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Ranipur Jharial is known as "Soma Tirtha" in scriptures. It combines a section of religious faiths like Saivism, Buddhism, Vaisnavism and Tantrism. The circular open vault enclosure of sixty-four yogi

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On the Southern slope of the Gandhamardan hills stands Harishankar, a place of pilgrimage with uncommon scenic charms. A perennial stream bursting into droplets rushes on its hard granite bed to form

Welcome to Balangir District

Named after the headquarter town of Balangir, this district was formed on 1st November 1949. It is flanked in the northwest by the Gandhamardan hill. Many hill streams traverse it. The name Balangir is said to have been derived from Balaramgarh, a fort built here in the 16th Century by Balram Deo, the 19th Raja of Balangir and founder of Sambalpur kingdom.

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This section provides various news, advertisement and tenders related to the district. Also you can find various important notices and other important citizen related documents from this section.

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Adminstration

This section gives a brief idea about the District. Various district related statistics, history of the district, economy, tourism, art and culture is the main focus of this section.

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Important Sectors

This section pertains to various sectors of the District, and provides comprehensive information on myriad activities circling around. The focus is on important sectors.

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Services

This section provides help to the people who are seeking any information about any problem. Various type of information can be available on this section.

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