Narla

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Narla is a town in Narla Tehsil[1] in Kalahandi district in the Indian state of Odisha. This town is maintaining 29 km distance from its district main city Bhawanipatna and 430 km far from its state capital Bhubaneswar.

The current MLA from Kesinga Assembly Constituency is Bhupinder Singh of Indian National Congress, who won the seat in state elections in 2009 and is also the leader of opposition in the State Assembly.

Narla is part of Kalahandi (Lok Sabha constituency). There are several transport facilities available like railway station (Norla Road) and Bus station etc. Nearest town to the north is Raipur and Vishakha Patnam to the south. Environmental pollution is low here, and rainfall is good.

Narla is a developing city. Literacy is growing up. Several companies have been established here.

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Coordinates: 20°03′N 83°23′E / 20.050°N 83.383°E / 20.050; 83.383