Flanked by the Mahagiri range and the Daitari range, Sukinda Valley spreads over an area of 50 sq km from Kansa to Maruabil in Jajpur District. In the middle of this valley flows a natural stream, Damsala, and it joins river Brahmani at a point further from the valley. The valley is abundant in the deposits of chromites and Orissa accounts for more than 90% of the country’s chromite deposits.
Updated on 25th July, 2005
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