Friday the 13th has long held a mystique in our collective imagination. It's a date shrouded in superstition and fear, with deep historical and cultural roots. But why is it so popular? In this blog, we'll explore the origins, cultural influences, and psychological factors that make Friday the 13th a day of intrigue and dread.
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Like Premchand (of ‘Godaan’ fame) in Hindi, the doyen of the bygone era, father of modern Hindi literature, Fakir Mohan Senapati (of ‘Chha Maana Aatha Guntha’ fame) in Odia is the doyen of the bygone era, father of modern Odia literature and the language.
Similarly in the scenario of contemporary Odia literature, it is Manoj Das, probably after Gopinath Mohanty alone.
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