Ong River

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Ong River is a tributary of Mahanadi river. It flows across Odisha and joins Mahanadi 240 km (150 mi) upstream of Sonepur where Tel merges. The river rises at an elevation of 457 m (1,499 ft) and runs 204 km (127 mi) before it meets Mahanadi. It drains an area of about 5,128 km2 (1,980 sq mi).

Nearby cities to river Ong: Bolangir (39 km or 24 mi), Sohela (40 km or 25 mi), Saraipali (45 km or 28 mi), Bargarh (59 km or 37 mi), Sonepur (70 km or 43 mi), Burla (89 km or 55 mi), Sambalpur (94 km or 58 mi) and some others cities also.

Nearby rivers to Ong river: Tel Nadi 76 km (47 mi), Gorkha Nadi 171 km (106 mi), Subarnarekha River/Swarnarekha River 431 km (268 mi), Godavari 485 km (301 mi), Manairu Vagu 508 km (316 mi).[1]

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Coordinates: 20°54′N 83°49′E / 20.900°N 83.817°E / 20.900; 83.817