Bhubaneswar:30/12/18:Pratibha Ray’s JAGYASENI (ODIA) is stepping into its 100th edition .From its first edition in 1984 it has been an eventful journey till its 100th edition in 2018. This is a milestone moment for Adya Prakashanee . The book has been translated into various languages, including English, Hindi, Malayalam, Marathi, Assamese,Gujarati,Sanskrit, Bengali, Nepali and Hungarian. Pratibha Ray’s meteoric rise to national fame flows mostly from her Yagnaseni (Daughter of Yagnasena“in the Mahabharat) which epitomizes the famed Mahabharat heroine Draupadi as a modern woman with an identity of her own Pratibha’s Yajnaseni brought her tremendous laurels including the prestigious Moorti Devi Award, AmrutaKeerti award and many more international recognitions.Yajnaseni has been adapted into dance ballets by Hema Malini, Kumkum Mohanty and also into a Nepalese dance drama.It has inspired songs and Pala as well.
To celebrate this glorious moment Adya Prakashani going organise an inauguration meeting of JAGYASENI (ODIA)100th Edition, Felicitation to JAGYASENI translator in different Indian Language along with logo inauguration of Pratibha Ray Foundation Trust on 30th December 2018 in Mayfair convention Hall(Ground floor) Jayadev Vihar, Bhubaneswar at 10AM, Padma Bibhusan and Jynapitha Awardee Dr. Sitakant Mahapatra will inaugurate the Event