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Names of Months and Days in Oriya (macrolanguage)
Oriya Book Front Cover
Sample of the Odia alphabet

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  • Gregorian Calendar

    Months

    January: ଜାନୁଆରୀ (ଜାନୁଆରୀ, ଜା)

    February: ଫେବୃଆରୀ (ଫେବୃଆରୀ, ଫେ)

    March: ମାର୍ଚ୍ଚ (ମାର୍ଚ୍ଚ, ମା)

    April: ଅପ୍ରେଲ (ଅପ୍ରେଲ, ଅ)

    May: ମଇ (ମଇ, ମଇ)

    June: ଜୁନ (ଜୁନ, ଜୁ)

    July: ଜୁଲାଇ (ଜୁଲାଇ, ଜୁ)

    August: ଅଗଷ୍ଟ (ଅଗଷ୍ଟ, ଅ)

    September: ସେପ୍ଟେମ୍ବର (ସେପ୍ଟେମ୍ବର, ସେ)

    October: ଅକ୍ଟୋବର (ଅକ୍ଟୋବର, ଅ)

    November: ନଭେମ୍ବର (ନଭେମ୍ବର, ନ)

    December: ଡିସେମ୍ବର (ଡିସେମ୍ବର, ଡି)

    Days

    Sunday: ରବିବାର (ରବି, ର)

    Monday: ସୋମବାର (ସୋମ, ସୋ)

    Tuesday: ମଙ୍ଗଳବାର (ମଙ୍ଗଳ, ମ)

    Wednesday: ବୁଧବାର (ବୁଧ, ବୁ)

    Thursday: ଗୁରୁବାର (ଗୁରୁ, ଗୁ)

    Friday: ଶୁକ୍ରବାର (ଶୁକ୍ର, ଶୁ)

    Saturday: ଶନିବାର (ଶନି, ଶ)

    For further information on calendar data, see  Unicode Technical Report #35.

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  • Samples of various Oriya script styles on the front of a library book.

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     Flickr Original Photo by Romana Klee

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    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • This sample is taken from a Buddhist text from around 1060 AD written by Sarahapada.

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    Pandit Rahul Sanskrutayan, Banshidhar Mohanty

    Copyright© 2011
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    Creative Commons CC0 1.0

    ContributorMartin Raymond

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