Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Raibania - Hatigarh - Baleswar - Odisha - 756033 - India.


KALYAN KUMAR MAHATA The true appellation of Apu. A Creative Commons license.

Raibania - Hatigarh are two twin village. The name of the village is changed what was the name in old days. Sankhabhanga or Sardarband, Subarnarekha river and the Bay of Bengal are closely associated to the villages located nearby. Once there was a vast area with a so called civilization related to the lost habitat of a certain clan. The famous local dialect "fi-fu..  fi-su.." is common identity of the Roop Nagar of India where many story tellers would travel frequently to compose the storylines. The 'Mahatsabha' festival and prayer offering to the Basil plant on the podium (Tulsi Mancha) are important features in the very name of the place.




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