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Oriya language come from the Eastern Magadhi Apabhransa and are considered to be sister languages of Assamese and Bengali. Oriya Language are used for only Odisha, In the 16th and 17th century Oriya fell under the spell of Sanskrit. Sanskrit has been the court language at least from 6th Century to 15th Century. During the 17th and 18th centuries it followed a new line of approach. Oriya has its origins in the 10th century.
The history of Oriya language is divided into Old Oriya (10th century-1300), Early Middle Oriya (1300-1500), Middle Oriya (1500-1700), Late Middle Oriya (1700-1850) and Modern Oriya (1850 till still counting). Oriya literature upto 1500AD basically poems and prose with religion, like gods and goddesses as the main theme. The earliest use of prose can be found in the "Madala Panji" or the Palm-leaf Chronicles of the Jagannatha temple at Puri, which date back to the 12th century. The first Oriya poet of Odisha is the famous 'Sarala-Das' who wrote the Chandi Purana and the Vilanka Ramayana, both praising the goddess Durga. Rama-bibha, written by Arjuna-Das, is the first long poem in Oriya language.
The Oriya language is developed from the Kalinga script, one of the many descendants of the Brahmi script of ancient India. The earliest known inscription in the Oriya language, in the Kalinga script, dates from 1051. Oriya language has 49 letters. There are 11 Vowels and 38 Consonants are basically used.
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