Odia to Maithili Translation


Common Phrases From Odia to Maithili

ଧନ୍ୟବାଦअहां कें धन्यवाद
ଦୟାକରି |कृपया
ଦୁ Sorry ଖିତमाफ क दिय
କେମିତି ଅଛନ୍ତି, କେମିତି ଅଛ?अहांक कोना छी?
କ୍ଷମା କରନ୍ତୁक्षमा करु
ମୁଁ ଜାଣି ନାହିଁहम नाय जानय छी
ମୁ ବୁଝିଲିहम बुझैत छी
ମୁଁ ଭାବୁଛିहमरा तऽ एना बुझाइत अछि
ବୋଧ ହୁଏसंभवतः
ପରେ ଦେଖା ହେବबाद मे भेट होएत
ଯତ୍ନ ନିଅख्याल राखू
କଣ ଚାଲିଛି?की होब करय अछि?
ଆଦ mind ଚିନ୍ତା କର ନାହିଁ |कोनो गप्प नहि
ଚାଲ ଯିବାचलू

Interesting information about Odia Language

Odia, also known as Oriya, is a language primarily spoken in the Indian state of Odisha. It belongs to the Indo-Aryan branch of languages and has over 50 million native speakers. The script used for writing Odia is called "Odia Lipi," which evolved from ancient Brahmi scripts. The history of Odia dates back to around 9th century CE when it emerged as an independent language influenced by Sanskrit. It gained recognition as one of India's classical languages in 2014 due to its rich literary heritage. Odia literature encompasses various genres like poetry, prose, novels, essays, and plays. Famed poets such as Sarala Das and Kabi Samrat Upendra Bhanja have greatly contributed towards enriching this vibrant literary tradition. Apart from being widely spoken within Odisha itself; significant communities speaking or understanding the language can be found across neighboring states like Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal too.

Know About Maithili Language

Maithili is an Indo-Aryan language spoken primarily in the Mithila region of Bihar and Nepal. It has over 35 million speakers worldwide, making it one of the major languages in India. Maithili holds a rich literary tradition with ancient texts dating back to the 12th century. The script used for writing Maithili is derived from Brahmi and resembles Devanagari or Tirhuta scripts. It shares similarities with other Eastern Indic languages like Bengali, Assamese, and Oriya but also exhibits influences from Sanskrit vocabulary. Historically marginalized by Hindi dominance during British rule, efforts have been made to revive its status as an official regional language recognized by Indian authorities since independence. Prominent figures such as Vidyapati Thakur contributed significantly towards establishing Maithili's cultural identity through their poetry and literature.

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