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Map of Khorda District
Author:Laxman Burdak, IFS (R)

Khurda (खुर्दा) is a township in Orissa. Jatani or Jatni (Oriya:ଜଟଣୀ, Hindi:जटणी) or Khurda Road is a city in Khordha district is close to Bhubaneswar, the capital city of Orissa. Jatni town is also known as Khurda Road in railways.

Origin

Variants

History

It has a unique place in history being the last kingdom to be conquered by the British in 1803. It is famous for Barunei temple atop the Barunei Hill. The capital city of Bhubaneswar belongs to Khurda district and is only 30 K.ms from Khurda town.

खुर्दा (उड़ीसा)

विजयेन्द्र कुमार माथुर[1] ने लेख किया है ...खुर्दा (उड़ीसा) (AS, p.257): खुर्दा या खोरधा उड़ीसा के ऐतिहासिक स्थानों में से एक है। यह कटक के 25 मील (लगभग 40 कि.मी.) दूर स्थित है। यहाँ एक प्राचीन दुर्ग के अवशेष और जगन्नाथपुरी के प्राचीन राजाओं के भवन भी अभी तक स्थित हैं। खुर्दा में हाटकेश्वर का मंदिर है।

खुर्दा परिचय

खुर्दा उड़ीसा राज्य के खुर्दा ज़िले का मुख्यालय शहर है। प्रारंभ में खुरदा के नाम से मशहूर उड़ीसा का खोरधा ज़िला 2889 वर्ग कि.मी. के क्षेत्र में फैला हुआ है। यहाँ प्रवाहित होने वाली नदियों में दया नदी और कूखई नदी प्रमुख है। खुर्दा ज़िले का निर्माण 1 अप्रैल, 1993 को पुरी और नयागढ़ ज़िले को काटकर किया गया था। उड़ीसा राज्य की राजधानी भुवनेश्वर खुर्दा ज़िले के अन्तर्गत ही आती है। आरंभ में यह उड़ीसा शासकों की राजधानी थी। यह ज़िला कुटीर उद्योगों, चरखा मिल, केबल फैक्ट्री, रेलवे कोच रिपेयरिंग फैक्ट्री और तेल उद्योग के लिए लोकप्रिय है।[2]

Demography

As of 2001 India census, Khurdha had a population of 39,034,the population of Khurda, as estimated in late 2006, is 42,526. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Khurdha has an average literacy rate of 78%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 84%, and female literacy is 72%. In Khurdha, 11% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Villages in Khorda District

