Synonyms for bairiya or Related words with bairiya
Examples of "bairiya"
As per orders of Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, 6. Nautan (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following:
and Nautan community development blocks.
Nearest Big Village Trilokwa (3.5 Km), Phultakiya (3 Km), Baisakhawa (2 Km), Ramgadhwa (4 Km), Tajpur (6 Km),
(6 Km), Bathana (5 Km), Nyagaw (4 Km), Etc.
Garuda is a Municipality in Rautahat District in the Narayani Zone of south-eastern Nepal. It is a newly created municipality by merging 7 former Village development committees namely Garuda
, Malahi, Basbiti Jingadiya, Gedahiguthi, Jayanagar, Mahamadpur and Pothiyahi.
Panchayats in Deori CD Block are:Khatori, Jamkhukharo, Chiknadih, Manikbad,
, Barwabad, Salaiyadih (Khorodih), Marudih, Harladih, Dhengadih, Sikrudih, Tilakdih, Bhelwaghati, Guniyathar, Ghaskaridih, Ghose, Jamdiha, Asko, Nekpur, Parsatand, Bedodih, Hariyadih, Chahal, Chatro, Gadidighi, Bansdih and Kosogondo Dighi.
is a village development committee in Rautahat District in the Narayani Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 3724 people living in 705 individual households.
is a town and Village Development Committee in Bara District in the Narayani Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2,635 persons living in 431 individual households.
(रमौली बैरिया) is a village development committee in Rautahat District, Narayani Zone of southeastern Nepal. It had a population of 6,377 people, in 918 individual households, as of the nation's 2011 census.
Ajagabi, Akolawa, Auraiya, Badharwa, Bagahi, Bahuwa Madanpur,
, Banjaraha, Bariyarpur, Basantapatti, Basantapur, Basbiti Jingadiya, Bhalohiya, Bhediyahi, Birtipraskota, Bishrampur, Bisunpurwa Manpur, Brahmapuri, Chandrapur Municipality, Debahi, Dharampur, Dharhari, Dipahi, Dumriya, Dumriyachaur, Gadhi, Gamhariya Birta, Gamhariya Parsa, Gangapipra, Garuda
, Gaur Municipality, Gedahiguthi, Gunahi, Hajminiya, Hardiya Paltuwa, Harsaha, Hathiyahi, Inarbari Jyutahi, Inaruwa, Jatahare, Jayanagar, Jethrahiya, Jhunkhunma, Jingadawa Belbichhwa, Jingadiya, Jowaha, Judibela, Kakanpur, Karkach Karmaiya, Karuniya, Katahariya, Khesarhiya, Lakshminiya, Lakshmipur, Lakshmipur Belbichhawa, Lokaha, Madanpur, Madhopur, Mahamadpur, Malahi, Maryadpur, Masedawa, Mathiya, Matsari, Mithuawa, Mudwalawa, Narkatiya Guthi, Pacharukhi, Pataura, Pathara Budharampur, Paurai, Phatuha Maheshpur, Pipariya, Pipra Bhagwanpur, Pipra Pokhariya, Pipra Rajbara, Pothiyahi, Pratappur Paltuwa, Prempur Gunahi, Purainawma, Raghunathpur, Rajdevi, Rajpur Pharhadawa, Rajpur Tulsi, Ramoli
, Rampur Khap, Rangapur, Sakhuwa, Sakhuwa Dhamaura, Samanpur, Sangrampur, Santapur, Santpur, Sarmujawa, Saruatha, Saunaraniya, Sawagada, Shitalpur Bairgania, Simara Bhawanipur, Sirsiya, Tejapakar, Tengraha, Tikuliya
is a village development committee in Rautahat District in the Narayani Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2936 people living in 527 individual households.But it's increased due to more illiteracy. Most of the people are poor and under the line of poverty.The literacy rate has been also reduced.
As per Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, No. 43 Supaul (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: Supaul municipality; Gopalpur Sire, Bakaur, Ghuran, Baruari, Pipra Khurd, Ramdatt Patti, Balwa, Karnpur, Laukha, Basbitti, Goth Baruari, Ekma, Balha, Bairo, Sukhpur Solhni, Telwa,
, Chainsinghpatti, Malhni, Parsarma Parsauni gram panchayats of Supaul community development block; and Marauna CD Block.
