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see OriyaOriya
or Odia
, language belonging to the Indic group of the Indo-Iranian subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. See Indo-Iranian.
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A highlight this year was the performance by Odia legend Dr Ileana Citaristi, an Italy-born Odissi dancer.
Eminent film actor and NCP MLA Prashant Nanda who had worked with him in several pictures said it was a great loss to Odia Cinema.
The audience was treated to a typical traditional Odia breakfast as well as lunch prepared by cooks that were also specially flown from Odisha for the event.
FOR Odia tattoo artist, Om Acharya, who survived the deadly earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25, the horror of buildings crashing all around him will remain seared in his memory.
The photograph that accompanies this story, showing Frantz Dorsainvil and Churchill Odia balancing a globe, was taken in October, intended for an early feature on the foreign-born seniors on the Oregon men's basketball team.