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Sulaipat & Khadakhai Dam, Suleipat, Mayurbhanj

The Sulaipat(Suleipat) Dam Reservoir is located near Similipal National Park, 20 km from Rairangpur and, is around 82 kilometres from the district headquarters of Baripada. It's a nice place surrounded by mountains and green jungle. It is about 73 kilometres from Jamshedpur and 287 Kilometres from the state capital Bhubaneswar. The Khadakhai (Suleipat) Dam and the Simlipal Tiger Reserve are nearby local attractions at an approachable distance, attracting many foreign tourists here. A natural park is available near the dam,…

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Kalo Dam, Udala, Mayurbhanj

The Kala dam irrigation has located at Kaptipada in Mayurbhanj District. It is 18 km from Udala town and 55 km away from the nearest railway station Baripada. The purpose of the Kalo Dam is to store water for irrigation. The Dam Kala is a medium Irrigation Project completed in the year 1982. It is built across river Kalo, intercepting a catchment area of 153 sq. km. The River Kalo is the tributary of river Sono in the Budhabalanga basin. The project comprises…

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Kuchai, Baripada, Mayurbhanj

Kuchai has situated on the way to Similpal and 8 km from Baripada. It is a historical place that witnesses prehistoric implements of stone antiquities and age thereon. The excavated pre-historic site of Kuchai is known for yielding Neolithic artefacts in association with coarse grit-tempered redware, slipped and showing in addition incised or finger-tip decoration. Close by one could find a plethora of temples, a few of them hic possession of man. Potteries found with Neolithic implements speak of the…

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Haripur Garh, Baripada, Mayurbhanj

Haripur Gada is only 16 km from Baripada towards the southeast of Mayurbhanja and the old capital of the Kings of Mayurbhanja. Though Haripur Gada now lies in ruins, it is a testimony of the prosperity and elegance of the Mayurbhanj Kingdom during the rule of the ancient Bhanja Kings. The analysis of fragments of the ruins of the fort reveals. The Acumen of the craftsmen in the field of plasterwork. The splendour of the sculptured walls reveals is the…

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