Every country or region have its own culture, tradition and language in our country India many different languages are present, Odia language is one of the important language whichis used by peoples of Odisha.
History of Odia Language
According to history, Odia Language is an Eastern Indo-Aryan language. This language belongs to the Indo-Aryan language family. Unlike Hindi, Odia retains most of the cases of Sanskrit. It is thought to be directly descended from a Magadhi Prakrit similar to Ardha Magadhi, which was spoken in eastern India over 1500 years ago, and is the primary languageused in early Jain texts. Odia appears to have had relatively little influence from Persian and Arabic, compared to other major North Indian languages.
Modern Odia Language
Now in present time, the life style of Odia people becomes modern and some changes are occurred on their clothing style, food habit, culture and in language also. People in Odisha using a language that is mixture of English and Odisha, in most of the sentences people using some English words and these words now becomes the part of Odia language, that create an new form of Odia langaue that is Modern Odia Langue.
Odia People Love Odia Language
The people of Odisha very much love their language, in Odisha people use different languages like English, Hindi etc but most of the times Odia people feel comfortable in Odia language while they spending their time with family and friends.
Odia Language in Foreign Countries
The Odia language was taught in several countries around the world. The countries are significant in number such as Bangladesh, Indonesia, etc. mainly the Odia language carried by Sadhaba (the ancient traders from Odisha)to different countries, who carried the language along with the culture during the old-day trading. In western countries such as the United States, Canada, Australia and England also the Odia people are present and Odia language too. Odia speakers are regarded as one of the ‘Transnational Ethnic Indian Groups’.