Jagatsinghapur District of Odisha at a Glance

About Jagatsinghapur District :

Enriched with glorious cultural heritage Jagatsinghpur district formed on 01.04.1993 vide Government Notification No.14218/R dated 27.03.1993 and EOG No.459 dated 01.04.1993. Before that, it was a part of the erstwhile Cuttack district, subsequently which divided into four different districts for administrative convenience. Jagatsinghpur district is surrounded by Bay of Bengal in the East, Cuttack district in the West, Kendrapada district in the North and Puri district in the South.

Having a geographical area of 1759 sq km, the Jagatsinghpur district is the smallest district in Odisha in terms of territorial location. This district has got a total population of 11,36,604 including 577,699 male and 558,905 female as per 2011 census. The total SC population of the District is 2,228,79 and ST population is 8640 as per 2001 census. The average literacy rate of the district is 79.08 percent comprising of 88.55 percent male literacy rate and 69.28 percent female literacy rate.

Jagatsinghpur District has only one subdivision namely Jagatsinghpur. There are 8 Blocks, 8 Tahasils, 1320 villages, 194 Gram Panchayats and 13 Police stations functioning in the District.

Jagatsinghpur District enjoys a temperate climate. Winters are cold, while summers are hot and humid. The District is prone to cyclonic rainfalls during the monsoons. The maximum temperature of the District is 38 degree C and minimum temperature is 12 degree C. The average rainfall measured in the District is 1765.1mm.

The District is packed with many attractive places such as Paradeep Port, Paradeep, Paradeep Garh, Sarala Temple-Jhankad and Garh Kujanga are some of the visiting places of the District. Gorakhanath Temple is one of the most attractive temples of the District. Jagannath Temple of Garoi is also a famous tourist spot visited by a large number of people from the world.

Jagatsinghpur District ranks first in the State by achieving 88.96 percent male literacy rate according to the latest census of 2011, and second in female literacy rate with 69.94 percent after Khurda District. Swami Vivekananda Memorial (Autonomous) College, Jagatsinghpur, Adikabi Sarala Das Mahavidyalaya, Tirtol, Sidha Baranga Junior College of Education and Technology Punanga, Keduapada Higher Secondary School Kaduapada, Biju Patnaik (Junior) College Ashrampatna, Swami Vivekananda Memorial (Junior) College Jagatsinghpur, Swagatika College of Science and Education Jagatsinghpur are the famous educational institutes of the District.

The District is predominantly agrarian. It has been experiencing natural calamities like floods and cyclones which are major hindrance in the economic development. Apart from agriculture, trade and commerce, transport, storage and communication manufacturing, processing and repairing services engage a major chunk of population in the District. A section of people is engaged in fishing as allied activity.

The Major food crop grown in Jagatsinghpur District is paddy. Sugarcane, turmeric and cotton are the major commercial crops. The District enjoys rich fertile soil of the Mahanadi.

Soil of Jagatsinghpur District has given birth to a lot of eminent personalities including the first and foremost poet of Odia literature Adikabi Sarala Das, the ex chief minister of Odisha Nabakrishna Choudhury, eminent freedom fighter Gopabandhu Choudhury, the famous social reformers Ramadevi Choudhury and Malati Devi Choudhury, eminent scientist Dr. Pranakrushna Parija, famous Odia novelist Dr Prativa Ray, famous Odia story teller Dr. Bibhuti Pattnaik, Philosopher and writer Dr. Hrudananda Ray are among them.

District at a Glance :

Geographical Area : 1,759.00 sq.km Area under Forest : 132.92 sq.km 7.56 %
Population ( 2011 Census ) Total : 1,136,971 in %
Male : 577,865 50.82
Female : 559,106 49.18
Rural : 1,020,991 89.80
Urban : 115,980 10.20
Scheduled Caste : 248,152 21.83
Scheduled Caste Male : 125,184 50.45
Scheduled Caste Female : 122,968 49.55
Scheduled Tribe : 7,862 0.69
Scheduled Tribe Male : 4,226 53.75
Scheduled Tribe Female : 3,636 46.25
Population Density : 681 (Per sq.km)
Literacy Total Literate : 889,027 78.19
Literate Male : 481,049 54.11
Literate Female : 407,978 45.89
Total Illiterate : 270,099 23.76
Illiterate Male : 106,539 39.44
Illiterate Female : 163,560 60.56
Households Total Households : 261,307
Rural Households : 233,626 89.41
Urban Households : 27,681 10.59
BPL Households ( 2001 Census) : 92,920
SC/ST Households ( 2001 Census) : 30,715
Administrative Setup :
Administrative setup of the District
No. of Sub-Divisions : 1 No. of Tehsils : 8
No. of Municipalities/Corporation : 2 No. of N.A.Cs : 0
No. of Blocks : 8 No. of Police Stations : 13
No. of Gram Panchayats : 194 No. of Inhabited Villages : 1227
No. of Uninhabited Villages : 93 No. of villages : 1320

