Odisha Sun Times Bureau
Bhubaneswar, Jul 17:
The much awaited second part of the Odia documentary film ‘Debata Hoeele Maraee’ based on Nabakalebara was released by Union Petroleum and Natural Gas minister Dharmendra Pradhan at Hotel Hindustan International in the Odisha capital today.
While the first part of the documentary film had evoked much curiosity among the new generation on the birth and death phenomenon of Lord Jagannath, the second part of the film features the rites, rituals and traditions of the Nabakalebata of Lord Jagannath starting from the Banajaga Yatra to the Navajoubana Darshan.
Both Odia and English versions of the documentary film have been made after a thorough research and analysis of the noted writer and columnist of Odisha Dr Bibudharanjan.
The English version of first part of documentary ‘Divine Death’, penned by senior journalist and executive editor of Odisha Sun Times, Sandeep Sahu, has already received appreciation in national and international forum through social media.
Lucid narration and sensible editing combined with top class animation and symbolic visuals has impressed both the general mass and the critics.
These documentaries, co-produced by Indian Oil Corporation Limited, are extensively available on YouTube, said the production house ‘Lighthouse’.