(Last Updated on : 01/12/2018)
Kanteikulia is a small village
and panchayat in Angul distric
. The Khandanal River flows near the village. It is surrounded by Sal forest
. It is reached via National Highway
42 and about 6 km north, near the edges of the Bamur Forest Range. There is a notable Hindu temple
dedicated to Lord Shiva
in the village of Kanteikulia. This place is also known as Kanteikolia.
Location of Kanteikulia
The Kanteikulia village is located 43 km towards west from the district head quarters Angul, 27 km from Kishorenagar and 160 km from the state capital Bhubaneswar
Demography of Kanteikulia
According to the 2011 Census, the total population in Kanteikulia village is 375 and number of houses are 93. Female Population is 46.9 percent. Village literacy rate is 72.0 percent and the female literacy rate is 29.3 percent. Oriya is the local language in Kanteikulia village.
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