Asurabandha

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Asurabandha
Village/Grama Panchayat
Asurabandha is located in Odisha
Asurabandha
Asurabandha
Location in Orissa, India
Coordinates: 19°45′N 84°25′E / 19.75°N 84.41°E / 19.75; 84.41Coordinates: 19°45′N 84°25′E / 19.75°N 84.41°E / 19.75; 84.41
Country  India
State Odisha
District Ganjam
Asurabandha 1914
Government
 • Type Democratic
 • Body Grama Panchayat
Languages
 • Official Oriya
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 761151
Telephone code 06819
Vehicle registration OR-07/OD-07
Grama Panchayat Asurabandha
Block Surada
Sub-division Bhanjanagar
Legislative Assembly Constituency Surada

"Asurabandha" is a village/Grama Panchayat under Surada Block of Ganjam district in the state Odisha, India. It consists of 29 villages.

Villages under Asurabandha Grama Panchayat[edit]

1. Asurabandha, 2. Balasi, 3. Bhagabanpur, 4. Dantalingi, 5. Dhepapalli, 6. Dullada, 7. Ganjana, 8. Gobindapur, 9. Gunduribadi, 10. Kaithapalli, 11. Kathagada, 12. Kharikuti, 13. Liundi, 14. Maniakati, 15. Mayangi, 16. Mentiamba, 17. Murgapalli, 18. Nahaganda, 19. Padareisuni, 20. Paniamba, 21. Parasuramnagar, 22. Patapalli, 23. Rumapalli, 24. Sahanaganda, 25. Sanakharikotti, 26. Sandhabali, 27. T.D.Gochha, 28. Tala Dantilingi, 29. Upara Dantilingi

Educational Institutions[edit]

  • Ashramika High School, Asurabandha, Estd: 1985
  • Upper Primary School, Asurabandha, Estd: 1965
  • Nodal Upper Primary School, Dantalingi, Estd: 1918
  • Nodal Upper Primary School, Bhagabanpur, Estd: 1925
  • Nodal Upper Primary School, Dhepapalli, Estd: 1967
  • Primary School, Asurabandha, Estd: 1914
  • Primary School, Maniakathi, Estd: 1945
  • Primary School, Mayangi, Estd: 1954
  • Primary School, Gobindapur, Estd: 1956
  • Primary School, Padareisuni, Estd: 1958
  • Primary School, Gundiribadi, Estd: 1959
  • Primary School, T.D.Gochha, Estd: 1961
  • Primary School, Dullada, Estd: 1989
  • Project Primary School, Kathagada, Estd: 2008
  • Project Primary School, Rumapalli, Estd: 2008

Worship Places[edit]

Hindu[edit]

  • Maa Kandhuni Devi Temple, Padareisuni
    • It has very beautiful atmospheric surrounding at the temple side. Maa Kandhuni Devi was the tutelary deity of "Surada Royal Family". So, Raja Sandhadhanu Singh was also established Maa Kandhuni Devi's temple at Surada for daily worship purpose.

Christian[edit]

  • Dantilingi Church, Dantilingi
    • This is a big church at the Dantilingi village. Every year a special worship is done in accordance to "Mother Lurdu Marry". She was very helpful for this local people and gave blessings for prosperity.