Raja Parba, a three-day celebration in Odisha, is a festival of monthly cycle and womanhood. It depends on the conviction that Mother Earth discharges for those three days and she is given a stately shower on the fourth day. For those three days, no farming movement like furrowing or sowing happens as Mother Earth is relied upon to experience revival. In a nation where it is normal to disregard ladies from social life when they are bleeding, Odisha emerges.
As indicated by The Hindustan Times, social extremist Manjo Jena stated, "Everybody who thinks ladies are tainted amid their periods should perceive how Odisha observes Raja. The individuals who trust the menstrual blood to be tainted should realize that the same kept an existence on for nine months inside the mother's womb."