One with modesty plays instrumental music, one with no shame sings and the most shameless of all, dances.
That is from Jaya Ramanathan’s review of a book on Odissi in the Hindu. Take a look!
Tags: Odissi, Orissa, oriya, proverb
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tulasi dui patraru base
nahi mamu tharu kana mamu bhala
give me the odiya meanings
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