Angul is one of the 30 states of Odisha in eastern India. The city of Angul is the provincial capital of Angul. Angul resembles a bridge between the western and coastal parts of Odisha where prehistoric and protohistoric fossils are found in the village. After independence Angul became one of the most important provinces in Odisha Province. The rich cultural heritage, natural way, various temples, natural beauty, dense jungle, and the discovery of immature land in its place make Angul a major region in the 21st century.
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Apart from this industrial climate, Angul is also famous for the Satkosia gorge, beautiful dense jungle, hills, rivers (Mahanadi, Brhamani) etc. The land is fertile because of the flow of the Mahanadi and Bramhani rivers and their tributaries.
The region has an area of 6232 km2.
There are 4 complete villages in Angul.
There are 1871 total districts in the region.
There are 18 cities in all in the region.
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