Ang Desh

अंग संस्कृति मंजूषा कला समिति आयोजित करलकै मंजूषा कार्यशाला

अंग संस्कृति मंजूषा कला समिति आयोजित करलकै मंजूषा कार्यशाला

भागलपुर । अंग संस्कृति मंजूषा कला समिति तरफऽ स॑ मंजूषा कार्यशाला आयोजित करलऽ गेलै । लगन विद्या मंदिर स्कूल परिसर म॑ मंजूषा चित्रकला के कार्यशाला के ई आयोजन शनिवार क॑ करलऽ गेलऽ रहै । अंग संस्कृति मंजूषा कला समिति तरफऽ स॑ आयोजित करलऽ गेलऽ मंजूषा कार्यशाला केरऽ संचालन मंजूषा गुरू मनोज पंडित न॑ करलकै । मंजूषा कार्यशाला म॑ अर्चना कुमारी, प्रवीण प्रकाश, काजल कुमारी, लूसी खातून आरनी भी उपस्थित रहै । संबंधित अंगिका समाचार पढ़ऽ / Read similar Angika News :अंगिका महोत्सव-२०१६, २० फरवरी क॑ करहरिया हाय इसकूल…भागलपुर-मुंबई ट्रेन मं॑ पैंट्री कार (रसोई बोगी)…सरकारी उपेक्षा केरऽ शिकार बिहार अंगिका अकादमी केरऽ…अंगिका भाषा का साहित्यिक परिदृश्यAngika Languageबिहार केरऽ प्राइमरी इसकूली मं॑ माध्यम भासा के रूप…जाह्न्वी अंगिका संस्कृति संस्थान न॑ बिहार अंगिका…अंगिका की समृद्धि पर ही अंग क्षेत्र का सांस्कृतिक विकास संभवस्थापना केरऽ साल भर बाद भी कागज प॑ ही चली रहलऽ छै…लुप्त होय रहलऽ कैथी लिपि केरऽ प्रशिक्षण कार्यक्रम ११…

Manjusha folk art on the verge of extinction

PATNA: The famous Manjusha art of Bhagalpur and its neighbouring ar-eas is on the verge of extinction due to lack of support from the Bihar government. Manjusha art is essentially local in its form and content mixed with a very popular folk tale of Bhagalpur namely `Bihula-Vishahari Gatha’. Now this art form is mainly confined to few museums and books. Two Bhagalpur scholars — professor, ancient Indian history and culture, TMBU University, Bhagalpur, Rajiva K Sinha and Bhagalpur Museum curator Om Prakash Pandey — have taken pain to document this dying art by pub-lishing a collection of its paintings, folklore and its origin. “This book would be useful for art lovers and future historians to un-derstand the rich heritage of the ancient Anga (modern Bhagalpur). It will help them in understanding the importance of the idea of `history at your doorsteps,” said emeritus professor of history, languages and culture of Asia, University of Wisconsin (US),… Read More

Angika Magazines

The “ Ang Madhuri” is the first monthly magazine of Angika language. “Ang Madhuri” is being published regularly by Shekhar Prakashan, Patna since last 44 years. Its first issue was published in December 1970. Dr. Naresh Pandey Chakore is the Editor of this magazine since its inception. This magazine is on the verge of creating a history in the field of literary Hindi and languages of Bihar, for its continuous publication over such a long period. However, “Angika” a quarterly was the pioneer of the magazines in Angika language, which was first published in October 1970. Dr. Permanand Pandey was Editor andDr.Naresh Pandey Chakore was the Managing Editor of this quarterly magazine. Unfortunately, only four issues of this magazine could be published. The first weekly of angika language ‘Angika Samachar’ was published from Bhagalpur in the year 1964. It was closed after publication of few regular issues. The first e-magazine of Angika “Ang – Prasang” is being published under the editorship of Kundan Amitabh . Among others “ Aangi” and “ Aangi Prabha” both quarterly magazines under the editorship… Read More

