Sundargarh was the capital of the ruling Gangpur Province until 1948 The two provinces of Gangapur and Bonai formed the present-day province of Sundargarh, thanks to the unification of the princely states in 1948. It is understood that this region was built in ancient times, the territory of South Kosala. Sundergarh is a town in the Sundergarh region of the Indian state of Odisha. As of the 2011 census, the municipality had a population of 45,036. Sundargarh is known as the industrial district of Odisha.
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Sundargarh is known as an industrial region on the map of Odisha. Metal Industry, Fertilizer Industry, Cement Industry, Ferro Vanadium Plant, machinery factory, Glass factory and china pottery and spinning mills are some of the major industries in the Region.
The region has an area of 9712 km2.
There are 3 total villages in Sundargarh.
There are 1779 villages in the region
There are a total of 14 cities in the region.
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