About Kendujhar District
The entire Keonjhar region was a prince's country before its alliance with Odisha. From history it is revealed that part of the old Khijjinga area with its headquarters in Khijjinga Kota, is associated with modern Khiching. It became a separate province from Jyoti Bhanja as the ruling elite sometime in the first half of the 12th century A.D. During the reign of Pratap Balabhadra Bhanja (1764-1792 A.D.) two small settlements of Tillo and Jujhpada. This was recognized as part of the Kendujhar in Sanad which was given to the East India Company by Raja Janardan Bhanj in 1804.
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Kendujhar is one of Odisha's largest mineral producing regions. Iron ore, Manganese ore, Chromate, Quartzite, Bauxite, gold, Pyrophillite and Lime Stone are the major minerals found in the Region.
The region has an area of 8303 km2.
There are 3 total villages in Kendujhar.
There are 2064 villages in the region
There are 4 cities in total in the region.
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