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Oriya Translation

  Oriya (ଓଡ଼ିଆ) is one of the Indian languages mainly spoken in the Indian state of Orissa. The language is also an official language of India.

Oriya is an Eastern Indo-Aryan language belonging to the Indo-Aryan language family. It is thought to be directly descended from the Prakrit known as Purva Magadhi that was spoken in eastern India over 1,500 years ago. It bears a very strong resemblance to the modern languages Bangla (Bengali), Maithili, and Ôxômiya (Assamese). Of all the languages spoken in northern India, Oriya appears to be the least influenced by Persian language.

       
Outside Orissa, there are also significant Oriya-speaking populations in other linguistic regions, such as the Midnapore District of West Bengal, the Seraikela Kharsawan district of Jharkhand, the Srikakulam District of Andhra Pradesh and Bastar district of Chhatisgarh province. Due to the increasing migration of labour, the west Indian state of Gujarat also has a significant Oriya speaking population with Surat being the second largest Oriya speaking city in India.

The Oriya, classically called the Ures are an ethnic group of eastern India and of eastern Indo-Aryan stock. They are found primarily in the coastal province of Orissa, with minority populations in Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal. The Oriya people are known for their history of Sun worship, and Orissa is home to some of the oldest Sun temples in India, including Konark. They can trace their history to the early Indo-Aryan Kalingas, who built a mighty eastern coastal empire here that was later absorbed into the Mauryan Empire. There are also descendants of the Dravidian peoples, now found chiefly in South India, and the early Austro-Asiatic peoples, whose tribal descendants still live in large numbers in Orissa.





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