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It describes the historical events of Odisha related to the Jagannatha Temple; the Madala Panji dates from the 12th century. While writing Odia history, historians like Sir W. Hunter and Andrew Stirling considered the facts related in Madala Panji as a base; the Madala Panji was traditionally written on a year-to-year basis. On Bijaya-Dashami day, the Karanas official history writers of Puri , a caste of Odisha, involved in keeping the chronicle; this ritual is cited as a proof that the tradition of keeping this chronicle began with Odia king Anantavarman Chodaganga Dev himself. There are some, like Dr. Harekrushna Mahatab , Dr.

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Very good website, thank you. Madala Panji is the temple chronicle of Lord Jagannath of Puri. This is so called because the palm-leaf records are tied in big round bundles resembling the Indian drum Madala.

Though the actual date of starting of Panjis is not known, but it is believed that it might be started from 12th century AD. The book is a classic and literary master piece of the Odia language first order.

The earliest use of prose can be found in the Madala Panji or the Palm-leaf Chronicles of the Jagannatha temple at Puri, which date back to the 12th century. Madala Panji has played an important role in shaping the history of Odisha by some historians. While writing Odia history, historians like Sir W. Hunter and Andrew Stirling considered the facts in Madala Panji as base. The Madala Panji was traditionally written on a year-to-year basis. On Vijaya-Dashami day, the Karanas official history writers of Puri involved in keeping the chronicle.

This ritual is cited as a proof that the tradition of keeping this chronicle began with Odia king Anantavarman Chodaganga Dev himself.

According to the tradition, Chodaganga created 24 families of Karanas to preserve the temple records. Of these, five were entrusted with the writing and preservation of the Madala Panji. No one has seen them all. Raja Khanja - Records important events of the Rajas. Read on Paush Purnima Pushyabhishek. Kept by Tadau Karan. Kept by Kotha Karan. Karmangi - Records daily rituals.

Important events related to the rituals recorded. Announced daily at the Beherana. These were prepared annually and finalized on Vishuva Sankranti. It is said that the Madala panji was destroyed by the Muslim invaders including the so called Kalapahada , but it was rewritten in a fashion that mixed legend with history. The Madalapanji , the temple-chronicle of Jagannath temple of Puri, preserves a number of traditions relating to the Kesaris Somavamsis , the Imperial Gangas , the Suryavamsi Gajapatis and the Bhois of Khurdha.

Besides, all classes of records relating to Jagannath temple, it contains historical information, some of which, particularly of the Ganga-Gajapati-Bhoi times, throw light on the history.

Its Sanskrit and Telugu versions are also available under the titles of " Katakarajavamsavali " and " Jagannatham. Kaifiyat ". Labels: Madala Panji. Suchitra January 28, at PM. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom.

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It describes the historical events of Odisha related to Jagannath and the Jagannatha Temple. While writing Odia history, historians like Sir W. Hunter and Andrew Stirling considered the facts related in Madala Panji as a base [3]. The Madala Panji was traditionally written on a year-to-year basis [4]. On Bijaya-Dashami day, the Karanas official history writers of Puri, a caste of Odisha, involved in keeping the chronicle. This ritual is cited as a proof that the tradition of keeping this chronicle began with Odia king Anantavarman Chodaganga Dev — himself.

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