Odia literature is vast and spreads across many centuries. This app targets to cater this knowledge in a mobile form. All publications shown here are for free to use.
The material presented here have been generated primarily by Srujanika. This work was started in 2004 under a special effort called Project Rebati which aimed to 1. develop and strengthen Odia language computing resources, and 2. to preserve printed material relating to Odisha and Odia language through digitization and to make these easily available. The first output from the digitization work was the digital version of the Purnachandra Odia Bhasakosha (2006). This was followed by other digital compilations like the Collection of Odia Dictionaries, 1811-1942 (2008), Odia Periodicals, 1856-1950 (2012) and the collected works of many individual writers.
We sincerely thank Mr. Nikhil Mohan Pattnaik of https://odiabibhaba.in who has kindly allowed us to use the media and distribute it to general public for use.
We continuously add new publications as and when we get them and upload them to the repository.