November 28, 2021
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*BEYOND LIMITS -Dr.Prasana Kumar Dalai*
*କବିଟିଏ ମୁଁ କବିଟିଏ – ଜିତେନ୍ଦ୍ର ଗିରି*
*ଦି’ ଦିନ ଜୀବନ – ପ୍ରସନ୍ନ କୁମାର ମେହେର*
*ମରିଯାଉଥିବା ଆଶା – ମନୋଜ କୁମାର ଦାସ*
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*ହେ… ଚକାନୟନ – ରୀକ୍ଷିରାମ ମେହେର*
*ବିଦ୍ୟାପତି-ଲଳିତା ଉପାଖ୍ୟାନ-ଜାନକୀ ମହାନ୍ତ*
*କଥାର ମୃତ୍ୟୁ- ନବ କୁମାର ଦାସ*
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*ଶୀତର ପରଶ- ଶିକ୍ଷୟିତ୍ରୀ ନୀହାରିକା ପଣ୍ଡା *
*ଆପଣା ଓ ପର- ଜୟ କୁମାର ମିଶ୍ର *
*ଜୀବେ ଦୟା କର-ଜାନକୀ ମହାନ୍ତ*
*ଶରଶଯ୍ୟା ଜୀବନ- ଡ଼ଃ ଲଷ୍ମୀକାନ୍ତ ଦାଶ*
*ପ୍ରେମ–ବନସ୍ମିତା ପଣ୍ଡା*
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*ଏକାନ୍ତ– ବନସ୍ମିତା ପଣ୍ଡା*
*ପରିଚୟ(ଭାଗ-ଏକ)– ବନସ୍ମିତା ପଣ୍ଡା*
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*ସାଗର କହେ – ସୀମାଞ୍ଚଳ ପଣ୍ଡା*
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*BEYOND LIMITS -Dr.Prasana Kumar Dalai* *କବିଟିଏ ମୁଁ କବିଟିଏ – ଜିତେନ୍ଦ୍ର ଗିରି* *ଦି’ ଦିନ ଜୀବନ – ପ୍ରସନ୍ନ କୁମାର ମେହେର* *ମରିଯାଉଥିବା ଆଶା – ମନୋଜ କୁମାର ଦାସ* *ଜାତିରୁ ବିପତ୍ତି – ସୀମାଞ୍ଚଳ ପଣ୍ଡା* *ହେ… ଚକାନୟନ – ରୀକ୍ଷିରାମ ମେହେର* *ବିଦ୍ୟାପତି-ଲଳିତା ଉପାଖ୍ୟାନ-ଜାନକୀ ମହାନ୍ତ* *କଥାର ମୃତ୍ୟୁ- ନବ କୁମାର ଦାସ* *ଟିକେ ମନକୁ ପଚାର – ଭାସ୍କର ରାଉତ* *ଶୀତର ପରଶ- ଶିକ୍ଷୟିତ୍ରୀ ନୀହାରିକା ପଣ୍ଡା * *ଆପଣା ଓ ପର- ଜୟ କୁମାର ମିଶ୍ର * *ଜୀବେ ଦୟା କର-ଜାନକୀ ମହାନ୍ତ* *ଶରଶଯ୍ୟା ଜୀବନ- ଡ଼ଃ ଲଷ୍ମୀକାନ୍ତ ଦାଶ* *ପ୍ରେମ–ବନସ୍ମିତା ପଣ୍ଡା* *ବସନ୍ତ କରିଛି ଆଗମନ–ବନସ୍ମିତା ପଣ୍ଡା* *ଏକାନ୍ତ– ବନସ୍ମିତା ପଣ୍ଡା* *ପରିଚୟ(ଭାଗ-ଏକ)– ବନସ୍ମିତା ପଣ୍ଡା* *ସେ! – ବନସ୍ମିତା ପଣ୍ଡା* *ସାଗର କହେ – ସୀମାଞ୍ଚଳ ପଣ୍ଡା* *ଅମୃତର ସୃଷ୍ଟି ଶିଶୁ – ପ୍ରତାପ କିଶୋର ରାଉତ*

