(Last Updated on : 18-01-2017)
Districts of Central part of Odisha
includes the districts like Nayagarh district
, Cuttack district
, Boudh District
, Angul District
, Kandhamal District
, Sambalpur District
and Dhenkanal District
Nayagarh district is one of the 30 districts of Odisha in eastern India. It was created in 1992 when the erstwhile Puri District was split into three distinct districts, namely Khurdha, Nayagarh and Puri. It is home to the Baisipali Wildlife Sanctuary. It is like a Hill station, so far as natural scenery is concerned. Chhena Poda is the favourite sweet for which Nayagarh is famous in Odisha.
Cuttack district is one of the 30 districts of Odisha. Its administrative headquarters are located in the city of Cuttack
Boudh District, also called Bauda District is an administrative district of Odisha state in eastern India. The city of Boudh is the district headquarters.
Angul is a district of Odisha state in India. The city of Angul is the district headquarters.
Kandhamal District is a district of the state of Odisha. The district headquarters is Phulbani.
Sambalpur District is a district in the western part of state of Odisha, India. The historic city of Sambalpur is the district headquarters. Sambalpur District is located in the Mahanadi River basin. It has a total area of 6,702 square km of which almost 60 percent of the district is covered in dense forest. Sambalpur District is bounded by Deogarh District to the east, Bargarh District and Jharsuguda district to the west, Sundergarh District to the north, and Subarnapur and Angul districts in the south.
Dhenkanal District is an administrative division of Odisha, India. Kendujhar borders it to the north, Jajpur District to the east, Cuttack District to the south and Anugul District to the west. Dhenkanal town, the district headquarters has a cluster of temples, archaeological remains and a medieval fort. Dhenkanal has a long regal history from the medieval era. Hari Singh Vidyadhar, who was the Southern Forces commander of Gajapati Maharaja of Utkal Sri Sri Prataprudra Deva, defeated the local chief and occupied Dhenkanal and Karamul in the year 1529. The Gajapati Maharaja crowned him the Raja of Dhenkanal. Subsequently, 18 generations of Rajas ruled over Dhenkanal and brought about many administrative, political, socio-economic and cultural evolutions to Odisha. Hari Singh Vidyadhar started the construction of Sidha Balarama temple at Dhenkanal, which was subsequently completed by Nrusingha Bhamarbar. In 1947, after the independence of India, the Princely State of Dhenkanal merged into the Indian Union, and subsequently with Odisha in 1948.