About Dhenkanal District
Dhenkanal State was one of the largest provinces in India during the British occupation of Raj Raj. The province is now known as the Dhenkanal region, Odisha, and the city of Dhenkanal as the regional capital. It is believed that the Dhenkanal District was named after a Savara king called "Dhenka", who ruled the country. The historical facts of the Dhenkanal in its earlier times are still in deep trouble due to the unavailability of any written documents. But archaeological evidence and rock inscriptions help to establish specific insights into the prehistoric facts of the Region.
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The Dhenkanal region is famous for its exhibitions and festivals. Gajalaxmi Puja is the most well-known festival to be celebrated in the region. Every year the festival starts from Kumar Purnima and lasts for eleven days.
The region has an area of 4452 km2.
There are a total of 13 sub-districts in Dhenkanal.
There are 1081 total districts in the region
There are 8 total cities in the region.
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