[Orissa's poetic tradition is oldest in India - Reblogged from Orissa Matters: India’s eminent poet Ashok Vajpayi lauded Oriya language as the language that bears the country’s oldest poetic tradition… as marked in the works of Adi Kavi Sarala Das.
Senapati is more idiosyncratic and original than Chatterji - Falling In Love With The Novel from The Middle Stage by Chandrahas The Telegraph of
Fakir Mohan Senapati and the Indian novel from The Middle Stage by Chandrahas] London
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- [Ashok Vajpayi lauded Oriya as the language that bears the country’s oldest poetic tradition as marked in Sarala Das.] http://orissamatters.com/2012/04/30/orissas-poetic-tradition-is-oldest-in-india/
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- 30 Apr [Fakir Mohan Senapati's Six Acres and a Third is as powerful today as it was when first published in 1902. -Chandrahas] http://middlestage.blogspot.in/2006/05/fakir-mohan-senapatis-roundabout.html