Abhaymukhi, Alisisasan, Aloi, Amanakud, Ambadiha, Ambhabil, Andharua, Andilo, Aragul, Arakhapalli, Aranga, Aranga, Aswaripatana, Athantar, Atharbatia, Atri, Ayatapur, Badaberena, Badala Sasan, Badapadar, Badapari, Badapokharia, Badatota, Badatulasipur, Bagalpur, Baghamari, Bagheitangi, Bahadalpur, Bajapur, Balianta , Balibereni, Balipada, Balipatapur, Balisahi, Balugaon , Banapur, Baniatangi, Bankual, Banloei, Baradihi, Baradihi, Barakul, Bariko, Barimunda, Basanta, Basantapur Sasan, Baulabandha, Begunia, Benapanjari, Bentapur, Benupur, Beruanbari, Bhabanipur, Bhagabanpur, Bhagabatipur, Bhagabatipur, Bhainchua , Bhairpur, Bhakarsahi, Bhapur, Bhatakuri, Bhatapada , Bhenkatarayapur , Bheteswar, Bhimapada, Bhimapur, Bhingarpur, Bhogada, Bhubaneswar, Bhubanpur, Bhusandapursasan, Bijipur, Bilakhauruni, Binjhala, Biribadi, Bisundihi, Biswal Pada, Biswanathpur, Bodhakhandi, Bolagad, Brahmanbereni, Brajamohanpur, Budhanagar, Budhanagarapatna, Budhapada, Budhipada, Chadheibar, Champajhar, Chandaka Jogisahi, Chandeswar, Chandrasekharpur, Chatabar, Chhanagiri, Chhatipur, Chhatrapada , Chuda, Dadhibabanpur, Dadhimachhagadia, Dakhinamundamuhan, Dakhineswar , Dalaiput, Dalaisahi, Damanbhuin, Darada, Daruthenga, Dasapur, Deulabasta, Deuliapatna, Deulidharpur, Dhanahara, Dhaua, Dhaulimunha, Dia, Dihakhauruni, Dikhitipada, Dingar, Dungamal, Durgaprasad, Ekadalia, Fasioda, Gainada, Galua, Gandarpur, Gangapada, Garedipanchan, Garh-haladia, Gayabandha, Ghangapatna, Ghasedihi, Giringaput, Giringo, Gobardhanpur, Gobardhanpur, Gobindapur , Goda, Godiali, Golabaisasan, Gopalprasad, Gopinathpur, Gopinathpur, Goradajhari, Gothapatna, Guapur, Gunthuni, Hadapada, Haj, Halanda, Haribhaktapur, Harichandanpur, Haripur, Hatasahi, Hirapur, Hirapur, Injana , Jagannathprasad, Jagannathpur, Jagannathpur, Jagiribad , Jamujhari, Jamukoli, Jankia, Jatani, Jayamangalapur, Jayarsasan, Jhatinuagaon, Jhinkijhari, Jhintisasan, Jitikarsuanlo, Jujhagada, Kaipadar, Kaithapalla, Kakarudrapur, Kalarahanga, Kalarajhar, Kalyanpur, Kamaguru, Kanheipur, Kanpur, Kantabad, Kantalabai, Kantamalim, Kantia, Kapasia, Karadagadia, Kaunripatna, Kendupalli, Keranga, Kesora, Khajuria, Khajuripada, Khanguria, Kharadapalli, Kholadwar, Khordha, Khudupur, Koduabereni, Koradakanta, Krushnasaranpur, Kuaput, Kujimahal, Kulantiragram, Kulei, Kumbharbasta, Kumbhilo, Kumutisahi, Kuradhamal, Kuradhilo, Kusupalla, Lendo, Lokanathpur, Madanpur, Mahukhanda, Mahul, Majhihara, Makundadaspur, Malipada, Mandalasingh, Mangalajodi, Manibandha, Manikpur, Manitiri, Mansinghpur, Marthapur, Mendhasal, Moramori, Mota, Muktapur, Mundaamba, Nachuni, Nakhaur, Nalasingh, Nalipadaarjunpur, Nanapada, Nandankanan, Nandapur, Nandapur, Narada, Naranagarh, Nariso, Nidhipur, Nijigarh Tapanga, Niladriprasad, Nilakanthapur, Nimeipur, Niranjanpur, Nizgarhkuhudi, Nuagada, Nuagan, Nuagarh, Nuapada, Odagan, Ogalapada, Olasingha, Orabarasingh, Padanpur, Padasahi, Padhansahi, Paikarapur, Paikatigiria, Palasapur, Palatotapada, Pampalo, Panabaraj, Panaspurpatana, Panchagaon, Panchugaon, Panchupali, Paniora, Parabala, Paribasudeipur, Parichhal, Pariorada, Patrapada, Pichukuli, Podadiha, Pratapa, Prataprudrapur, Prataprudrapur-2, Pratapsasan, Pubagarh, Purohitpur, Radhakantapur, Raghunathpur, Rajas, Ramachandrapur, Ramachandrapur, Ramachandrapur, Ranipada, Ratanpur, Rathipur, Raulasahi, Rautpara, Retanga, Sagarguan, Saheb Nagar, Salapadihi, Sanadamodarpur, Sanahantuad, Sananairi, Sanapadar, Sanrautapada, Saradhapur, Sarakana, Sarat, Sarua, Siko, Similipatana, Singarama, Singeswar, Sorana, Srirampur, Sunakera, Sundarpur, Taladihi, Talagarh, Talakadab, Talapada, Tamando, Tangi, Tangiapada, Tangibanta, Tankol, Taraboi, Taratua, Thakurpada, Thanapalli, Trimal, Trutiapada, Turintira, Ujalagopinathpur, Uparasahi, Uparbasta, Urumukhi, Uttarmundamuhan, Wilkisannagar,

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