(Last Updated on : 01/12/2018)
Routrapur is a village
in the Cuttack district
. It is situated on the banks of River Kathajodi
. This place is known to be the birthplace of the legendary Odia singer Sikandar Alam, formerly known as Salabega of Modern Odisha. As per 2009 stats, Routrapur village is also a gram panchayat.
Location of Routrapur
The Routrapur village is located 38 km towards west from the district head quarters Cuttack
and is 32 km from the capital Bhubaneswar
. This place is in the border of the Cuttack District and Khordha District
Demography of Routrapur
According to Census 2011, Routrapur has a total population of 3,465 people. There are about 657 houses in Routrapur village. Literacy rate in Routrapur village is 76 percent and the remaining 23 percent is illiterate. Among males, the literacy rate is 84 percent while female literacy rate is 69 percent.
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