ODISHA VIRUS COUNT CROSSES 45K MARK  ODISHA CONFIRMS 45,927 COVID-19 POSITIVE  RECORD 1734 NEW COVID CASES DETECTED IN 29 DISTRICTS  KHORDA TOPS IN LIST WITH 342 CASES   FOLLOWED BY GANJAM 222 CUTTACK 177 SUNDARGARH 126 NAYAGARH 106  

Minister Unveils Lock Down

The maritime Gallery will provide lot of information to students, scholars and enthusiastic people which is first of its kind in the state, said  Jyotiprakash Panigrahi, Minister, Tourism, Odia Language, Literature and Culture.

While unveiling the newly constructed Maritime Heritage Gallery today on virtual mode at Sanskruti Bhawan, this Gallery is equipped with rare photographs, art and artefacts, antiquities, ports, port sites, ancient currencies, sea routes, ships, sea vessels etc.
 
Principal Secretary , Manoranjan Panigrahi, Director Culture,  Bijay Kumar Nayak, Secretary Odishan Institute of Maritime and South East Asian studies , Sunil Kumar Pattanaik were present in the program.
 
Sri Panigrahi highly exhorted the glorious maritime heritage of Odisha, specially adding feather in South-East Asian economic scenario.
 
A small booklet 'The Intimate Encounters: Early Odisha and South East Asia' prepared by the Institute was unveiled by the Minister along with another Odia Book 'Lock Down' written by  Manoranjan Panigrahi.
 
 The new Gallery will be kept open for public once the pandemic situation returns to normalcy.


eXTReMe Tracker