Books on the history and culture of South Koshal

November 15, 2009 at 3:38 pm 2 comments

Following are some of the books about history of  Dakhin Koshal. This list is taken from

  • Cultural profile of South Kosala from early period till the rise of the Nagas and the Chauhans in 14th century A.D. Delhi: Gian Publishing House, 1987. Author: Jitamitra Prasad Singh Deo


The above cover picture is taken from google book site.

  • Political history of the Somavamsi kings of South Kosala and Orissa. New Delhi: Oriental Publishers, 1978.Author: S.R. Nema
  • Comprehensive history of Orissa: Dakshina Kosala under the Sarabhapuriyas. Calcutta: Punthi Pustak, 1985. Author: S.P.Tiwari


Dear Readers,

This list is not complete. If you know about some books or you have a book about South Kosala. Please leave a comment here. You can also send me the cover pictures of the books.


Entry filed under: Archaeological findings, Books, History of Koshal, Naga Culture.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Tapas Sarangi  |  November 15, 2009 at 5:53 pm

    Dear Sanjib Babu,
    About the book on South Kosal. There is one book entitled “WEST ORISSA: PAST and PRESENT” recently published by WODC (Western Orissa Development Council) & Edited by Prof. G.P. Guru. This book covers Agriculture, Mining, Forest, Culture, History, Temple etc.
    I have also written one chapter on Forest & Livelihood of Western Orissa.

    I hope this may provide a insight on different problems relating to Western Orissa.

    I will send you a scan copy of the cover page and contents of the book.



    • 2. sanjibkarmee  |  November 15, 2009 at 5:56 pm

      Tapas Babu,
      Please do send a scanned copy of the front and back side of cover page.


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