1. a member of a people in India living in Orissa and neighboring areas
  2. a Magadhan language that is spoken by the Oriya and is the official language of the Indian state of Orissa
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  • I don't think she is not well versed in Oriya, at least she never appealed for support in Oriya. Sayantani Das - Voice of Orissa
  • Some ragas such as Darbari-kanhara, Khamaj and Pooriya are strongly recommended for defusing tension in mind, particularly in case of hysterics.
  • The existence of palm leaf libraries lends credence to the proletariat nature of ancient Oriya literature.
  • The Koriyama museum hopes to strengthen cultural relations between the two countries by organising exhibitions relating to Britain.
  • From "Maa Gojabayani" to "Kathantara", Anu has taken a big leap forward to make his presence felt in Oriya household. Archive 2007-12-01
  • The handlooms include the usual dress material of Oriya cottons, some light, airy Maheswari cottons, skirts and sarees.
  • The beauty with a brain, has successfully established herself not only in Oriya Fim Industry, but also in the heart of Oriya people. posted by 24/7 News Network @ 12: 22 PM Archive 2007-12-01
  • Sayantani is born to Bengali parents, but she is well versed in Oriya language. Archive 2008-08-01
  • Indian English, with its fascination for the polysyllable and the poetic, has a special flavor of its own as it is concocted through the transcreation of a thought process forged originally in Oriya, or Telugu, etc. Archive 2008-02-01
  • She is no doubt a most talented female writers not only in Oriya but in all Indian Literature. Dr. Sarojini Sahoo - A Contemporary Writer from Orissa
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