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Odisha HUD Minister Unveils ‘Cuttack – The City Of Museums’ Book

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Bhubaneswar: A pictorial book titled ‘Cuttack – The City Of Museums’ was unveiled by Housing and Urban Development Minister Pratap Jena at the State Secretariat here on Saturday.

Created by OAS officer Raja Parija, the aim of the book is to popularise the nine museums in Cuttack namely Odisha State Maritime Museum, Orissa High Court Museum, Odisha Printing Museum, Madhusudan Sangrahalaya, Netaji Birth Place Museum, Swaraj Sangrahalaya, Anand Bhawan Museum and Skill Museum.

Briefing mediapersons on this ocassion, Jena said the nine museums add a sense of historical pride to the millienium city. Cuttack is not just a silver city but is the second oldest city in the country and the book is just a means to spread knowledge about its historical past, he added.

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