Angul

Original name in latin Angul
Name in other language Angul, Anugul, Ungul
State code IN
Continent/City Asia/Kolkata
longitude 20.84089
latitude 85.10192
altitude 126
Population 44386
Date 2012-11-08

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  • Tourist Attractions of Angul — Budhithakurani Temple, Angul = While at Angul the visitors must see the temple of Budhi Thakurani, the presiding Goddess of this area. Angul has earned celebrity as a Saktra centre since the 8th century A.D. with the rise of the Sulkis an its… …   Wikipedia

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  • Dan I of Denmark — Dan I was the progenitor of the Danish royal house according to Saxo Grammaticus s Gesta Danorum. He held the lordship along with his brother Angul, the progenitor of the English. Dan igitur et Angul, a quibus Danorum coepit origo, patre Humblo… …   Wikipedia

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