Babupali

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Babupali
Village
Coordinates: 21°07′N83°44′E / 21.12°N 83.74°E / 21.12; 83.74 Coordinates: 21°07′N83°44′E / 21.12°N 83.74°E / 21.12; 83.74
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Odisha
District Subarnapur
Population
 (2017)
  Total4,126
Languages
  Official Odia
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Area code(s) 06654
Vehicle registration OD-31
Sex ratio 900 /
Literacy66.56%
Precipitation 1,443.5 millimetres (56.83 in)
Avg. summer temperature48.7 °C (119.7 °F)
Avg. winter temperature16.6 °C (61.9 °F)
Website www.subarnapur.nic.in

Babupali is a village in the state of Odisha, in the Subarnapur district. [1]

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Geography

Babupali is located at 21°07′N83°44′E / 21.12°N 83.74°E / 21.12; 83.74 .It has an average elevation of 383 metres (800 feet) above sea level.

Religious places

Religious places of Hindu religion

There are five temples in Babupali. Each and every Pada has one or more temples. Following are some of the Most Popular and important temples of Babupali Village.

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References

  1. "Babupali". Google Maps . Google . Retrieved 4 August 2020.