Kosala
Kosala (Sanskrit: कोसल) was an ancient Indian kingdom, corresponding roughly in area with the region of Awadh in present day Uttar Pradesh. It emerged as a small state during the late Vedic period...
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Kosala Kingdom
Kosala Proper or Uttara Kosala is the kingdom of the celebrated personality of Treta Yuga, Raghava Rama. Ayodhya was its capital, presently in Faizabad district, Uttar Pradesh. Rama's sons Lava and Ku...
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Kosli language
Kosli (Sanskrit: कोसली भाषा; Oriya: କୋଶଳୀ ଭାଷା Koshali), also known as Sambalpuri, is the Indo-Aryan language of Western Odisha. It is recognized as a distinct language.Sambalpuri is comprehe...
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Samaleswari
Maa Samlesiri is the presiding deity of Sambalpur and is a strong religious force in western part of Odisha and Chhattisgarh state of India. Maa Samlesiri is known as the symbol of "Samalpuri" culture...
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Western Odisha Development Council–sponsored medical colleges
The Western Odisha Development Council sponsors upcoming medical colleges (also called WODC Medical Colleges) in Balangir, Kalahandi and Sundergarh district of Western Odisha. These medical colleges a...
Sonepuri Sari
Sonepuri Sari or Bomkai Sari is produced by the “Bhulia” community of Subarnapur district of Orissa, India. In particular, the famous sari designs Bomkai are the traditional designs that was produced ...
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Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Rourkela
Chinmaya Vidyalaya (Hindi: चिन्मय विद्यालय, रौर्केला) is located in Chennd, Rourkela of Odisha, India. The school was established in 1992 with the contribution of Central Chinmaya Mission Trust, R...
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Subalaya High School, Subalaya
Subalaya High School is located at Subalaya in the Birmaharajpur subdivision, Odisha, India. It is a govt. high school.
Kosaleswara temple
Kosalesvara temple or Kosaleswara temple located at Baidyanatha of Subarnapur district, Odisha, India. In the balcony of the brick-built jagamohana hall of this temple a peculiar Kirtimukha head is ca...
St. Joseph's Convent Higher Secondary School, Sambalpur

The School was founded at Sakhipada in Sambalpur, Odisha by the Sisters of Saint Joseph's, Chambéry, India along with the late Mr Banmali Babu, an eminent social activist in Western Odisha during...
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Jitamitra Prasad Singh Deo
Jitamitra Prasad Singh Deo (born 29 August 1946) is an Indian historian and archaeologist. He is from Khariar, Kalahandi, Orissa, India. He is the president of Khariar Sahitya Samiti. He is a famous a...
Mahima Dharma
The Mahima Dharma (full name Satya Mahima Alekha Dharma or Satya Sanatan Mahima Dharma, "the true path of indescribable grace") is a socio-religious monotheistic practice primarily prevalent in Odisha...
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Western Odisha Development Council
Western Orissa Development Council (WODC) is an administrative set-up established by the government of Orissa. This council was particularly established to bring development in the backward western Or...
Kosalar
Kosalar or Kasalar or Kyosalar may refer to:
Historic sites in Orissa
This article lists monuments and sites of historic importance in Odisha.
Kosli language movement
The Kosli language movement has been campaigning for recognition for the Kosli language. This movement is going on from last five decades in the districts of Western Odisha or Kosal. Persons like Pray...
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Sasisena Temple
Sasisena Temple or Nimunhi Temple (Temple with no entrance and exit) is found in Sonepur city of Subarnapur district, Odisha, India. The Sasisena Kavya written by Pratap Rai a well-known poet of 17th ...
Kaikeyi
Kaikeyi (Sanskrit: कैकेयी, Kaikeyī, Indonesian: Kekayi, Burmese: Kaike, Malay: Kekayi, Thai: Kaiyakesi, Khmer: កៃកេសី), in the Hindu epic Rāmāyaṇa, was one of King Daśaratha's three wives and a queen ...
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