Bhanja

Some articles on bhanja:

Upendra Bhanja
... Upendra Bhanja (Oriya ଉପେନ୍ଦ୍ର ଭଞ୍ଜ) (born during 1670 (opinions differ between 1670 and 1688) at Kullada, Ghumusara, a princely state in Odisha and died during 1740 (again opinions ... Born in a royal family, Upendra Bhanja had never eyed for throne ... his second wife, who was an erudite princess and gave Upendra Bhanja poetical inspiration in an abundant measure ...
Boudh - History
... Boudh region was under the occupation of the Bhanja rulers and was a part of Khinjali Mandala ... The earliest known ruler of this Bhanja family was Nettabhanja who was ruling over the Dhenkanal region as independent ruler, but his successor migrated towards Boudh-Sonepur ... and on this basis it is believed that Silabhanja Dev was the founder of Bhanja Kula of Khinjali Mandala ...
Keonjhar District - History
... It became a separate state with Jyoti Bhanja as its ruling chief sometime during the first half of the 12th century A.D ... modern district for a long time prior to the installation of Jyoti Bhanja as King ... During the latter part of the 15th century the southern half was occupied by King Govinda Bhanja under whose rule Keonjhar was extended from Singhbhum in the north to ...
Maa Tarini - Continuation of The History
... Bhanja thus worshiped the Goddess for her blessings in the war to follow ... Bhanja was victorious and both the princess and the Goddess were brought back to Puri ... After the king of Keonjhar died, Bhanja returned to his state and took the idol of the Goddess with him ...
Dash (Oriya Surname) - The MamooDasah Brahmins of Kulada Sasan
... Advisers to the most learned and benevolent King Shri Dhananjaya Bhanja (grandson of Kabisamrat Upendra Bhanja - a world renowned grammarian and writer), thereby giving the name of Dhananjaypur to ... copper-plates with landed gifts and rights ordained to these priests by the Bhanja dynasty prove this fact) ...