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No New Posts   Ganesha forms

August 13, 2013

Hi, i am nilama from tamilnadu and am particularly intrested in diff forms of lord ganesha.i came across this antique lord ganesha whose form is very different.the head dress mitif seemed to be of odisha design.can anyone help in more info on this ganesha.i want to post a picture but how do i do it.

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No New Posts   We proud to be in RAMPUR, ODISHA

December 6, 2012

S. Rampur is an ancient village in the district of Subarnapur, ODISHA, it is at present a Tahasil headquarter. It is also the headquarters of the Canal Subdivision, with a PHC, Police Station, Farm House and Court of the JMFC. The place finds reference in the Somavamsi charters in the name of Arama Kataka.

            Rampur was an erstwhile Zamindari in the feudatory state of Sonepur, with its presiding deity Chandlipat. The original cultspot of the goddess is Pooja Dunguri located on the border of the Binka -Rampur Tahasils.

           The only one rock-art site in the undivided district of Bolangir is Ushakothi (21d, 02’, 90” North and83d 41’98”East) existing in the hill complex of Pooja Dunguri. Rampur is associated with the Gandmaru of the early 19th century. the Dasahara Bali festival is observed in traditional way in the name of goddess Chandlipat .Another important festivity of the goddess is Dangar Yatra ,celebrated in the full moon day of Chaitra. A procession of the human representative of the goddess is taken in the traditional way from Rampur to Pooja Dunguri in a night-long celebration.

          Rampur is famous for the weekly Tuesday market. The market is more famous as a cattle market in Odisha and Chhatishgarh aswell.

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No New Posts   PRAJAMANDAL MOVEMENT IN THE EX-GARJAT STATE OF SONEPUR

February 1, 2013

The movement called “Praja Mandal” or State Peoples’ Conference gained momentum during 1937-38 in different princely state of Odisha such as Nilgiri, Talcher, Dhenkanal, Pallahara, Rampur, Gangpur etc. against the autocratic rule of the British supported feudatory rulers. While Baji Rout, the boy activist was Shot dead by the British force at Dhenkanal, the Praja Mandal activists killed political agent major bazelgatte, by ferocious beating at Rampur. In Gangpur 23 Munda Tribals fell to police firing.

 

Praja Mandal movement in Sonepur was suppressed by the autocratic ruler Sudhansu Sekhar Singh Deo by expelling leader like Gouri Shankar Rajguru, Mangulu Padhan, Ranjan Gauntia, Girdhari Barai, Chandra Sekhar Panigrahi, Upendramani Baboo, Chaturbhuja Mishra, Dashrathi Prasad Ratha, Mohan Mishra, Ramchandra Satpathy etc. On 12th Dec 1938, those leaders were called open by Laxman Satpathy to meet at Brahman Turum Village to formally constitute the Sonepur State Peoples’ conference or Praja Mandal. The meeting hosted by the village gountiya Dolamani Dash. Bhimsen Bhoi from Ainlamunda played promiment role in this organization. Pitambara Bhoi from the same village was his loyal follower and activist. Likewise Banchhabata Pujari from Rampur actively participated in the movement. Bhimsen Bhoi and Banchhabata pujari were sentenced to imprisonment and put in the jail. Laxman Satpathy along with his co-activist Like Dhanamanta Mallik, Ramchandra Satpathy, Chaturbhuja Mishra, Dasharathy Prasad Ratha, Nandalal Sethi, Mohan Mishra and Satyananda Hota etc. also suffered jail terms under the Defense of India act 1939.

                                                                                                                           Rameswar Naik, Reader in History

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No New Posts   ROCK ART

December 6, 2012

Putlalekha is a typical Sambalpuri (kosli) term which can be rendered as “pictowritting ” (Putla meaning idol or picture and lekha meaning writing).

Here it means the paintings which feature in a natural rock shelter named Usha Kuthi (21 degree 02’ 90” north & 83 degree 41’ 98” east) in the Pujadunguri complex. While Usha Kuthi is located in the forest village Chanabeda under Tangarkarle panchayat, Pujadunguri is situated on the border of the tahasils of Binka and Rampur in the district of Subarnapur. This place is approachable from Rampur (7 k.ms to the south east) and from Dunguripali (20 kms to the north east).


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