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Oriya

Official language in: India

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Essays on linguistics and folkloristics: An assessment of the works of Pandit Nilakantha Das in Oriya

Adhunika Odia kabita paricarcca =: A criticism on modern Oriya poetry by Satrghna Pandaba

Into another intensity: Essays on Oriya literature by Jatindra Mohan Mohanty

Historical Oriya morphology (Bharata Manisha Research series) by Haripriya Misra

A comparative grammar of the modern Aryan languages of India: To wit, Hindi, Panjabi, Sindhi, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, and Bangali by John Beames

An approach to Oriya literature: An historical study (Orissa research project) by Janaki Ballabha Mohanty

Rabindranatha o purbancaliya cara bhashara chanda: Adhunika Bamla-Asamiya-Oriya, o Hindi chandera tulanatmaka alocana by Ramabahala Teoyari

Phonemic and morphophonemic frequency count in Oriya (CIIL silver jubilee publication series) by Ashok Ramchandra Kelkar

The new dictionary (English-Oriya-English) by Satrughna Nath

A controlled historical reconstruction of Oriya, Assamese, Bengali, and Hindi, (Janua linguarum. Series practica) by Debi Prasanna Pattanayak

Concise English-English-Oriya dictionary;: With appendices, abbreviations, economic terminology, supplement & constitutional terms, etc by Ramachandra Acharya

The evolution of Oriya language and script by Kuñjabihārī Tripāṭhī

A study of Oriya folk-ballads by Syamasundara Mahapatra

Oriya in small bites: A self-study language guide by Niels Erik Wegge

Hindi and Oriya vocables by Appanna Pradhana