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In 1803 AD, Raghuji Bhonsla, Raja of Nagpur ceded this land to the British under the treaty of Deogaon.Sambalpur along with all feudal states didn't remain long under the British suzerainty, in 1805 it was gratuitously restored to Raghuji Bhonsla again.The State founded by Balram Deva soon became the most powerful of all the Garhjat States, and the power of the Sambalpur chiefs steadily increased, while that of Patnagarh declined.After the death of Narasingha Deb of Patnagarh in 1547, his son 'Hamir Deb' became king. His son 'Pratap Deb' was only 7 years old, so the queen ruled in the name of his son.'Ramai Deb' of the Chauhan dynasty established his kingdom in 1320 with his capital at 'Patnagarh' in present day's Balangir Dist, and virtually ruled independently. In 15th century AD Narasingh Deva, the twelfth Raja of Patnagarh, ceded to his brother Balram Deva all the jungle country bounded on the North by the river Mahanadi, on the East by the river Tel, on the South by the Ang river, and on the west by the river Jonk.
a region inhabited by people of forests and mountains. He subsequently shifted his capital, first to ‘Binitpur’ (now known as Bin’ka) and then to "Son-pur" in Western Odisha.
Many small kingdoms, ruled by local chieftains, existed in ancient times, in what is now called Western Odisha. In the middle of the 10th century, Yayati, a king of the Soma dynasty of South Kosala, whose capital was at Sonpur, acquired control of Utkal and shifted his capital to Yayatinagar in Utkal region.
Tibardeb of the Soma dynasty, whose capital was at Sripur, in Chhattisgarh was the first ruler, who defeated all these chieftains and established a large kingdom in Dakhin Kosal comprising what is present day Chhattisgarh and Western Odisha. There upon he kept Sonpur under a prince of his clan.
Western Odisha includes the districts of Balangir, Bargarh, Boudh, Deogarh, Jharsuguda, Kalahandi, Nuapada, Sambalpur, Sonepur, Sundargarh, and Athmallik Sub-division of Angul District.
It is a vast geographical area, exhibiting a great degree of cultural uniformity in terms of demography and life-style.
Garlic, onion and ginger are used in most of the food.