Who is the Father of Odia Nationalism?
Fakir Mohan Senapati is known as the father of Odia Nationalism.
Here are some quick facts about Fakir Mohan Senapati:
|Birth||13 January 1843|
|Death||14 June 1918|
|Occupation||Novelist, Short story, Writer, Poet, Philosopher and Social reformer|
|Notable works||Rebati, Six Acres and a Third, Utkala Bhramanam, Aatma Jibana Charita|
|Birth Place||Mallikashpur, Balasore|
Fakir Mohan Senapati — Father of Odia Nationalism
Fakir Mohan Senapati is the father of Odia nationalism. He was a writer, poet, political thinker and a leading member of the Brahmo Samaj movement. He was also an active participant in the first political agitation for Indian independence in 1857.
Senapati is known for his writings in Odia language which include poems, ballads and stories.
He is also remembered for his contributions to Odia literature as a pioneer who initiated the use of native vocabulary instead of Sanskrit words to write literature in Odia language.
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