Recent advances on Kosli language

July 31, 2011 at 11:20 am 2 comments

The Kosli language is spoken in ten districts and Athmallik subdivision of western Orissa. In addition a large population of Raipur, Mahasamund and Raigarh districts of Chhattisgarh state speak Kosli language as their mother tongue.

A large number of books and magazines  are published in Kosli language. Kosli songs and dances are popular across the world. Apart from this Kosli drama festivals are regularly organized in various places of western Orissa.

There was discussion in the Indian parliament to include the Kosli language in the 8th Schedule of the Indian constitution. Some of the reports are here:

Kosli language waits for govt’s nod for inclusion in the Indian constitution

Parliament debates on Kosli language

Recently, various e-forums have debated the use of Kosli language as a medium of instruction in the school. In addition, many also supported the inclusion of Kosli language in the 8th Schedule of the Indian constitution. Here are the links to some of the discussion happened in media, e-forums and Facebook:

● The Sambad (Odia daily) on our discussion of Kosli language

● Responses to the article entitled ‘Matrubhasha O Maanak Bhasha’ by Debi Prasanna Patnaik published in the ‘Sambad’ on 22nd July 2011 (Part I)

● Responses to the article entitled ‘Matrubhasha O Maanak Bhasha’ by Debi Prasanna Patnaik   published in the ‘Sambad’ on 22nd July 2011 (Part II)

Dr Arjun Purohit’s response to Debi babu’s article on Kosli language

Kosli language should be a subject and the medium of instruction in primary classes : Dr. Mahendra Kumar Mishra

Depending on the users and regions following terms are used as a synonym to Kosli language. Following are some of the terms:

● Koshali language/Kosali language

● Samalpuri-Koshali language/Samalpuri-Kosli language

● Sambalpuri-Koshali or Sambalpuri-Kosli language

PS: If you have any suggestions please contact me on this email ID: sanjibkarmee@gmail.com

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Entry filed under: Athmallik, Balangir, Bargarh, Books, Boudh, Deogarh, Dictionary, Grammer, Jharsuguda, Kalahandi, Kosli language and literature, Kosli Song, Language, Magazine & Periodicals, Nuapada, Poems, Region watch, Sambalpur, Subarnapur, Sundergarh.

A complete list of Kosli language magazines Mother tongue based multilingual education: Kosli language as a medium of instruction in the schools of western Odisha

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