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Purnnacandra Odia Bhashakosha
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Praharaj, G.C. Purnnacandra Odia Bhashakosha. Cuttack: Utkal Sahitya Press, 1931-1940.
Purnnacandra Odia Bhashakosha  includes Oriya, Bengali, Devanagari, and roman alphabets. In order to display the non-roman characters a Unicode font must be installed. Information and instructions are available on the Font help page.
Data for this dictionary was most recently updated in April 2012.
Digital images of pages from the dictionary were provided by Srujanika, a society for research and innovation on science, education and development. Srujanika distributes a CD-ROM titled E-Bhashakosh containing those page images.

This dictionary is funded in part by the U.S. Department of Education.

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