Khandapada Palace, Mayurbhanj
The state was limited in the north by the Mahanadi River. The fundamental town was Kantilo, however the capital was at Khandpara.
Khandpara State is supposed to be established by Jadunath Singh Mangaraj, the most youthful child of Raja Raghunath Singh of Nayagarh, who held ownership of four Garhs or fortifications, as his portion, viz. Kadua, Ghuntasahi, Saradhapur, and Khedapada, which are situated in Nayagarh area. Jadunath Singh is additionally said to have gotten the title Mangaraj from the Gajapati Maharaja. In the rule of Raja Narayan Singh Mangraj, Khandpara reached out on the east up to Banki, on the west to Balaramprasad in Daspalla, on the north to Kantilo, and on the south up to Jogiapali.
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