अंगिका भाषा का साहित्यिक परिदृश्य

केवल लिखित साहित्य को ही आधार मानें तो अंगिका भाषा में साहित्य निर्माण की समृध्द परम्परा प्राचीन काल से ही सतत रूप से जारी है, जो प्रामाणिक रूप से पिछले तेरह सौ वर्षों के कालखंडों में बिखरा पड़ा है. महापंडित राहुल सांकृत्यायन के अनुसार हिन्दी भाषा के लिखित साहित्य का प्राचीनतम स्वरूप ‘अंग’ के प्राचीन सिध्द कवि ‘सरह’ की आठवी सदी में लिखी अंगिका-अपभ्रंश भाषा की रचनाओं में उपलब्ध है. अगर वैदिक संस्कृत में सृजित साहित्य के प्रारंभिक वर्षों को भारतीय भाषाओं में साहित्य लेखन की शुरूआत मानी जाय तो ‘अंगिका’ भाषा में साहित्य निर्माण का कार्य आज से चार हजार वर्ष पूर्व शुरू हो चुका था. अंगिका में लिखित एवं अलिखित दोनों ही तरह के साहित्य प्रचुर मात्रा में उपलब्ध हैं. आज की स्थिति यह है कि अंगिका भाषा का अपना वेब पोर्टल अंगिका.कॉम बर्ष 2003 से अस्तित्व में हैं. साथ ही अंगिका भाषा में गुगल.क़ॉम जैसा विश्व के अव्वल दर्जे का सर्च इंजन… Read More

Anga Tourism

Anga Desh has many important places of Tourism interest. Click below to know the details: TOURISM ZONE PLACES OF INTEREST Banka Durian , Indrabaran , Jesth Gaur math , Papharni Tank , Rupsa , Bhagalpur Patharghatta Hill , Shahkund , Sultanganj , Champanagar, Vikramshila , Munger International Yoga University , Munger Fort , Tomb of Pir Shah Nufa , Palace of Shah Suja , Tomb of Mulla Muhammad Said ,Kashtaharni Ghat , Chandi Asthan , Rock carving , Kharagpur Lake , Rameshwar Kund , Pir Pahar , Sita-Kund , Shringhrishi ,Rishikund , Ha-Ha Punch Kumari , Uren ( Buddhist Ruins , Foot print mark and rock inscriptions , Stupa ruins near the footprint mark , The rock carvings near the Stupa site , Buddhist Monastery site at northeastern foot of the hill ), Rajaona ,Bhaduria-bhur , Bhimbandh , Malnipahar , Deoghara , Sangrampur , Jamui Lachhuar , Kundghat , Malachi Gadh , Gidheshwar , Indpe , Simultala , Katihar Baldibari , Belwa , Dubhi-Subhi , Kalyani Lake , Manihari , Nawabganj , Gogabil Lake , Araria Palasi , Basaithi , Madanpur , Begusarai Birpur, Chamtha , Jaimangalagarh , Jhamtia Ghat , Kishanganj Andhasu , Dighalbank , Jiran Garh , Tulshia , Madhepura Chandi Asthan, Singheshwar Asthan , Srinagar , Ramnagar , Basantpur , Biratpur , Baba Karu Khirhar , Purnia Purandevi Temple , Banaili , Barah Asthan , Bhawanipur , Dharhara , Gulab Bag , Majra , Nawada Kakolat , Gonava jee , Sitamarhi , Had-Hadwa Waterfall , Vikramshila Vikramshila University Excavation Site Kahalgaon NTPC Plant , Sahibganj Pakud Siddhu-Kanhu Park, Birkitti, Devinagar, Hot Spring, Kanchangarah, Nityakali Mandir, Shiv Sheetla Mandir, Mahakal Shakti Pith,Diwan-e-Pir, Dharni-Pahar Godda Dumka Baba Basukinath Dham, Baba Sumeshwarnath, Naag Mandir, Mayurakshi River, Masanjore Dam, Tatloi, Water Park, Shristi Hill Park, Malooti, Hill Range Deoghar Baidyanath Dham Temple, Shivganga, Nandan Hills, Naulakha Temple, Kundeshwari Temple, Nav… Read More

Anga Lipi (अंग लिपि)

Anga referred to a region in what is now Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal states of India, and Lipi meant script. [1] Anga Script is mentioned in an ancient Sanskrit language Buddhist book “Lalitvistar” (ललितविस्तर), which says Anga Lipi was one of the most important scripts among 64 other scripts of that time. The script was specific to the Anga region, or Anga Mahajanapada, and was among those known to Buddha.[2] The script was mentioned as the fourth most important script of Ancient India, and was used to write Anga Desh-Apbhramsa or Aangi, now Angika, around 600 BC.[3] Some of the sixty four scripts mentioned in “Lalitvistar” were mythical, but some, including Dravid, Anga and Banga, were real.[4] Characteristics & Comparison Anga Lipi and Banga Lipi might have been derived from Brahmic, with some regional characteristics.[5] This supports the belief that the development of local characteristics in alphabets, was continuing from earlier times.It reflects the early… Read More

