Wednesday 30 January 2013

Kushabhadra River of Orissa

Kushabhadra river forms the complex of river systems which form the distributaries of the Mahanadi River and branches off from the river Kuakhai, which is a tributary of the river Mahanadi, at Balianta and flows in a south western direction towards Nimapara and Gopa area for 70-80 kms before sinking in to the Bay of Bengal near Ramachandi Temple, 24 km east of Puri in the Puri District of Orissa. Dhanua River is its main tributary of Kushabhadra river.

Indravati River of Orissa

       Indravati river of Odisha is a tributary of the Godavari River, located in central India. Indravati river originates from the Eastern Ghats of Dandakaranya range in Kalahandi district of Orissa and flows in a westerly direction, enters into Jagdalpur in Chhattisgarh state. It again travels in the westerly direction and then in southern direction before  meeting Godavari River at the border of Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh.
      The river during its course forms the boundary between the states of Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh at various places. Most of the river course is through dense forests of Bastar. The length of the river is 535 km with a drainage area of 41,665 square km.
The Indravati is also known as the "lifeline" of the Bastar district of Chhattisgarh, one of the greenest districts in India.

Thursday 24 January 2013

List of Districts in Orissa

There are 30 districts in Odisha. The are given in alphabetical order.

  1. Angul
  2. Boudh
  3. Bhadrak
  4. Bolangir
  5. Baragarh
  6. Balasore (Baleswar)
  7. Cuttack
  8. Debagarh
  9. Dhenkanal
  10. Ganjam
  11. Gajapati
  12. Jharsuguda
  13. Jajpur
  14. Jagatsinghpur
  15. Khurda (Khordha)
  16. Keonjhar
  17. Kalahandi
  18. Kandhamal (Phulbani)
  19. Koraput
  20. Kendrapara (Kendrapada)
  21. Malkangiri
  22. Mayurbhanj
  23. Nabarangpur
  24. Nuapada
  25. Nayagarh
  26. Puri
  27. Rayagada
  28. Sambalpur
  29. Subarnapur (Sonepur)
  30. Sundargarh

Wednesday 9 January 2013

Biju Patnaik Airport of Orissa

Biju Patnaik Airport also known as Bhubaneswar Airport, is situated in the city of Bhubaneswar, Orissa. It is currently the only major airport of Orissa. It is named after the former Chief Minister of Orissa Biju Patnaik, who was also famed as an aviator and freedom fighter.

List of Diploma (Polytechnic) Colleges in Orissa

These are the list of all Diploma or Polytechnic colleges present in Odisha.

  1. Adarsha School of Engineering and International Polytechnic, Angul, Orissa

List of Engineering Colleges in Orissa

These are the list of all Engineering colleges present in Odisha.

  1. All India Institude of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar

List of Distance Education Institutes in Orissa

These are the list of all Distance Education Institutes present in Odisha.

  • All India Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar

Bhargavi River of Odisha

Bhargavi River originates from Bharga. Bhargavi river flows across Khurda district of Orissa. It forms the Mahanadi-Kuakhai distributary system branching off from Kuakhai river and drains into the Chilika Lake. The length of the river is 1,465 km km, and it drains in Bay of Bengal near Chilika Lake.

Ib River of Odisha

Ib river originates in hills near Pandrapet at an elevation of 762 meter. It passes through Raigarh district and Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh and Jharsuguda and Sundargarh District of Orissa and finally meets Mahanadi at Hirakud Dam in the state. Ib river valley is famous for its rich coal belt. The length of the river is 252 km, and drains an area of 12,447 square km.

Tuesday 8 January 2013

List of Pharmacy Colleges in Orissa

These are the list of all Pharmacy Colleges present in Odisha.

  • College of Pharmaceutical Science, Puri

List of Journalism And Mass Communication Colleges in Orissa

These are the list of all Journalism And Mass Communication Colleges present in Odisha.

  • Journalism And Mass Communication

List of Dental Colleges in Orissa

These are the list of all Dental Colleges present in Odisha.

  • Gandhi Dental College, Bhubaneswar

List of Medical Colleges in Orissa

These are the list of all Medical Colleges present in Odisha.

  • Hi-Tech Medical College & Hospital, Bhubaneswar

List of Homeopathic Colleges in Orissa

These are the list of all Homeopathy Colleges present in Odisha.

  • Dr. Abhina Chandra Homoeopathic Medical College, Bhubaneswar

Tel River of Odisha

The Tel river flows in Nabarangpur, Kalahandi, Bolangir, Sonepur District of Orissa. Tel is an important tributary of Mahanadi river. It flows just 8 kilometers away from the town of Titilagarh.

