Synonyms for aurahi or Related words with aurahi
Examples of "aurahi"
village is lies between the Highway of Bardibas & Jaleshwar.
, Mahottari is a village development committee in Mahottari District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5964 people living in 1137 individual households.
is a village development committee in Saptari District in the Sagarmatha Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 5300 people living in 1153 individual households.
is a Village Development Committee in Dhanusa District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 5,589 and had 961 houses.
is a village development committee in Sarlahi District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4603 people living in 796 individual households.
, Siraha is a village development committee in Siraha District in the Sagarmatha Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 5685 people living in 1010 individual households.
It is directly connected to Rajmarg which is extended from east to west of Nepal. Bardibas is an halt for those who want to proceed towards north Sindhuli Gadhi, or south
, Gaushala, Jaleshwar Ramnagar, west Birganj, east Janakpur.
Chhireswarnath is located in the Terai, forested and marshy terrain at the base of the Himalaya mountain range. The major rivers surrounding are
, Jalad. Chhireswornath Municipality is famous for its temples(Shiv temple).
The Hindi language writer Phanishwar Nath 'Renu' was born in this district at
Hingna village where his family still lives. At present a magazine Parti Palar is published there.
As per Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, No. 59 Banmankhi (Vidhan Sabha constituency) (SC) is composed of the following: Banmankhi community development block;
, Barhara Kothi, Dibara Dhani, Gouripur, Latraha, Mulkiya, Nipania, Rustampur, Sukhsena East, Sukhsena West and Matihani gram panchayats of Barhara Kothi CD Block.
Gamhariya is neighbourhood of Malangwa Municipality which is hardly 2 km far in south. In north Salempur village development committee distance 2.5 km. Similarly in north-east Brahampuri distance 3 km and south-east Bhelhi is located with same distance.
and Sagardina have same distance 2.5 km located in west and north-west accordingly. At last Motipur is South-west which 3 km from Gamhariya.
, Bagada, Bagiya Banchauri, Bairjiya Lakshminiya, Balawa, Banauli Donauli, Banauta, Bardibas, Basabitti, Bathnaha, Belgachhi, Bharatpur, Bhatauliya, Bijayalpura, Bramarpura, Damhi Marai, Dhamaura, Dharmapur, Dhirapur, Ekadarabela, Ekarahiya, Etaharwakatti, Gaidaha Bhelpur, Gaushala Municipality, Gonarpura, Halkhori, Hariharpur Harinagari, Hathilet, Hatisarwa, Jaleshwar Municipality, Khairbanni, Khaya Mara, Khopi, Khuttapipradhi, Kolhusa Bagaiya, Lakshminiya, Loharpatti, Mahadaiyatapanpur, Majhora Bishnupur, Manara, Matihani, Meghanath Gorhanna, Nainhi, Padaul, Parsa Pateli, Parsadewadh, Pashupatinagar, Phulahatta Parikauli, Phulakaha, Pigauna, Pipra, Pokharibhinda Samgrampur, Raghunathpur, Ramgopalpur, Ratauli, Sahasaula, Sahorawa, Samdha, Sarpallo, Shamsi, Sripur, Simardahi, Singyahi, Sisawakataiya, Sonama, Sonamar, Sonaum, Suga Bhawani, Sundarpur, Vangaha Prariya
