Khurda

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Khurda (Khordha)
... Khurda (Khordha) is a city and a municipality area in Khurda district in the Indian state of Orissa ... Bhubaneswar, capital of Orissa, belongs to Khurda district and is only 25 km from Khurda town ...
East Coast Railway Zone - History
... jurisdiction extending over six divisions Nagpur, Bilaspur, Chakradharpur, Kharagpur, Adra and Khurda Road ... Initially, only one division, Khurda Road, was attached to this railway ... was carved out of the erstwhile South Eastern Railway, with three divisions — Khurda Road, Waltair, and Sambalpur ...
Khordha District - History
... Khurda came into prominence when the first Rajas of the Khordha dynasty, Ramachandra Deva, made it the capital of his kingdom during the last part of the 16th century ... Khurda suffered repeated onslaughts from Muslim and Maratha cavalry but its royal house retained independence till 1804, when the British East India Company dispossessed Raja of his territory following the Second ... Khurda occupies a distinct place in the historical map of Orissa ...
Khurda (Khordha) - Paika Bidroha
... Coastal Orissa, mainly in Khurda region, the village of Banapur to be more specific ... service lands shortly after the confiscation of the Khurda estate ... and voluntary contribution made by the people of Khurda in his support ...
Malaguni River
... The Malaguni River (Mallaguni, Malangui) is a Nullah or hill stream in Khurda District, Odisha state of India ... It originates on the border of Ganjam District and Khurda District ... It flows northeast, east and southeast through Khurda Tahasil, passes historic Golabai Sassan and joins the Daya River at 20°0′1″N 85°37′30″E / 20.00028 ...