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Type: Municipality
Population: 92515
Class: II
About City Bhadrak is a city and a municipality in Bhadrak district in the state of Odisha. Bhadrak District is an administrative district of Odisha state in eastern India. The district is named for the town of Bhadrak, which is the district headquarters.The district includes Rakta Tirtha Eram in Basudev Pur, where about 30 people were killed by the British police while fighting for independence.The legendary history of Bhadrak District dates back to the age of the Puranas when Odisha achieved thriving maritime and agrarian prosperity. As far as the history is concerned, king Mukunda Dev was the last sovereign indigenous ruler of Bhadrak. The Muslim population began to settle in the District around the year 1575 following the discomfiture of the Afghans under Usman at the hand of Raja Man Singh. During the Mughal period Bhadrak District survived as a Subha under the Nawabs of Bengal. When the majestic Muhgals diminished from the political scenario of Bhadrak District. In course of time Bhadrak District has passed on to different hands and colonized by different dynasties till the British occupied the entire region of Odisha. In the historic Quit India Movement of 1942 Bhadrak played a leading role. The district of Bhadrak had been a main contributor to Odisha's human resource and fast growing urbanisation and industrialisation. But still this district of odisha is largely neglected in terms of industrial development though with a sight attracting literacy level and outstanding transport and communication facilities. The district is now facilited with a port which is the deepest port of south Asia. And new projects are being approved by the government in the newly developed economic region of its coastal areas. Some of these projects include a ship building factory, an oil refinery and power plant and many small scale industries. Bhadrak is famous for its Kali Puja held at Charampa for seven days. Temple of this goddess, known as Bhadrakali, is located about 10 km from Bhadrak, Lord Akhandalamani is about 40 km away from Bhadrak.
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