In spite of being rural, individuals of Odisha (Orissa), have still preserved India's earliest civilization in its pristine kind by keeping their ancient values still alive. Not solely in their secluded hamlets, however conjointly within the infinite thousands of villages within the country aspect one will catch a glimpse of the dwindling horizon of humanity, through the innocent and benign outlook of tile villagers. A sensitive one that happens to be a unfortunate of the fashionable society with its stress and strain won't, whereasduring a typical Oriya village, fail to mark the connection of its folk with God, nature and their fellow men.Geographically Odisha (Orissa) stands as a coastal corridor between the northern and southern India. It is natural therefore that an assimilation of the races and cultures of the Aryans and the Dravidians; must have taken place here in the days of gore. At the same time successive racial and cultural tides might have surged up from the different sides, rolled in and broken over this bound culminating in the indo-cultural synthesis.