Muzaffarpur Railway Station is a main railway junction, with two suburban stations, Ram Dayalu Nagar and Narayanpur Anant (Sherpur). Local and inter-state buses start from Imli Chatti and
Bus Station. The airport, Patahi Airport, had regular flights to some cities and operate commercial flights now. It is well connected to major cities of Bihar like Patna, Bhagalpur, Gayaa and also to smalle
Old Patan Road is through patan mod Via Palhe and Main road passes through
chowk via Jonr. Patan surrounded on every side by mountains is a small beautiful town. It's well covered by Vodafone, Airtel, Uninor, Reliance, BSNL, Aircel, Idea, Airtel 3G, like cellular networks. ATM also available here for SBI near Patan Bazar.
Motihari College of Engineering has a permanent campus of 65 acres located at
Fursatpur, Motihari, East-Champaran district of Bihar state in India. It is situated in a peaceful environment. It is 4.5 km from nearest railway Station Bapudham Motihari & 5 km from district bus-stand situated at chhatauni. Regular auto and ricksaw are available from both places to the institute. It is approximately 2.5 km from NH28A.
Ballia district is one of the districts of Uttar Pradesh state, India. Ballia district is a part of Azamgarh Division situated in eastern Part of Uttar Pradesh. Main occupation is agriculture. Ballia City is district headquarters and commercial Market of this district. There are six tehsils (talukas) in this district viz Ballia, Bansdih, Rasra,
, Sikandarpur, and Belthara. Rasra is second major commercial area of district, having one government sugar mill and one cotton weaving industry. Though Ballia's core occupation is agriculture but there are some small industries are existing. Maniar is known for its bindi (Indian ladies putting on their forehead) industry and major supplier.
Amarpatti, Amlekhganj, Amritganj, Avab, Babuain, Bachhanpurwa, Badaki Phulbariya, Bagadi, Bahuari, Balirampur, Bandhuwan, Banjariya, Barainiya, Bariyarpur, Basantapur, Batara, Beldari, Benauli, Bhagwanpur, Bhaluwai Arwaliya, Bhatauda, Bhaudaha, Bhuluhi Marwaliya, Bishnupur, Bishnupurwa, Bishrampur, Biswambharpur, Brahmapuri, Buniyad, Chhatawa, Dahiyar, Dewapur, Dharmanagar, Dohari, Gadhahal, Gadhimai Municipality, Ganj Bhawanipur, Golaganj, Haraiya, Hardiya, Hariharpur, Inarwamal, Inarwasira, Itiyahi, Jhitakaiya, Jitpur, Kabahigoth, Kabahijabdi, Kachorwa, Kalaiya Municipality, Karaiya, Khopawa, Khutwajabdi, Kolhabi Municipality, Kudawa, Lakshmipur Kotwali, Lipanimal, Madhurijabdi, Mahendra Adarsha, Maheshpur, Maini, Majhariya, Manaharwa, Matiarwa, Motisar, Naktuwa, Narahi, Nijgadh Municipality, Pakadiya Chikani, Parsurampur, Paterwa, Patharhati, Pathora, Pheta, Piparpati Ek, Piparpati Dui, Piparpati Jabdi, Piparpati Parchrauwa, Pipra Basantapur, Piprabirta, Pipradhi Goth, Prasauni, Prastoka, Purainiya, Raghunathpur, Rampur Tokani, Rampurwa, Rauwahi, Srinagar
, Sihorwa, Sinhasani, Sisahaniya, Tedhakatti, Telkuwa, Terariya, Uchidiha, Umarjan
is a village development committee in Rautahat District in the Narayani Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 1878 people living in 313 individual households. By 2012, the VDC had largely increased in size and its population reached more than 10000 approximately. The village is divided into two areas: the bajar and the gaun. Birendra highway passes through the Bajar which has Chandranigahpur on the north connecting the East-West highway and Gaur on the south which is on the Nepal-India Border. The VDC gained its fortune after the Birendra Highway was constructed. After the highway construction, developments and infrastructures followed around the VDC areas. In 1994 A.D. Shree Ram Sugar Mill was erected in Garuda. With the establishment of the sugar industry, farmers had opportunity to open business with the factory. They increased their sugarcane farming and sold it to the factory in their backyard. The factory provided jobs and opened sources of business in the VDC. Hence, today the VDC is a fast-growing town with every business one can name. It is the center of business in the area with few banks, five-six petrol pumps, hundreds of Grocery stores, handful of Shopping centers, small granary and Eating-oil mills, shoes factory, a High school, several restaurants, clinics and Elaka police Station. The VDC also has a movie theatre. Transport is available throughout all day and sparsely at the night. Approximately 50% of the people are involved directly in farming and the other 50% in Business or other traditional works.
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