“Jalasampada o Samrajyabada” is an Odia book by Binod that explores the complex relationship between water resources and colonialism in Odisha. The book provides readers with a fascinating insight into how water has been used as a tool for political and economic domination throughout history.
Binod’s writing highlights the impact of British colonialism on the water resources of Odisha, and how this has affected the lives of the people living in the region. He delves into the history of water management in Odisha, and how it has been shaped by political and economic forces over time.
The book also examines the challenges that Odisha faces today in managing its water resources sustainably. Binod explores the impact of climate change and industrialization on the region’s water supply, and provides insights into how these challenges can be addressed.
One of the strengths of “Jalasampada o Samrajyabada” is its ability to connect historical events with contemporary issues. Binod’s writing is engaging and thought-provoking, making it easy for readers to engage with complex topics.
Overall, “Jalasampada o Samrajyabada” is a must-read for anyone interested in the history and politics of water management in Odisha. Binod has provided a valuable contribution to the study of Odia history and culture, and this book is sure to inspire readers to think critically about water resources and their role in society.
|Books name||Jalasampada O Samrajyabada|
|No Of pages||101|