Angika Art : Manjusha Art

According to legend, Manjusha art or Angika Art traces its origin to the Bihula-Vishahri or Mansha folktale, popular in erstwhile Anga Pradesh and found also in an altered form in West Bengal. The Manjushas, which are made up of Jute straws and paper, depict sketches of different charecters, apart from those of Gods and Goddesses, thereby giving a vivid description of the entire mythology attached to Bishahari puja. The paintings are drawn primarily on the occasion of the Bishari puja, celebrated usually in August to propitiate the snake gods. As Bihula’s boat was decorated by a character called Lahsan Mali, this art has been confined to the Mali or gardener caste. Like Madhubani, Manjushas too are pictorial reflections of folklore, poetry and the larger cultural consciousness of the Anga region. Manjushas are temple-shaped boxes, made of bamboo, jute straw, and paper. Manjusha is considered by many as modern art , due to their form and abstract themes. This is why the art -lover who discovered… Read More

Angika Language

Angika Language Part – 1 *** Angika Language Part – 2 Angika Language (Part-2) – अंगिका भाषा (भाग -२) Angika is considered as one of the  oldest languages of Hindi family. According to Pundit Rahul Sankritiyayan, the evidences of oldest form of written Hindi literatures are available in the Sarah’s Angika poetries of 800 A.D. The first poet of Hindi literature, Saraha, was also the first poet of the Angika language and literature. Saraha belongs to the 8th century, and is the first poet whose poetry is available in written form. Classification : Indo European – Indo Iranian – Indo Aryan – Eastern zone – Bihari – Angika ISO 639-2 & ISO/DIS 639-3 Code for Angika Language : anp Angika is written in the Anga Lipi, Kaithi, and Devnagri scripts. Angika is among very few languages of India and world in which a Search Engine (Google-Angika) has been developed and is available for public use… Read More

Anga (अंग)

Anga (अंगaṅga) was a kingdom that flourished on the eastern Indian subcontinent in the 6th century BCE until taken over by Magadha in the same century. Counted among the “sixteen great nations” (solas Mahajanapadas) in Buddhist texts like the Anguttara Nikaya, Anga also finds mention in the Jain Vyakhyaprajnapti’s list of ancient janapadas. Some refer that the Angas were grouped with people of ‘mixed origin’[1], generally in the later ages. Based onMahabharataevidence, thekingdomof the Angas roughly corresponded to the districts ofBhagalpur,Banka,Purnia,Munger,KatiharandJamuiinBiharand districts ofDeoghar,Godda, andSahebganjinJharkhand; later extended to include parts ofBengal. The River Champa (modern Chandan) formed the boundaries between theMagadhain the west and Anga in the east. Anga was bounded by riverKoshion the north. According to theMahabharata,Duryodhanahad namedKarnathe King of Anga. Sabhaparavaof Mahabharata (II.44.9) mentions Anga andVangaas forming one country. TheKatha-Sarit-Sagaraalso attests that Vitankapur, a city of Anga was situated on the shores of the sea. Thus the boundaries of Anga may have extended to… Read More

Talk Manjhi – The First Freedom Fighter of India

Tilka Manjhi Baba Tilka Manjhi (or Jabra paharia was the first Adivasi leader who took up arms against the British in the 1784, around 100 years before Mangal Pandey. He organized the Adivasis to form an armed group to fight against the resource grabbing and exploitation of British. History The year 1784 is considered as the first armed rebellion against the British and was the beginning of Paharia. It was due to great famine in 1770 and the consequences of Court of Directors orders influenced by William Pitt the Younger — Court of Director issued ten year of the settlement of Zamindari and later in 1800 – this resulted in minim chance to negotiate between local Zamdindars and Santhal villagers. Baba Tilka Majhi attacked Augustus Cleveland, British commissioner [lieutenant], and Rajmahal with a Gulel (a weapon similar to slingshot) who died later. The British surrounded the Tilapore forest from which he operated but he and… Read More

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