Athmallik state

Introduction:

Athmallik is a town and a notified area committee in An ugul district in the state of Orissa, India. It was one among the 26Feudatory states of Orissa Being Carved out of the earst while Boudh Ex-Feudatory state . It was recognise a separate princely state in 11th century established by King Prattap Deo , a Scion  of Kadamba Dynasty . Prattap Deo was said to have found a Honda (Metal Vessel) which was considered to be lucky enough  , after which the  territory  was then named as “Hondpa” In Course of time, one of the  chief divided the Ex-state  in to eight divisions and placed  one Sub-chief called “Malla” in each division with a view of suppressing  the un-rully tribes , on the basis  of which the kingdom changed its name from “Hondpa” to “Athmallik” The state merged in Dhenknal  from the rule of Kishore Chandra Dev in 1948 and  remained  under  Dhenkanal  District  till 31.03.1993 . Due to bifurcation  on the District Athmallik,  Sub-Division  is now under  Angul District  from, 1993. Athmallik  N.A.C.  located on the  bank of River “MAHANADI” which is  nearest  to the Temple of Sidheswar Baba & Hot spring centre at Deuljhari  and surrounded by  “PANCHADHARA”  Mountain with a healthy  and clean  environment/atmosphere  an area of 29.005sq Kms .

Timeline:

1874                       Athmallik estate is recognized as a state.

Rajas
1874 -  4 Feb 1877         Jogendra Samant                     (b. 1821 - d. 1877)
 4 Feb 1877 - 1902         Narendra Deo Samant                 (b. c.1848 - d. 1902?)
                             (personal style Maharaja from 1890)
1902 -  3 Nov 1918         Bibhudendra Deo Samant              (d. 1918)
 3 Nov 1918 - 15 Aug 1947  Kishor Chandra Deo Samant           (b. 1904 - d. c.1971)
3 Nov 1918 - 24 Dec 1925  
L.E.B. Cobden-Ramsay -Regent

 

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