*Suryodaya Literary Excellency Award -2021*

#Suryodaya_Literary_Excellency_Award -2021

Suryodaya Literary Excellency Award -2021 is an International award dedicated to Authors,writers and Poets to ignite and expand their credibility, creativity,and vision of life. It is conferred for their outstanding contribution to the world of literature and incessant endeavour for excellency to envisage a better world of tomorrow.
Congratulations to All the global writers who deserves it

Suryodaya Literary Excellency Award -2021 goes to

🇦🇷ARGENTINA🇦🇷

01-ANA MARIA MANUEL ROSA

🇦🇺AUSTRALIA🇦🇺

02-MILICA BOSKOVIC

🇧🇩BANGLADESH🇧🇩

03-ABDUL HAKIM
04-ANIL BHALERAO

🇧🇹BHUTAN🇧🇹

05-LHABAB DORJI
06-TSHERING WANGCHUK

🇧🇴BOLIVIA🇧🇴

07-GABRIEL CHAVEZ CASOZOLA

🇧🇦BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA🇧🇦

08- CAZIM MUCIC
09-SELMA KOPIC

🇧🇷BRAZIL🇧🇷

10-GELDA CASTRO

🇧🇬BULGARIA🇧🇬

11-MINKO TANEV

🇨🇦CANADA🇨🇦

12-TANJA AJTIC
13-WENDY BRYCE

CHILI🇨🇱

14-XIOMARA PINA

🇨🇳CHINA🇨🇳

15- SOPHY CHEN

🇨🇴COLOMBIA🇨🇴

16-ANGELA GARCIA

🇭🇷CROATIA🇭🇷

17-MIRKO EMERYK SAFARIC

🇩🇰DENMARK🇩🇰

18-EWELINA MARIA BUGAJSKA-JAVORK

🇪🇨ECUADOR🇪🇨

19-EDWIN MADRID

🇪🇬EGYPT🇪🇬

20- OSAMA AL QABANI

🇫🇷FRANCE🇫🇷

21-CAROLINE LAURENT TURUNC

🇩🇪GERMANY🇩🇪

22- TOBIAS BURGHARDT

🇬🇷GREECE🇬🇷

23- Eva Petropoylou Lianoy

🇮🇳INDIA🇮🇳

24- ALEKHA PRASAD MOHARANA
25- ABHIJIT JHA
26- BALIKA SENGUPTA
27-BASANT KUMAR BEHERA
28- BIJAYALAXMI RATH
29- BIMALA SHANKAR DASH
30-CHINMAYEE MOHAPATRA
31- DHARMAPADA MOHAPATRA
32- DR. ASHOK KUMAR SHADANGI
33- DR. LAXMIKANTA DASH
34- DR. PARAMITA MUKHERJEE MULLICK
35- DR. RASHI SINHA
36- DR. SANTANU KUMAR DASH
37- DR. SONIA BATRA
38- ER. ANUPAMA DAS
39- ER. BICHITRANANDA MUNI
40- JAHNABI CHOUDHURY
41-JANAKI MAHANTA
42- JASHOBANTI NAYAK
43- JITENDRA GIRI
44-KABERI MUKHERJEE
45- KANDURI CHARAN NAYAK
46- NEHA BHANDARKAR
47-PADMAN RANA
48- PRASANNA KUMAR BHATTA
49- PRASANTA KUMAR SETHI
50- PRATAP CHANDRA MISHRA
51- PRATIMA BARIK
52-RASHMIBALA SATAPATHY
53- RITA CHUGH
54- SAGAR PARIDA
55- SAI PRAKAS
56- SANJITA PRADHAN
57- SARALA BALCHANDRAN
58- SAROJ KUMAR SAHU
59- SHAMPA SAHA
60-SOMA BHOWMIK
61- SUDIPTA MISHRA
62- SUJATA PAUL
63- SUJATA SHADANGI
64- SUNITA BARIK
65- SUNITA PRADHAN
66- YUVRAJ KUDEI

