Culture

Odisha has a rich cultural heritage which includes colorful festivals, family moral values, dynamic architectures, innovative painting.

Raja Festival

Raja Festival

The most important festival of Odisha, Raja is generally associated with the farmers and is celebrated during the onset of monsoons.Also known as Mithuna Sankranti, Raja falls on the first day of the month of Asadha (June-July) from which the rainy season starts, thus moistening the summer parched soil and making it ready for productivity.Though […]

Samba Dashami: Wellbeing festival

Samba Dashami: Wellbeing festival

Odisha is one of the religious states in all over India where people observed thirteen festivals in twelve months and each festival has their own significance. Festivals are observed not for the satisfaction of all the material comforts but for the sake of the unification and feeling of oneness. It is impossible to celebrate any […]

Makar Sankranti: The festival of harvest

Makar Sankranti: The festival of harvest

Makar Sankranti is one of significant festival celebrated by the people of Odisha with lots of enthusiasm and chaos. It is popularly known as festival of harvesting which bring happiness in the face of each and every farmer and as a symbol of devotion they offer the first rice to their deities in the form […]

Nabakalebar Festival 2015

Nabakalebar Festival 2015

Nabakalebar Festival 2015 Puri Get The opportunity To See Changing Idols of Puri Temple Nabakalebar is all about transformation of Puri temple, Odisha lords into the new body. The new wooden idols of Lord Jagannath, Load Balabhadra, Goddess Subhadra and Sudarshan are welcoming to the temple with great celebration and it is a great occasion […]

AEKALAVYA season 7

AEKALAVYA season 7

Cordially invite you to the annual festival of Lasyakala Dance AEKALAVYA season 7 2015 on 30th of march at 6.30pm in the evening. Please grace the occasion and witness the award ceremony scintillating performances by the young budding talents. Your presence is highly solicited. Regards, saswat joshi founder lasyakala dance vision And- OdishaBuzz.Com Family

Origin of Lord Jagannath

Origin of Lord Jagannath

The first history of the appearance of Lord Jagannatha is given in the Skanda Purana, as well as in the Padma Purana, the Purusottama-mahatmya, and The Diary of Jagannatha. The particular version presented here is from the Skanda Purana and the Purusottama-mahatmya. There are minor differences in the versions from the other scriptures, but the […]