After the demise of Nanda Sir, his students from three generations are grieving the irreparable loss. It is even unbelievable for many of his students that their lovable Nanda Sir is not present among them. His vacant 'Chatasali' classroom, where he had laid the foundation of education for many, seems to be haunting.
An artist from Odisha’s Jaleswar made a Rangoli portrait of Padma Shri Nanda Prusty to pay tributes to the Centenarian teacher who passed away on Tuesday.
Prusty, a resident of Kantira village in Sukinda block, had been admitted to a hospital in Kalinga Nagar area of Jajpur district on November 30 after he suddenly collapsed complaining of uneasiness. He tested positive for Covid at the hospital. His family later took him to the Jajpur district headquarters hospital and Tata Covid hospital for further treatment.
Padma Shri Nanda Kishore Prusty, the centenarian teacher from Kantira village under Sukinda Police limits of Jajpur, was allegedly threatened over a land dispute on Sunday.