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Chandbali, Bhadrak District, Odisha
Chandbali was initially a port during the rule of British Empire in India to make ease the import and export from Malaysia, Myanmar and Indonesia. Now it is degraded into a fishing village. Today it boasts of a beautiful national park known as Bhitarkanika National Park, which is a tourists’ delight.
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