Tourist Places :

Sarala Pitha (Jhankad) :

Enriched with glorious cultural heritage Jagatsinghpur district formed on 01.04.1993 vide Government Notification No.14218/R dated 27.03.1993 and EOG No.459 dated 01.04.1993. Before that, it was a part of the erstwhile Cuttack district, subsequently which divided into four different districts for administrative convenience. Jagatsinghpur district is surrounded by Bay of Bengal in the East, Cuttack district in the West, Kendrapada district in the North and Puri district in the South.

Having a geographical area of 1759 sq km, the Jagatsinghpur district is the smallest district in Odisha in terms of territorial location. This district has got a total population of 11,36,604 including 577,699 male and 558,905 female as per 2011 census. The total SC population of the District is 2,228,79 and ST population is 8640 as per 2001 census. The average literacy rate of the district is 79.08 percent comprising of 88.55 percent male literacy rate and 69.28 percent female literacy rate.

Jagatsinghpur District has only one subdivision namely Jagatsinghpur. There are 8 Blocks, 8 Tahasils, 1320 villages, 194 Gram Panchayats and 13 Police stations functioning in the District.

Jagatsinghpur District enjoys a temperate climate. Winters are cold, while summers are hot and humid. The District is prone to cyclonic rainfalls during the monsoons. The maximum temperature of the District is 38 degree C and minimum temperature is 12 degree C. The average rainfall measured in the District is 1765.1mm.

The District is packed with many attractive places such as Paradeep Port, Paradeep, Paradeep Garh, Sarala Temple-Jhankad and Garh Kujanga are some of the visiting places of the District. Gorakhanath Temple is one of the most attractive temples of the District. Jagannath Temple of Garoi is also a famous tourist spot visited by a large number of people from the world.

Jagatsinghpur District ranks first in the State by achieving 88.96 percent male literacy rate according to the latest census of 2011, and second in female literacy rate with 69.94 percent after Khurda District. Swami Vivekananda Memorial (Autonomous) College, Jagatsinghpur, Adikabi Sarala Das Mahavidyalaya, Tirtol, Sidha Baranga Junior College of Education and Technology Punanga, Keduapada Higher Secondary School Kaduapada, Biju Patnaik (Junior) College Ashrampatna, Swami Vivekananda Memorial (Junior) College Jagatsinghpur, Swagatika College of Science and Education Jagatsinghpur are the famous educational institutes of the District.

The District is predominantly agrarian. It has been experiencing natural calamities like floods and cyclones which are major hindrance in the economic development. Apart from agriculture, trade and commerce, transport, storage and communication manufacturing, processing and repairing services engage a major chunk of population in the District. A section of people is engaged in fishing as allied activity.

The Major food crop grown in Jagatsinghpur District is paddy. Sugarcane, turmeric and cotton are the major commercial crops. The District enjoys rich fertile soil of the Mahanadi.

Soil of Jagatsinghpur District has given birth to a lot of eminent personalities including the first and foremost poet of Odia literature Adikabi Sarala Das, the ex chief minister of Odisha Nabakrishna Choudhury, eminent freedom fighter Gopabandhu Choudhury, the famous social reformers Ramadevi Choudhury and Malati Devi Choudhury, eminent scientist Dr. Pranakrushna Parija, famous Odia novelist Dr Prativa Ray, famous Odia story teller Dr. Bibhuti Pattnaik, Philosopher and writer Dr. Hrudananda Ray are among them.

