of the population died due to y: India. The land of Odisha or former Kalinga has undergone several changes in terms of its boundaries since ancient ages.

It was also known by different names like Odra Desha, Kalinga, Hirakhanda, Mahakantara or Utkala in different eras.

The year is considered a turning point in the history of Odisha. In the yearKalapahad invaded the state. This, aided by internal conflicts, led to a. Orissa came to the newspaper map of India, about 70 years later in and offered resistance to the British rule which could only History of Press in Orissa R.P.

Shastry be fully established in this part of the country in Thus the history of journalism in Orissa is little over a century or to put it more precisely it would now be just File Size: 27KB. An eminent historian, his published works included: Orissa under British Crown:History of Education in Orissa:Administrative History of Orissa:Princely States of Orissa:Economic History of Orissa:History of Modern Orissa, and Agrarian History of Orissa Under the British Rule.

This book, in Odia language, presents briefly modern history of 20th century Odisha (Orissa) and life sketch of important personalities of : Rabi Narayan Subudhi.

Bihar and Orissa was a province of British India which included the present-day Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhand, and a part of territories were conquered by the British in the 18th and 19th centuries, and were part of the Bengal Presidency, the largest British province in l: Patna.

SearchCriteria. View images. Publication Title History of Orissa. from the Earliest Times to the British Period Document Type Book Language English Publisher Name Prabasi Press Publisher Region Calcutta Publication Date Subject History Title.

About the Author Dr. Sanjaya Kumar Mahaptra (born ), presently working as the principal in the Janata College, Kuhuri, Khurda, Odisha is the recipient of prestigious Rastriya Gaurav Award. He is an eminent scholar of History and Archaeology who has devoted two decades of his illustrious career to the study of Archaeology, History and Culture of our land.

Orissa History The original inhabitants of Orissa were the native tribal groups, namely, the Buiyas and Gonds. The origin and history of the state can be traced back to the ancient times, when it was known by different names like Kalinga, Utkal and Odra. Madhusudan Das (28 April – 4 February ) was the first graduate and advocate of was born in the village of Satyabhamapur, 20 kilometres (12 mi) from Cuttack, Odisha.

He is known as Kulabruddha, which means Grand Old Man, Madhu Babu, and Utkala Gouraba, which means Pride of was instrumental in creation of Province of en: Sailabala Das, Sudhanshubala Hazra.

Odishan history due to the discovery of new source materials. Therefore, sources represent the heart and soul of all kinds of history of any state. Sources of ancient history of Odisha The history of Odisha is based on various available sources.

There are several sourcesFile Size: KB. The Orissa famine of caused an estimated 1 million deaths. Following this, large-scale irrigation projects were undertaken.

Inthe Utkal Sammilani organisation was founded to demand the unification of Odia-speaking regions into one state. On 1 Aprilthe Bihar and Orissa Province Capital: Bhubaneswar. Brief History of Ancient Odisha.

The history of Odisha dates back to eternal Past, its most famous old names being Kalinga, Utkal and Odra, when its boundary extended far beyond the present one. Pre-History. million years ago (mya), the peninsular India, including Odisha, was a part of the Gondwana supercontinent.

This book is primarily meant for the general public and the students, who desire to understand the history and culture of their country. Though a general work encompassing historical, cultural, economic, political and administrative features, the book is none the less authentic and authoritative.

A Comprehensive History of India is the product of a joint venture undertaken by a Reviews: 1. Administrative Units: 30 Districts E-Book Odisha Tourism Policy Voter Helpline Election Commission of India Download "Voter Helpline" Android App.

Departments Disclaimer: This is the official web portal of Government of Odisha. Information Technology Department is the nodal department, respective departments are responsible for their.Indus Publishing, - Odisha (India) - pages 0 Reviews This Book Presents Current Trends As Well As Long-Term Themes Of The Economic History Of Orissa And Thus Tries To Serve The Need Of The Academic Community In Bringing About A New Orientation In The Study Of Orissan History.

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