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Subalaya

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Subalaya
Location in Odisha, India
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Subalaya
Subalaya (India)
Coordinates: 20°53′N84°10′E / 20.883°N 84.167°E / 20.883; 84.167 Coordinates: 20°53′N84°10′E / 20.883°N 84.167°E / 20.883; 84.167
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Odisha
District Subarnapur
Area
  Total3.32950 km2 (1.28553 sq mi)
Languages
  Official Odia
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Vehicle registration OD-31
Nearest cityBirmaharajpur, Rairakhol
Lok Sabha constituencyBalangir
Climate Rainy, hot, cold (Köppen)
Avg. summer temperature45–50 °C (113–122 °F)
Avg. winter temperature20–25 °C (68–77 °F)
Website odisha.gov.in

Subalaya is a town in the Birmaharajpur subdivision of Subarnapur district, Odisha, India. It is located on an island 822.738 acres (3.32950 km2) in size [1] at the confluence of the Mahanadi river and Surubalijora. [2]

This town is home to Subalaya High School and Subalaya College.

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