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.
Taking advantage of this situation ministers started misruling.
So, Balaram Deb sent his son 'Hridayanarayana Deb' to rule Patnagarh in 1550. After death of Balaram Deb, Hridayanarayana Deb became ruler of Sambalpur and Pratap Deb was again made king of Patnagarh but Patnagarh remained under Sambalpur.
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If we call somebody beautiful - it means that this person have some special appearance and mostly liked by other people. During the period of conquest of Kalinga by emperor Ashoka, this area was known as Attabika, i.e.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.Jajalla-deva, a ruler of the Kalachuri dynasty of Ratanpur, defeated the ruler of Sonpur and annexed it with his kingdom in 1110.It was under the Kalachuri rulers of Ratanpur (Now in Chhattisgarh state) from 1110 to 1238. Both, eastern part of South Kosal (Western Odisha) and western part of South Kosal (Chhattisgarh) were united and ruled by the Kalachuri rulers of Ratanpur.) is a territory in western part of Odisha, India, extending from the Kalahandi district in the south to the Sundargarh district in the northwest.