Odia Language is the language primarily spoken in the Indian state of Odisha and in some neighboring regions. It has a rich literary history and is one of the 22 officially recognized languages in India.
Odia uses a script called “Odia Lipi” or “Odia Script,” which is an abugida writing system. It evolved from the Brahmi script and has its own unique characters representing consonants and vowels. It is written from left to right.
Odia is one of the 22 officially recognized languages in India and is the predominant language spoken in Odisha. It is used in education, government, media, and daily communication.