🇮🇹ITALY🇮🇹

67-DOINA SANDU
68-LIDIA POPA

🇰🇪KENYA🇰🇪

69-OMAR NASSAR

🇽🇰KOSOVO🇽🇰

70- DIAMANT ENVER GOGA

🇱🇧LEBANON🇱🇧

71- LAMIS AI RIFAI

🇱🇺LUXEMBOURG🇱🇺

72-JEAN PORTANTE

🇲🇰MACEDONIA🇲🇰

73-MILIKA MINKOVA

🇲🇾MALAYSIA🇲🇾

74- DR. RAJA RAJESWARI SEETHA RAMAN
75- LILIAN WOO

🇲🇽MEXICO🇲🇽

76-YURI ZAMBRANO

🇲🇪MONTENEGRO🇲🇪

77-GORDANA SARIC

🇳🇵NEPAL🇳🇵

78-BINOD DAWADI

🇳🇬NIGERIA🇳🇬

79-VICTOR AGBOR
80-YAKUB NASIR KHALID

🇵🇪PERU🇵🇪

81-DANIEL ROJAS PACHAS

🇵🇭PHILIPPINES🇵🇭

82- DR. LUZVIMINDA G. RIVERA
83-ELIZABETH MARNAN-CAHIMBING

🇵🇹PORTUGAL🇵🇹

84-PAULACRISTINA CONCEICAO

🇷🇴ROMANIA🇷🇴

85-CORINA JUNGHIATU
86-DIANA ADRIANA PANA

🇷🇸SERBIA🇷🇸

87- Dijana Uhrek Stevanovic
88-MIRA MURGUL
89-SEAD TIGANJ

🇪🇸SPAIN🇪🇸

90-MARCELO SOTO

🇸🇪SWEDEN🇸🇪

91-LASSE SODERBERG

TEXAS

92-MARILYN DONITA MILLER

🇹🇭THAILAND🇹🇭

93-Dr. Sumphand Rathaphattaya

🇹🇹TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO🇹🇹

94-BRENDA MOHAMMED
95-SARAH RAMPHAL

🇺🇾URUGUAY🇺🇾

96- Daniel Artagaveytia

🇬🇧UNITED KINGDOM🇬🇧

97-HENRY FARREL

🇺🇸USA🇺🇸

98-ANNETTE TARPLEY
99-CAROLYN STRANSKY

🇻🇳VIETNAM🇻🇳

100- Nguyen Chinh

N.B- Indian Constitution Day

National Law Day — also known as Samvidhan Divas — is celebrated in India on November 26 every year to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India. Constitution Day is not a public holiday, however, government departments and schools across the country acknowledge the day with various events and activities. As per the Department of Education and Literacy, the preamble of the constitution is read in all schools by all students. Also, there are quiz and essay competitions both online and offline on the subject. The Department of Higher Education also requests various universities to arrange mock parliamentary debates in colleges.

HISTORY OF NATIONAL LAW DAY

On November 26, 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India formally adopted the Constitution of India. It came into force on January 26, 1950. Constitution Day aims to bring awareness about the importance of the Constitution and Dr. B R Ambedkar. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, chairman of the drafting committee, is considered to be the chief architect of the Constitution of India. He is also called the Father of the Indian Constitution. The Constitution of India was drafted by the members of the Constituent Assembly.

The Constitution is a set of written principles and precedents of the Government of India. It frames fundamental political principles, procedures, rights, directive principles, restrictions, and duties of the government and the citizens of the country. The Constitution of India declares the country a sovereign, secular, socialist, and democratic republic. It assures its citizen’s equality, liberty, and justice.

The preamble is a brief statement which records the aims and aspirations of the people of India. The Constitution of India reads: “We, the people of India, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic, republic, and to secure to all its citizens:

 “Justice, social, economic and political; liberty of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship; equality of status and opportunity, and to promote among them all — fraternity assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation; In our Constituent Assembly this twenty-sixth day of November 1949, do hereby adopt, enact and give to ourselves this constitution.”

 From 1947 to 1950, India continued to use the legislation implemented when it was a dominion of Britain. In the meantime, the Constituent Assembly drafted the Constitution of India, which would replace the Government of India Act, 1935, as the country’s fundamental governing document. The Constitution was drawn from several sources, while India’s needs and conditions were given paramount importance. B R Ambedkar studied the Constitutions of over 60 countries before drafting the Constitution of India. Now, various programs are held by ministries and departments throughout the year to spread thoughts and ideas of Ambedkar across the country.

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