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Sanjeev Sanyal 4 Nov 17
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This is why Kartik Purnima coincides with a fair in Cuttack called which literally means the voyage to Bali 4/n
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Sanjeev Sanyal 4 Nov 17
Today is Kartik Purnima, when Odisha celebrates its ancient maritime history by putting paper boats in waterbodies 1/n
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Odisha Tourism 20 Nov 18
Odisha celebrates as a symbolic commemoration of ancient farewell to sailors by their families. Bali Jatra (yatra) today is a customary ritual followed by week-long carnival of commerce, culture & celebration Read along the shreds of time
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Baijayant Jay Panda 3 Nov 17
On auspicious & associated & , good wishes to all! More onKalinga history:
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JN Pankaj Nov 13
Keling/ Kling word still used in south-east Asia for people of Indian origin especially in Indonesia, Malaysia...such rich/vibrant maritime presence we had in ancient time...this connection deserves festival like and more to rejuvenate the old bonding
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Arabinda K Padhee Nov 17
Kudos to you and team! This’s an excellently crafted episode. I was there in Bali last month and could feel the linkage intensely. The Balinese ‘geringsing’ handwoven textiles are similar to our ikat (bandha) designs. This is one of the fabrics that we brought home. 👇🏻
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Partha 17 Oct 17
Mandatory signage in stalls this yr.All Signboards of shops & business of must b in Odia-
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Prasanna Viswanathan 22 Nov 18
Bali Jatra: Celebration Of An Ancient Voyage. On Kartik Purnima, Cuttack begins its week-long celebration of Bali Jatra - a celebration of phenomenal maritime history. via
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Odisha Tourism 26 Nov 18
At the banks of Chitrotola , traditional boat race commenced on 25th November. Beauty of village life, boat racing thrill, vibrant vibes of the local culture & the are abiding takeaway. Read what we’ve experienced
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IndonesianEmbassy ND 22 Nov 18
Today is auspicious day, where thousands Odishan thronged to Mahanadi River in Cuttack , floating their miniature boats. This ritual called 'Boita Bandana' to commemorate the historical journey of their ancestor to Bali, Java & Sumatra.
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Arun Bothra Nov 2
It was a privilege to express gratitude to hon’ble Chief Justice, Odisha for leading a cycle rally in Cuttack today morning with a message of pollution free . fleet of was part of the event.
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CMO Odisha Nov 13
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CM wrote that is an ancient festival held in Cuttack to commemorate the glorious seafaring tradition of Odia sailors. CM said that according it ‘National Maritime Heritage Festival’ status will be a befitting tribute to the maritime heritage of the state.
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Odisha Police Nov 19
Sri BK Sharma, DGP, Odisha doing ARATI on the banks of River Mahanadi at Cuttack during the iconic festival. Collector Cuttack and other dignitaries were present.
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Odisha Police Nov 19
Personnel of State Police Hdqrs., Cuttack helped children of ADRUTA HOME visit festival. They also arranged entertainment and food for them in the festival ground.
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ଗାଆଁ ମାଷ୍ଟ୍ରେ 1 Dec 18
The through my lense. Celebration of Unfading colours of life and the unmatched spirit of time. The beholds the glory of the time forgotten.
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Invest Odisha 22 Nov 18
Celebrated to commemorate the state's glorious history of ancient commercial voyages to the islands of Bali, Java and Sumatra in Southeast Asia by Odia traders, stands for growth, progress and development in .
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Hemanta Pradhan Nov 19
Visited at Cuttack for the first time. Some photos from the fair.
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Shrinivas Tilak 23 Nov 18
The longstanding trade relationship with the island countries of SE Asia is recognized through the annual weeklong Boat festival of (journey to Bali) from ports in Odisha (Utkal, Kalinga).Small boats made of paper or banana trunk are floated in rivers & water bodies.
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Sudarsan Pattnaik Nov 11
Celebrate Odisha’s rich maritime history with & . My SandArt at Bhubaneswar airport.
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Biswa 10 Mar 18
Super Maritime of & why we should be proud of our ancestors... by Naman Chakraborty
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