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The District is located in the western part of Odisha. The boundaries of Nuapada extends in the north, west, and south to Raipur District of Chattishgarh and in the east to Bargarh, Balangir and Kalahandi districts of Odisha.

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Patalganga Patalganga Rd, Baragaon, Odisha 766118, India

It is a nice spot in the bosom of nature with a perennial spring, the water of which is considered as sacred as that of the holy Ganges. Local people perform their obsequies in the downstream. Legend would have it that Rama, Laxman and Sita visited the spot during their exile where Sita felt thirsty. Laxman pierced the ground with his arrow occasioning the birth of the spring. On the day of solar eclipse and lunar eclipse. People here gather in large number to take their bath in the holy water.

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