, Babarganj, Bagdaha, Bahadurpur, Balara, Barahathwa Municipality, Bara Udhoran, Basantapur, Batraul, Bela, Belhi, Belwajabdi, Bhadsar, Bhagawatipur, Bhawanipur, Brahmapuri, Chandra Nagar, Chhataul, Chhatona, Dhana Palbhawari, Dhanakaul Purba, Dhangada, Dhungrekhola, Dumariya, Gadahiyabairi, Gamhariya, Godeta, Gaurishankar, Harakthawa, Haripur, Haripurwa, Hariwan Municipality, Hathiyol, Hempur, Ishwarpur Municipality, Jamuniya, Janaki Nagar, Jingadawa, Kabilasi, Kalinjor, Karmaihiya, Khaiharwa, Khoriya, Kisanpur, Kodena, Lalbandi Municipality, Lakshmipur Kodraha, Lakshmipur Su., Madhubangoth, Madhubani, Mahinathpur, Mailhi, Malangwa Municipality, Manpur, Masaili, Mirjapur, Mohanpur, Motipur, Musauli, Narayan Khola, Narayanpur, Netraganj, Naukailawa, Parsa, Parwanipur, Pharahadawa, Phulparasi, Pidari, Pidariya, Pipariya, Rajghat, Ramnagar Bahaur, Ranban, Raniganj, Rohuwa, Sakraula, Salempur, Sangrampur, Sankarpur, Shahorwa, Shreepur, Sikhauna, Simara, Sisautiya, Sisaut, Shankarpur, Sohadawa, Sudama, Sundarpur, Sundarpur Choharwa, Tribhuwannagar
The film took many years to complete. Most of the film was made at
Hingna, a village in Araria district and Bina, a town near Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. A few scenes were filmed at Powai Lake and at the Mohan Studios in Mumbai. Subrata Mitra, the cinematographer on Satyajit Ray's early films, had moved to Mumbai for a brief period to make Merchant Ivory films. The theatre actor, A. K. Hangal, knew Shailender from IPTA theatre group days, and agreed to play the small role of Hiraman's elder brother. However eventually much of his role was deleted in the final editing to reduce the length of the film.
, Bainiya, Bairawa, Bakdhauwa, Bamangamakatti, Banarjhula, Banaula, Banauli, Barhmapur, Barsain, Basbiti, Bathnaha, Belhi, Belhi Chapena, Bhagawatpur, Bhardaha, Bhutahi, Birpur Barahi, Bishariya, Budebarsaien, Boriya, Brahmapur, Chhinnamasta, Dauda, Daulatpur, Deuri, Deurimaruwa, Dhanagadi, Didhawa, Diman, Gamhariya Parwaha, Goithi, Hanumannagar Yoginimai Municipality, Hardiya, Hariharpur, Haripur, Inarwa Phulbariya, Itahari Bishnupur, Jamuni Madhapura, Jandaul, Jhutaki, Kabilash, Kachan, Kalyanpur, Kanchan Rup Municipality, Kataiya, Khadgapur, Khojpur, Ko. Madhepura, Kochabakhari, Koiladi, Kushaha, Lalapati, Launiya, Lohajara, Madhawapur, Madhupati, Mahadeva, Maina Kaderi, Maina Sahasrabahu, Malekpur, Maleth, Malhanama, Malhaniya, Manraja, Mauwaha, Nargho, Negada, Pakari, Pansera, Parasbani, Paterwa, Pato, Patthargada, Phakira, Pharseth, Phulkahi, Pipra (West), Portaha, Rajbiraj Municipality, Ramnagar, Rampur Malhaniya, Rautahat, Rayapur, Shambhunath Municipality, Sankarpura, Saptakoshi Municipality, Sarashwar, Simraha Sigiyaun, Siswa Beihi, Sitapur, Tarahi, Terahota, Tikuliya, Tilathi, Trikola