Subarnarekha River of Odisha

Subarnarekha River (also called Swarnarekha River) flows through the Indian states of Jharkhand, West Bengal and Orissa.Subarnarekha means 'golden line' and the river flows through the states of Bihar, Jharkhand and Orissa.

Sankh River of Odisha

The Sankh River originates from Rajadera village of Gumla district. It is one of the three main rivers flowing through the district. After traveling through Gumla, it enters Simdega Districtand flows towards Orissa.

Rushikulya River of Odisha

Rushikulya river originates from the Eastern Ghats in Orissa. It passes through the Kandhamal and Ganjam districts and finally drains into the Bay of Bengal.

Rana River of Odisha

River Rana originates in the Khurda sub-division of Khurda District, Orissa. After sloping its way through the Banki taluk in Cuttack District, it finally merges with the River Mahanadi.

List of Law Colleges in Orissa

These are the list of all Law Colleges present in Odisha.

  • Balgangadhar Tilak Law College

List of Ayurveda Colleges in Orissa

These are the list of all Ayurveda Colleges present in Odisha.

Gopabandhu Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya

List of University in Orissa

These are the list of all university present in Odisha.

Biju Patnaik University of Technology (BPUT)

Papaharini River of Odisha

Papaharini river is the main perennial flow of Gandhamardan Hill in the Baragarh District of Orissa. With an average width of 12 feet, it flows out at the intersection of seven fountains, Saptadhar.

Ang River of Odisha

Ang River or Ong River originating from Nuapada District, Ong River is one of the major rivers flowing through Baragarh District of Orissa. 

Nagabali River of Odisha

Nagabali river originates from the Bijipur Hills of the Eastern Ghats, near the Lanjigarh. Out of its total length of 256 km, it travels 161 km through Orissa.

Mahanadi River of Odisha

Mahanadi, one of the largest rivers in south-east India and the 6th largest in India. its originates from the Amarkantak hills of the Bastar Plateau in Raipur District of Madhya Pradesh. The total 858 km length of the river travels through a gorge in the Eastern Ghats, across Orissa, forming a delta before entering in to the Bay of Bengal near Cuttack.

Mahendra Tanaya River of Odisha

Mahendra Tanaya River is an important tributary of the Bansadhara River River. It is originated from the Mahendragiri range of Gajapati District (Orissa) and flows towards west in Rayagada and then turns south towards Gosani.

Kolab River of Odisha

Kolab river is originates in the Eastern Ghats of  Koraput district and flows through Orissa. It is a tributary of Godavari River and the total catchment area is 20400 square km.

Jira River of Odisha

Jira River is a tributary of the Godavari River, which runs through Baragarh District of Orissa. Baragarh town is on the left bank of Jira River.

Gobari River of Odisha

Gobari or Gobardhana river is a major river flowing through Kendrapada District. It merges with river Devi at Garoi in Jagatsinghpur District where Sri Gobardhan Pitha Garoi Ashram is situated. Then it continues its path to the north, with the name Gupta Ganga (hidden Ganges). The river flows near Olasuni Hill.

Budhabalanga River of Odisha

Budhabalanga is a 175 km long river originating from the eastern slopes of Similipala formation. It has a total catchments area of 4,840 square k.m. Son, Gangadhar, and Catra are its major tributary rivers.

Bansadhara River of Odisha

The Bansadhara river or Vamsadhara river originates from the flanks of the Lingaraj hills, in Kalahandi district. Of its total length of 254 km, the river travels 150 km in Orissa. It has a total catchment area of 11,500 square km.

Baitarani River of Odisha

Baitarini river is a long river originating from the Gonasika hills of Keonjhar District. It has a total catchment area of 12,790 square KM. The length of the river is 365 km.

Bahuda River of Odisha

Bahuda river originates from the Ramgiri hills of Gajapati District. It then passes through Ganjam District and enters Srikakulam District of Andhra Pradesh, where it joins into the Bay of Bengal. The length of the river is 73 km and has a catchment area of 1250 square km.

Salandi River of Odisha

Salandi river originates from the Meghasani Hills in Orissa. It passes through Mayurbhanj, Keonjhar and Bhadrak districts. It has a total length of 144 km and boasts of a catchment area of 1793 square km.

List of Rivers in Orissa

Orissa is a magnificent place that offers several options to the visitors. Lakes, waterfall and rivers has it all. Among others, the Lakes and Rivers in Orissa are popular sites of tourist interest. There are so many rivers inside Odisha. These are given below.