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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 (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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