Remunda

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Remunda
village
Remunda is located in Odisha
Remunda
Remunda
Location in Orissa, India
Coordinates: 21°16′N 83°45′E / 21.26°N 83.75°E / 21.26; 83.75Coordinates: 21°16′N 83°45′E / 21.26°N 83.75°E / 21.26; 83.75
Country  India
State Orissa
District Bargarh
Elevation 45 m (148 ft)
Population (2001)
 • Total 15,000
Languages
 • Official Oriya
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 768103
Vehicle registration OR-02

Remunda is a village in the state of Orissa in India.[1] Remunda (anglicised Rae/moon/da/) is a village situated in Bargarh district, around 30 km away from Bargarh city in Orissa state in India. Remunda has a population of around 15,000 people (2001). Orissa State is located on the eastern coast of India between Kolkata (Calcutta) and Chennai (Madras). The State of Orissa is like a bridge between the northern and southern halves of India, representing multifaceted synthesis. In Bargarh district, the Dhanu Yatra festival takes place every year around the last week of December or the first week of January.

History[edit]

Geography and climate[edit]

Remunda is situated at 21° 16' North Latitude 83° 45' Longitude and at an altitude of 45 meters above sea level.

The village has a tropical climate, specifically a tropical wet and dry climate. The average temperatures range between a minimum of around 10 °C in the winter to a maximum of 40 °C to 45 °C in summer. Sudden afternoon thunderstorms are common in April and May. The south-west monsoons occur in June. The average annual rainfall is 154 cm, most of which is recorded between June and October.

Cuisine[edit]

Staple food of local people - rice and vegetables Traditional Oriya meal - generally spicy with a lot of vegetables Special delicacies include fish, prawn and crab in non-veg and dalma (a mix of vegetables and pulses) and sag (leaf vegetables) Typical sweetmeats include Chhenapoda, Chhenajhilli, Rasabali (all made of milk) and Pitha (cakes) Mahaprasad, the food of the Gods cooked by unique steaming process is available at temples. Green coconut water, a refreshing natural drink, is widely available. Indian, Chinese and Continental food available in Hotels & Restaurants.

Health[edit]

In case of emergency, modern Allopathic, Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic medical care is available at Government Hospitals as well as private clinic / hospitals at all important tourist centres.

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