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Gorumahisani is located in India
Coordinates: 22°19′58.8″N 88°20′13.2″E / 22.333000°N 88.337000°E / 22.333000; 88.337000
Country  India
State Odisha
District Mayurbhanj
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN 757042

Gorumahisani is a village and a railway station in Odisha, India.

It is located in Rairangpur taluka of Mayurbhanj district of Odisha, India.[1] It is situated 17 km away from Rairangpur

It is also name of railroad station, whose railway code is GUMI, which falls under jurisdiction of South Eastern Railway Zone.[2]

The post office code of place is 757042.[3]

The town is famous for iron ore mines, which were the first iron ore mines developed in India in 1910, by Maharaja Sriram Chandra Bhanj Deo ruler of Princely State of Mayurbhanj. He appointed Pramoth Nath Bose, a leading geologist in 1908 to survey the ore deposits. Later the mines were leased to Tata Steel, in which the Dewan of the State, Mohini Mohan Dhar, played the leading role.[4][5] In 2016, a CBSE school opened was by the Government of Odisha viz., Odisha Adarsha Vidyalaya to provide quality education to rural talents.


As a result of iron ore mines being developed, the town was connected with Tatanagar in 1910 by Bengal Nagpur Railway.(See: Asansol–Tatanagar–Kharagpur line).


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