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Subject: History of Goa, North Goa, Shuddhi, Flora and fauna of Goa, Mahadeyi Wildlife Sanctuary, Sawantvadi, Valpoi, Mahadev Temple, Tambdi Surla
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Sattari (Konkani: सत्तरी Sot'tori, pronounced [sɔt̪t̪ɔriː]; Portuguese: Satari) is a taluka in the north-east of Goa known for its greenery and dense forest. Its headquarters is Valpoi. The Western Ghats form the eastern part of the Sattari taluka. The Mandovi River is considered to be the lifeline of Sattari. It has a geographical area of 490 km2; the Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary covers 208 km2 of this area.

Valpoi is represented by Congress MLA Vishwajit Rane in the Goa Assembly. He is a 2nd time MLA.

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  • Cities and villages in Sattari Taluk
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