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Mughal tamasha (insolvent specimen of folk theater at bhadrak district, odisha)

Author: 
Dr. Umesh Chandra Nayak
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

Bhadrak, a north-eastern district of Odisha, is situated between 20 43 and 21°59′ north latitude and between 86°16' and 87°29' east longitude. It contains an area of 6394sq kms. (According to the Surveyor-General of India) and a population of 2,253,090 persons (provisional figures) as ascertained by the Census of 1981. The density of population in 1981 per square kilometer is 357 persons.Bhadrak sub-division of the undivided Balasore district became a new district on the first April, 1993 (vide Govt. in Revenue Department Notification number DRC-44/93, 14218/R dtd the 27 March, 1993). It is one of the northern districts of Odisha lying to the east of the Indian sub-continent. Its geographical coordinates are 20’44” and 21’ 15” Northern Latitudes and 86’ 16” and 86’ 58” Eastern Longitudes. The district is surrounded by Balasore district in the north, Jajpur and the river Baitarani in the south, Keonjhar district in the west and the Bay of Bengal and Kendrapada district in the east. The area of this district is 2505 sq.km with a population 15, 06,522 as per the figure of the 2011 census. It is a level track of alluvial soil with gradual slope eastwards to the Bay of Bengal. The Salandi, the Baitarani, the Kanshbansha , the Gumati , the Mantei, the Genguti ,the Kochila, the Reba and the Kapali river & flow through and around the district. The East Coast Railway runs through the headquarters making the place a big trade Centre from a long time ago. The place has a long cultural heritage which has been duly recognized by eminent historians. Contribution of Bhadrak to the literary heritage of Odisha is vast and varied, unique and immense. From the hoary past, the district of Balasore and Bhadrak has been a meeting place of divergent-cultures and communities. The picturesque landscape, hemmed by the blue sea in the East, bounties of nature with a range of mountains at the West line, rich treasure of flora and fauna and cosmopolitan cultural tradition have made the district, an emotional ground for literary exuberance. Its saints and scholars, poets and patriots, prose writers and playwrights, journalists and novelists have contributed proficiently to the literature of Odisha through ages. It is very much true that many a literary lights hailed from the district of Balasore, Bhadrak and enriched Odia literature-but to localize the persons of these creative writers, who belong to all times and climes, is a delicate issue and moreover, it is detrimental to the literary ethics. But, each 'culture unit' of our community life, with its own distinct features contributes more or less to the main stream of national life. Proper historical study of the contributions of these "culture units" from a true perspective becomes, therefore, indispensable for national interest. So to have a close look of the literary history of a "culture unit'' or a region is not unwarranted. The literary history of Balasore and Bhadrak before the 14th century, the probable period of Sridhar Swami, the saint-scholar of Remuna remains shrouded in obscurity. Even after the 14th Century, we come across very meagre manuscripts. But with Dinakrushna, the literary history of Bhadrak emerges into a clear height.

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