Archaeology of Odisha and Paramananda Acharya
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Title: Archaeology of Odisha and Paramananda Acharya
Author: Dr.Jayanti Rath
Pages etc.: 187p,Crown
Padmashree Paramananda Acharya, a passionate archeologist was the first Indian scholar who brought Odisha into the pre-historic archacological map of the world through his in depth study of teh culture of Mayurbhanj.
He has earned accolades for his works of restoration and reconstruction of the temples at Khiching (Mayurbhanj, Odisha), specifically the Chandra Sekhar temple, which was dismantled and restored from bottom to the top.
He has shown interest also to find out the socio-cultural history of the Odia people.
Paramananda was a great organizer of Museums. He developed the Odisha Stote Museum at Bhubaneswar from its infant state.
Dr. Jayanti Rath obtained her master's degree in History (1981), M. Phil and P.hd from Utkal University, Bhubaneswar. She is a connoisseur of art and also a noted literary personality of the State of Odisha.
At present, She is holding the post of Superintendent, Odisha State Museum and Secretary, Odisha Sahitya Akademi. She is not only a capable administrator but also a sedulous researcher. A number of articles written by her have been published in different Journal both in India and abroad. She has represented the country in a SAARC conference at Srilanka in 2015. She has received a number of prestigious awards for her literary contributions including the State Sahitya Akademi Award in 1995.
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