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Ong River

Ong River is a tributary of Mahanadi river. It flows across Odisha and joins Mahanadi at Sambalpur 11 km upstream of Sonepur where Tel merges. The river rises at an elevation of 457 m and runs 204 km before it meets Mahanadi. It drains area of about 5,128 km2.[1]


Coordinates: 20°54′N 83°49′E / 20.900°N 83.817°E / 20.900; 83.817

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