From mastering language to nurturing base, non-Odia bahus make an impact on ‘adopted’ state’s politics
| Thursday | 28th March, 2019
“While Aparajita served in Odisha, Pratyusha and Sangeeta were married into families that had a strong political base in the state.
People of the erstwhile princely states are traditionally and emotionally attached to the families of their former rulers,” he explained.
Bhubaneswar: They came as strangers to the state, set up home in a land far away from their place of birth and won hearts.
“My karmabhoomi has become my janmabhoomi,” added the daughter of an English professor and a teacher of the same subject in Bhagalpur.
Now, I am more Odia than an Odia,” said Aparajita, who devours Odia books.
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