Kalam urges students to set their goal

Kalam urges students to set their goal

The purpose of education is to make good human beings with skill and expertise... Enlightened human beings can be created by teachers, Kalam said at the 150th anniversary function of Chandrasekhar Behera Zila School here.

Samleswari Mandir

Samleswari Mandir

Samaleswari Temple is a Hindu temple in Sambalpur, Western Orissa, India dedicated to the goddess known as MAA, also known among the natives as samalei maa, meaning Mother Samaleswari.

Hirakud Dam

Hirakud Dam

Hirakud Dam is built across the Mahanadi River, about 15 km from Sambalpur.

Karma Naach: Sambalpuri Folk Dance

Karma Naach: Sambalpuri Folk Dance

This pastoral Sambalpuri folk dance is performed during the worship of the god or goddess of fate

gudguda

gudguda

This is one of the small but beautiful waterfalls of Sambalpur district, Orissa. It sprinkles out from the Gudguda mountain

Though Dusserah is the occasion of Dalkhai the most popular folk-dance of western Orissa, its performance is very common on all other festivals such as Bhaijauntia, Phangun Puni, Nuakhai etc.

The Leaning temple of Huma located about 25 km from Sambalpur. The Leaning Tower of Pisa is a well-known structure the world over.

 

Din Gani Gani

Sambalpuri Folk Song ‘Din Gani Gani’
Sung by Jitendriya Haripal(1979)
Lyrics : Ramesh Chandra Mahananda
Music : Prabhu Dutta Pradhan

Haye krushna haye krushna boli jau mor jivana

Sambalpuri Folk Song….’Haye Krushna Haye Krushna…’
Sambalpuri Folk Song….’Hai Krushna Hai Krushna…’

 

Sung by Jitendriya Haripal(1979)
Lyrics : Binod Kumar Pasayat
Music : Prabhu Dutta Pradhan

Mahula Jhare re Barasila Pani

Sambalpuri Song: Mahula Jhare re Barasila Pani

Sung by Jitendra Haripal in the event of Nuakhai Bhetghaat 2005 at MCL, Sambalpur

Death rises 24 in Sambalpur

A total of 24 persons have died due to jaundice and 2,808 afflicted by this water-borne disease in Sambalpur town and its adjoining places in recent days, said the government affidavits filed in Orissa High Court on Wednesday.

In response to an earlier High Court notice, the State Public Health Department, Sambalpur district administration and the local civic body filed separate affidavits. The notices were issued to the respondents on a PIL filed by a Sambalpur-based social activist Shyamakanta Bisi, who is seeking adequate compensation to the victims’ kin and a direction to the government to take measures to check the spread of the disease.

When the petitioner’s advocate Bijay Kumar Ragad sought time to file rejoinders to the counter affidavits, the Division Bench headed by Chief Justice Amitava Roy posted the matter to be heard again after two weeks.

All the three respondents in their affidavits claimed that the State Government has taken adequate measures to check the spread of the disease and jaundice in Sambalpur district is now under control and has not spread to any new areas in recent days.

HC issues notice to govt on jaundice outbreak

The Odisha High Court Monday issued notice to the state government asking it to furnish details showing as to what steps have been taken in due course to check the jaundice menace in Sambalpur district.

Taking up a PIL in this regard, a division bench headed by Chief Justice Amitava Roy issued the notice asking the government to file its reply in form of a counter affidavit within ten days.

At least 17 persons have died due to jaundice in recent days while several others are now undergoing treatment in Sambalpur town and its adjoining places when the water-borne disease assumed epidemic proportion triggering a hue and cry in the state.

A Sambalpur-based social activist Shyamakanta Bisi last month had approached the High Court through his advocate Gangadhar Samal seeking adequate compensation to the victim’s kin and a direction to the government to take measures to check the menace.

Seeking a detailed action taken report within ten days, the High Court has fixed January 21 for next hearing of the matter, said Samal.