Sitala Sasthi, the divine wedlock

Published on 7 Jun 2019 in OrissaPOST One of the most fascinating poems in Odia is the 14th-century ‘Kalasa Chautisa’ of Bachha Dasa. Among the oldest extant texts in the language, it presents a farcical picture of the wedding of Shiva and Parvati. Minutes before Parvati’s wedding, her friends come rushing to her chamber — their […]

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Book 1 : Alphabet

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