Category: Madhubabu – Icon of Odia Pride

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Madhubabu: The Unifier

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By Bhaskar Parichha The people of Odisha in the early part of nine­teenth century faced an unprecedented identity crisis and only a Madhusudan could have risen to the occasion. Madhusudan Das, or ‘Utkal Gaurav’ as h...

E – Edition of Book on Madhusudan Das, the pioneer of ‘Make In India’

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Bhubaneswar, 15th July, 2016 (OdishaLIVE Bureau): “Madhubabu - The Global Indian” an explicatory handbook on the life and times of Madhusudan Das, an icon of Odia pride and forger of entrepreneurship in ‘Modern Day Od...

Madhubabu: Icon of Odia Pride

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By Bhaskar Parichha To call him just an ‘icon of Odia pride’ isn’t enough. He was much more than an icon - a man of immense self-esteem. The British conquered Odisha precisely 213 years ago. But the annexation had b...

Madhubabu: The Entrepreneur

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By Bhaskar Parichha Entrepreneurship in Odisha began with Madhusudan Das. He was the pioneer in introducing the first steam factory with scientific appliances towards the end of 19th century. But the two industrial c...

Madhubabu: The Legislator

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By Bhaskar Parichha Exceptional was his vision. Madhusudan Das had a practical sense of realism and strove fearlessly against the ‘mental’ darkness of early– twentieth century Odisha. Madhubabu - the name conjures u...

Madhubabu: The Global Indian

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By Nilambar Rath Welcome to the world of Madhusudan Das, popularly known as Madhubabu by millions of Odias. Madhubabu - the icon of Odia pride was the inspiring force which unified similar psyches during the Bri...

Important Events in the life of Madhusudan Das

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CHRONOLOGY 1568: Orissa, a powerful empire (for a period of one thou-sand years) till the middle part of sixteenth century lost its independence. Being dismembered it was an annexed to the adjoining states of Bengal,...

Madhubabu: The Barrister

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By Bhaskar Parichha His insights into the occupation and immeasurable knowledge made him a legal luminary of the time. Michael Madhusudan Datta (1824-1876) was a popular 19th-century Bengali poet and dramatist. He w...