Oriya



ETHNONYMS: Odia, Odiya; adjective: Odissi, Orissi (Orissan in English)


Bibliography

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Ganguly, Mano Mohan (1912). Brissa and Her Remains Ancient and Mediaeval (District Puri), Calcutta: Thacker, Spink & Co.; London: W. Thacker & Co.


Mahapatra, L. K. (1987). "Mayurbhanj, Keonjhar, and Bonai Ex-Princely States of Orissa." In Tribal Polities and Pre~ Colonial State Systems in Eastern and Northeastern India, edited by Surajit Sinha. Calcutta: K. P. Bagchi.


Marglin, Frédérique Apffel (1985). Wives of the God-King: The Rituals of the Devadasis of Puri. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.


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