Nabarangapur

Hotels

  • Glaze Hotel And Resorts
  • Manisha Hotel
  • Hotel Trupty
  • Narashinga Hotel
  • Glaze Hotel And Resorts
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Police Station

  • Nabarangpur P.S
  • Tentulikhunti P.S
  • Khatiguda P.S
  • Papadahandi P.S
  • Kodinga P.S
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Population

Population : 1220946

Male: 604812

Female : 616134

Famous Place

  • Podagad
  • Chandan Dhara
  • Papadahandi
  • Maa Bhandargharani
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Fire Station

  • Nabarangpur Fire Station
  • Tentulikhunti Fire Station
  • Umerkote Fire Station
  • More+

RTO Office

Padhalguda,Nabrangpur,Odisha 764059
Contact:6858-223723
Code: OD-24,OR-24

Railway Station

Post Office

  • ADHIKARIGUDA
  • AGNIPUR
  • AMBADOLA
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Schools

  • ANAKABEDA UGUP SS
  • ANAKABEDA PENDARANI HS
  • Chakamal PS
  • Chandgiri Govt. PS
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Colleges

Degree College : 9

Junior College : 30

Engineering College : 1

NGOs

  • Gramya Vikas Sangathan
  • Panabeda Vikash Parishad
  • Panabeda Vikash Parishad
  • Pragati
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Constituencies

MLA Constituency: 4

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Film Halls

Electricity Office

  • Electric Office
  • Umerkote Electricity Office
  • Electric Substation Southco
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Famous People

Dist Headquater: Collector and District Magistrate, Collectorate, Nabarangpur, PO-Nabarangpur, PIN-764059, Dist Nabarangpur. ODISHA

Nabarangpur District, also known as Nabarangapur District and Nawarangpur District, is a district of Odisha, India. The city of Nabarangpur is the district headquarters. Most of its population is tribal, and most of the land is forested. Situated in the southwest corner of Odisha, it borders Koraput District. Nabarangpur district is situated at 19.14 latitude and 82.32 longitude at an average elevation of 1,876 feet (572 m). Nabarangpur district was created on 2 October 1992 out of a previous subdivision of Koraput District. Until then Koraput District had been the second largest district in India. The history of Nabarangpur is inextricably interlinked with that of Koraput District, with which it shares its language, lifestyle, heritage, flora and fauna and climate. The major language spoken in this region is Odia. The inhabitants are mostly tribals. Rural people are now exposed to education and modern amenities.

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Dr Ajit Kumar Mishra, OAS (SAG)

Collector & District Magistrate

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