Paradeep :

It is a major sea port of India for trade activities. The enchanting beauty of the sea, a wonderful sea beach & marine drive, beautiful creeks, estuaries and evergreen forests of estuarian islands of the river Mahanadi, make the place a major tourist attraction. Observing the movement of small marine crafts and the giant ore carries add to the pleasure of the tourist. The tourists can avail better accommodation facilities are at Paradeep.There are good numbers of hotels like Hotel Empires, Hotel Golden Anchor , Hotel Paradeep Inn, Hotel Paradeep International, Hotel Aristocrat, Hotel Seapearl, Hotel Shree Residency, Hotel Santosh Plaza. Panthnivas Paradeep is also located paradeep to cater the needs of tourist. Paradeep is well connected with proper banking facilities Banks like S.B.I, Bank of India, Andhra Bank, Indian Bank and Punjab National Bank etc are available at Paradeep with ATM facilities. The nearest medical facilities can be availed at different hospitals like,Municipality hospital, ESI hospital and Bilu memorial hospital, Atharbanki

Gada Kujanga :

Famous for its presiding deity Kunja Behari, Garh Kujanga is also known as Subhadra Kshetra, The Raghunath Jew Matha located near the temple of Kunja Behari is an added attraction of this place. The tourists can avail accommodation facilities at Forest Rest House, Kujanga, RD Bunglow, Kujanga.The nearest banks are Alhabad Bank and SBI available at Kujanga.The nearest Hospital is P.H.C, Kujanga,which tourists can use for medical facilities.

 

Sagar District of Madhya Pradesh at a Glance

About Sagar District :

The district of Sagar lies in the north central region of Madhya Pradesh. It was spelled as Saugar during the British period. It is situated between 23 deg 10’ and 24 deg 27’ north latitude and between 78 deg 4’ and 79 deg 21’ east longitude, the district has a truly central location in the country. The tropic of cancer passes through the southern part of the district.

The origin of the name comes from the Hindi word SAGAR meaning lake or sea, apparently because of the large and once beautiful lake around which the town of Sagar has been built. Sagar was founded by Udan Singh in 1660 and was constituted a municipality in 1867. A major road and agricultural trade centre, it has industries such as oil and flour milling, saw-milling , ghee processing , handloom cotton weaving, bidi manufacture and railway and engineering works. It is known in all over India due to its University named as Dr. Harisingh Gaur University and Army Cantonment and recently it has come into lime light due to Bhagyodyay Tirth a charitable hospital named after a Jain Sant Shri VidyaSagarji Maharaj. It is known for Police Training College which are only two in Madhya Pradesh other one is in Indore. Head quarter of Forensic Science Lab is also in SAGAR.

Sagar lies in an extensive plain broken by low, forested hills and watered by Sonar river. Wheat, chickpeas, soghum, and oilseeds are chief crops of the region, there is extensive cattle raising. Sandstone, Limestone, iron ore and asbestos deposits are worked. The archaeological site nearby Eran has revealed several Gupta inscriptions. District Sagar is predominantly a Scheduled Caste/Backward class district. These together form about 75% of the district. The district has sizable population of tribals who are named as Rajgonds after their kingdom.

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Rahatgarh, Tehsil Sagar :

A small town 60 km west of Sagar on Bhopal Sagar Road renowned for its battlement ramparts, its gates and its ruins of palaces temples and mosques. It is picturesquely situated on the steep bank of the river Bina which is crossed at this point by a fine bridge of fourteen arches, completed in 1863.Close to the town stands the famous fort of Rahatgarh.It outer wall consists of 26 enormous towers, some of which were used as dwellings connected by curtain walls and enclosing a space of 66 acres. Two miles away from the fort is a waterfall nearly 50 feet high in picturesque surroundings.

Khimlasa,  Tehsil Khurai :

Khimlasa is said to have been founded by a Mohammedan noble and was mahal in the sarkar of Raisen of the subah of Malwa. The town of Khimlasa is enclosed within a fortified wall built of stone rubble more or less coursed

In the centre of the towb is a bastion fort of which the gateways alone form an interesting feature. One one side of the fort is the dargah of the Panch Pirs, with an elaborately carved perforated screen work, which deserves an special mention.

Rangir, Tehsil Rehli :

A village situated 10 miles from Rehli and 21 miles from Sagar on Sagar Rehli Road on the bank of the Dahar river. It was site of an engagement between Chatrasak Bundela and Khaliq, the Mugal Fauzdar of Damoni. On the adjoining Hill stands a temple of Harsiddi Devi in whose honour fairs are held in the months of Asvina and Chaitra.

The Chaitra fair is an important one and large number of people visit the temple. The image of the goddess is held in great veneration and people believe that she changes her form thrice   every day , as a child at dawn, a young girl at mid day and a old women in the evening. A government rest house of forest department is located here.

 

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