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  • General Information

    Other Name: -, District: Koraput, State: Orissa, India
    Area: 8379.3
    Languages Spoken: Oriya, Hindi
    Long Distance Code: -
    Importance: -
    Best Time to Visit: September to April and -
    International Access: -
  • Description

    Ankadeli is situated in the Koratpur district of Odisha. It is a small village three kilometres away from the Dumduma Waterfall. The place is well known for its blissful ambiance. The turbulent waterfalls are a major attraction for the sightseers. Ankadeli is appealing to outsiders for its weekly markets held every Thursday. The most popular and primitive tribal community dwelling in Ankadeli is the Bonda Tribes. It is indeed a rare chance to witness the Bonda women decked up in heavy junk jewelleries. They continue to lead a rustic lifestyle in the far-flung, dense forest regions. These tribal societies embrace the group of people who understand the meaning of living together and join hands to work together to achieve any shared interest to cater to the advantage of their society. Every society has its own set of rules with respect to business and trade. These enhance and strengthen their unity to live and toil collectively as one. The tribal groups although have undertaken various forms of odd jobs at present, yet their basic livelihood depend on hunting and cultivation.
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    Humidity: 88% Wind : From West at 14 kph