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Kadua river is located in Odisha state, India, and formed by the confluence of two streams at Charigan village. It runs for a distance of 22 miles draining the area between Prachi and Kushabadra rivers before joining the Bay of Bengal.
- Lewis Sydney Steward O'Malley, Monmohan Chakravarti. Puri. p. 13.
- "The graveyard of the turtles". The Hindu. 27 March 2004.
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