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1. Nature Talk
2. Festival of The Parjas
3. The Origin of Manikeswari
4. Ram Singh Urveti: A profile of an Artist
5. Marriage Customs among The Oraons
6. Shifting Cultivation by the Juangs of Orissa
7. Perspectives of Religious Syncretism in India

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The Origin of Manikeswari
Tripathy, Dr. Biyotkesh

 

    There was a king of Naga dynasty. This refers to the eleventh century. The king's name was Nrpati Bhusana. This Thuamul Rampur was not his fort. It was at Thuamul, 15 kms from here, where River Indrabati takes her origin. That place is the original seat, the Adi Pitha, of Manikeswari. That is Thuamul. This is Rampur. In the past a king called Ramachandra Deb ruled here, of the Naga dynasty. What Ramachandra Deb did was, he saw that Thuamul was surrounded by jungle and it was difficult to go there since one had to go through that dense forest, difficult to traverse. So he shifted Manikeswari to Rampur. After she was installed here it came to be known as Thuamul Rampur......... more

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Vol-1 Issue-7
1. Nature Talk
2. Festival of The Parjas
3. The Origin of Manikeswari
4. Ram Singh Urveti: A profile of an Artist
5. Marriage Customs among The Oraons
6. Shifting Cultivation by the Juangs of Orissa
7. Perspectives of Religious Syncretism in India

 

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