The Cuttack District is one of the oldest Districts of Odisha. It is an important city and District headquarters, which lends its name to the District, it is known as the business capital of Odisha. The word Cuttack derives its name from the sanskrit word Kataka, which has two meanings-one being military camp and the other being the seat of government, protected by the army. Literally, it also means the fort, referring to the ancient Barabati Fort, around which the city developed. This city takes pride in the fact that it had been the capital of Odisha, before its shifting to Bhubaneswar, the new capital.
It is situated at a scope 200 03″ to 200 40″ North and a longitude 840 58″ to 860 20″ East. This city is flanked by Mahanadi river on the North and Kathajodi river on the South. Covering a topographical area of 3932 sq kms, the Region is exceptionally populated. The Region encounters heat and humidity, with the late spring hot and the colder time of year cold. The greatest temperature in Cuttack Region is 400 C during summer and the base is 100C during winter. Summer by and large endures from Spring to June and winter, from October to February. Precipitation is by and large weighty during the storms, which happen during the long periods of July and August.
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