Nimapur

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Nimapur
village
Nimapur is located in Odisha
Nimapur
Nimapur
Location in Orissa, India
Coordinates: 20°34′03″N 86°36′36″E / 20.567509°N 86.610031°E / 20.567509; 86.610031Coordinates: 20°34′03″N 86°36′36″E / 20.567509°N 86.610031°E / 20.567509; 86.610031
Country  India
State Orissa
Languages
 • Official Oriya
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)

Nimapur is a village situated in Kendrapara district in the state of Orissa, India, situated next to the Brahmani river (second largest river in Orissa). The Bay Of Bengal is only few miles away towards the east of Nimapur.

Education[edit]

People are well educated in this village. N.S. High School is one of the highly recommended[by whom?] schools in this region, so it attracts many students from its surrounding villages. With many colleges in its proximity, everybody gets an opportunity for higher education, even staying at home. The village co-located with nimapur is having all the schools i.e. lower primary, primary, middle and high school. The village sasan is itself a gram panchayat and have its panchayat office, RI office and health extension counter.

Transport[edit]

The capital city Bhubaneswar is just 120 km away (the route passes through Cuttack, the ancient capital city) and private buses travel to the capital every 30 minutes in the forenoon and is sparse in the afternoon as these vehicles generally return from Puri, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack and Paradeep. A large section of people own two-wheelers and a few people also own four-wheelers.

Festivals[edit]

Many Hindu festivals are celebrated in this village such as Karttikeya Puja, Lakshmi Puja, Ganesh Puja and Saraswati Puja. Village temples, Shiv temple and Thakuranhi (the temple of Goddess), also witness many celebrations.


Durga Puja also celebrated here as well as Khudurukuni Osha(Puja) is also celebrated here in large extent.

A Radha Krisna temple (already existing) has been renovated by the people as well as a Sidheswar Math (popularly called Sida Math) is here as place of worship.

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