Where is Cuttack Odisha (Kataka)

Cuttack is a city in the eastern Indian state of Odisha. It’s on a peninsula flanked by the Mahanadi River to the north and the Kathajodi River to the south. The ruins of moated Barabati Fort, once home to the Eastern Ganga dynasty, show the city’s medieval significance. Within the fort’s walls lies the Shahi Mosque, with its 3 white domes. Nearby, Maa Cuttack Chandi Temple is a pilgrimage site for Hindu devotees.

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Facts about Cuttack

Geographic coordinates20°28′38.08″N 85°51′45.23″ECoordinates
Area192.5 km2 (74.3 sq mi)
Elevation36 metres (118 ft).
Population (2011)658,986
Population Density667 per sq. kms.
SportsBarabati Sports Complex,Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium,
Historical placesBarabati Fort and Cantonment,Chudangagarh Fort,Netaji Birthplace Museum,Old Jail Complex and the Freedom Fighter’s Memorial,Swaraj Ashram,Salt House,Lal Bagh Palace,
Lat Long26°25′0″N 79°48′0″E
Literacy rate91.17%
LanguagesSantali, Bengali, Marwari, Telugu, Gujarati, Punjabi, Urdu, etc. English,odiya
Time ZoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
Area Code671
Vehicle registrationOD-05
PLALCECuttack Chandi Temple, Barabati Fort ,Dhabaleswar Temple,Paramhansa Nath Temple,
RIVERMahanadi River

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