World religions and religious philosophies find their essential features reflected in Lord Jagannath. His Mundane sport in the guise of a human being has brought the mankind together. Devout poets of Odisha have eloquently eulogized him over a period of five centuries. Spontaneous devotional strain, ecstatic outpouring of their hearts and complete surrender as depicted in their writings/poems have made Odia singers adorable and captivating. Melodious cadence of their gifted voice is creating spiritual ripples among innumerable devotrees even today. These voices which in the past rendered a unique magical effect on the devotees in Odisha were almost lost in oblivion. The Akashvani Archives has made arduous effort to retrieve and enliven them in the minds of thousands of listeners.Bhubaneswari Mishra 1. Dukhanaasana He Banamali 401 2. Anaatha Naathanku Hrudananda Das 416Dhananjaya Satpathy 3. Mana Kahaire Traditional 425Indrani Mishra 4. Aahe Prabhu Kalaa Srimukha Jadumani 401 5 Aahe Prabhu Kalaa Srimukha Banamali 357Dhananjaya Satpathy 6. Dinabaandhaba He Hari Benudhar 432Gita Pattanaik 7. Hari Sarigali Benudhar 415 8. Jagabandhu Pari Jane Saamanta Dinakrushna 429Chittaranjan Jena 9. Aahe Chakaa Aakhi Artta Das 411Trupti Das 10. Jagate Jagabandhu Arakhita Das 358 11. Paahilaaka Nisi Dinakrushna 419Chittaranjan Jena 12. Chhaada Maadakhiaa Buddhi He Baishnab Pani 422Sudha Mishra 13. Saburi Sabu Achhi Raghu Arakhita 433 14. Tumbha Sunibaaku Nityananda 323
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