At the Kalinga Literary Festival (KLF), Odisha has decided to launch which event to strengthen dialogue among languages and literature within India and beyond?

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At the Kalinga Literary Festival (KLF), Odisha has decided to launch which event to strengthen dialogue among languages and literature within India and beyond? 



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Odisha chose to create the Bhasha Utsav event during the Kalinga Literary Festival (KLF) to foster conversation among languages and literature inside India and abroad.
The Kalinga Literary Festival, popularly known as KLF, is an annual literary festival held in the Indian city of Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Rashmi Ranjan Parida is the festival's creator and director. Every year, the festival bestows three literary honors to notable Indian writers: the Kalinga Literary Award, the Kalinga International Literary Award, and the Kalinga Karubaki Award.

At the Kalinga Literary Festival (KLF), Odisha has decided to launch which event to strengthen dialogue among languages and literature within India and beyond?

Odisha is a state in India's eastern region. It is the eighth-largest state in terms of land area and the eleventh-largest in terms of people. The state boasts India's third-largest number of Scheduled Tribes. It shares borders with West Bengal and Jharkhand to the north, Chhattisgarh to the west, Andhra Pradesh to the south, and Telangana to the southwest. Odisha has a 485-kilometer coastline along the Bay of Bengal. The location is also known as Utkala, and it appears in India's national hymn, 'Jana Gana Mana.' Odia, one of India's Classical Languages, is the state language of Odisha.

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