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Official Website : http://balangir.nic.in

Headquarters : Balangir
State : Odisha

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 6575
Rural : 6474.29
Urban : 100.71

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 1648997
Rural : 1451616
Urban : 197381
Male : 830097
Female : 818900
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 987
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 251

Official Language : Odia, English

Helplines :
Local Police Station 100
Elder Person Help Line 1090
Women Help Line 1091
Children Help Line 1098
Fire Help Line 101
Ambulance Help Line 108
Janani Ambulance Help Line 102
Traffic Help Line 1095
N.H.A.I. Help Line 1033

Population (Census 2010) :
In 2011, Balangir had population of 1,648,997

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website
http://niti.gov.in/file/717/download?token=l4yjuy5v

Census 2011
District population : 16,48,997
Growth : 23.32%
Sex Ratio : 987
Literacy : 64.72

Brief About Balangir District
The district of Balangir is named after the headquarters towns of Balangir. This town was also the headquarters of the feudatory state of Patna, since the eighties of the nineteenth century. Balaram Deo, the brother of Narasimha Deo, the 12th Raja of Patna, established Balangir. As Balaram Deo is known to have flourished about the middle of 16th century, the origin of the town of Balangir has also been attributed to that period. It is said that the town being founded by Balaram Deo was named after him as Balaramgarh, from which the present name Balangir has been derived. There is however no recorded evidence to support this theory. The district of Balangir is flanked in the North-west by the Gandhamardan hill, and in the north-east by the rock-infested Mahanadi. Many hill streams traverse it. It is the land of Tantrik culture. It is also notable for having experimented in the republican form of Government that was overthrown by Ramai Deo. Ramai founded the kingdom of Patna in the 14th century, which within a short span of its militant career become the head of the cluster of eighteen Garhs. The Chauhan rule ended with the merger of the state of Patna and Sonepur with Orissa on the 1st January, 1948. They together from the district of Balangir. Sonepur was carved out as a separate district on 1.4.1993