, Baphai, Bagchaura, Baheda Bala, Bahuarba, Balabakhar, Balaha Kathal, Balaha Sadhara, Ballagoth, Baniniya, Basahiya, Basbitti, Bateshwar, Bega Shivapur, Begadawar, Bhuchakrapur, Bhutahi Paterwa, Bindhi, Bisarbhora, Chakkar, Chhireshwarnath Municipality, Chora Koilpur, Debadiha, Deuri Parbaha, Devpura Rupetha, Dhabauli, Dhanauji, Dhanushadham Municipality, Dubarikot Hathalekha, Duhabi, Ekarahi, Ganeshman Charnath Municipality, Ghodghans, Giddha, Gopalpur, Goth Kohelpur, Hansapur Kathpula, Harine, Hathipur Harbara, Inarwa, Itaharwa, Janakpur Municipality, Jhatiyahi, Jhojhi Kataiya, Kachuri Thera, Kajara Ramaul, Kanakpatti, Khajuri Chanha, Khariyani, Kurtha, Lagmamdha Guthi, Lakhauri, Lakkad, Lakshminibas, Lakshmipur Bagewa, Lohana Bahbangama, Machijhitakaiya, Mahuwa (Pra. Ko), Mahuwa (Pra. Khe), Mansingpatti, Mithila Municipality, Mithileshwar Nikash, Mithileshwar Mauwahi, Mukhiyapatti Mushargiya, Nagarain, Nauwakhor Prashahi, Nunpatti, Pachaharwa, Papikleshwar, Patanuka, Paterwa, Paudeshwar, Phulgama, Puspalpur, Raghunathpur, Rampur Birta, Sabaila Municipality, Sapahi, Shantipur, Siddha, Singyahi Maidan, Sinurjoda, Sonigama, Suga Madhukarahi, Suganikash, Tarapatti Sirsiya, Thadi Jhijha, Tulsi Chauda, Tulsiyahi Nikas, Tulsiyani Jabdi, Yadukuha
Phanishwar Nath 'Renu' was born on 4 March 1921 at village
Hingna near Forbesganj, in Araria district (then Purnia district), Bihar. He was educated in India and Nepal. His primary education was held in Araria and Forbesganj. He did his Matriculation from Biratnagar Adarsh Vidyalaya(school), Biratnagar, Nepal while staying with Koirala Family. After Passing out IA from Kashi Hindu Vishvavidyalay (university) in 1942 he took part in the Indian Freedom Struggle. Later he participated in the Nepali revolutionary movement in 1950 which resulted in the establishment of democracy in Nepal. He ushered in 'Anchalik-katha' (Regional Story) of Hindi writing. He had a very close friendship with Sachchidananda Hirananda Vatsyayana Agyey - his contemporary poet. A biography on the writer has also been produced with the name: Phanishwar Nath ‘Renu’ in Unki Nazar Unka Shahar.
Arnama Lalpur, Arnama Rampur,
, Badharamal, Barchhawa, Bariyarpatti, Basbita, Bastipur, Belaha, Bhadaiya, Bhagawanpur, Bhagawatipur, Bhawanpur Kalabanchar, Bhokraha, Bishnupur Pra. Ma., Bishnupur Pra. Ra., Brahmagaughadi, Chandra Ayodhyapur, Chatari, Chikana, Devipur, Dhangadimai Municipality, Dhodhana, Dumari, Durgapur, Gadha, Gauripur, Gautari, Golbazar Municipality, Govindapur Malahanama, Govindpur Taregana, Hakpara, Hanuman Nagar, Harakathi, Inarwa, Itarhawa, Itari Parsahi, Itatar, Janakinagar, Jighaul, Kabilasi, Kachanari, Kalyanpur Jabadi, Kalyanpur Kalabanchar, Karjanha, Kharukyanhi, Khirauna, Krishnapur Birta, Lagadi Gadiyani, Lagadigoth, Lahan Municipality, Lakshminiya, Lakshmipur (Pra. Ma.), Lakshmipur Patari, Madar, Mahadewa Portaha, Mahanaur, Maheshpur Patari, Majhauliya, Majhaura, Makhanaha, Malhaniya Gamharia, Mauwahi, Media, Mirchaiya Municipality, Nahara Rigaul, Naraha Balkawa, Navarajpur, Padariya Tharutol, Pipra Pra. Dha., Pipra Pra. Pi, Pokharbhinda, Rajpur, Sakhuwanankarkatti, Sanhaitha, Sarashwar, Sikron, Siraha Municipality, Sisawani, Sonmati Majhaura, Sothayan, Sukhachina, Sukhipur Municipality, Tenuwapati, Thalaha Kataha, Thegahi, Tulsipur
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