Synonyms for bazidpur or Related words with bazidpur
Examples of "bazidpur"
Other villages in Rai Mandal are Akbarpur Barota, Assawarpur, Aurangabad, Badhmalik, Badkhalsa, Bahalgarh,
Saboli, Bhaire Bankipur, Bhowapur, Bindhrloi, Chhatehara.
is a village in Samastipur district in the Bihar State of India.
As of 2011,
has a total number of 418 houses and population of 1932 of which 978 include are males while 954 are females according to the report published by Census India in 2011. The literacy rate of
is 82.37%, higher than the state average of 75.84%. The population of children under the age of 6 years is 162 which is 8.39% of total population of
, and child sex ratio is approximately 862 as compared to Punjab state average of 846.
Swarup Singh was born at
, the only son of "Sardar" Karam Singh (d. 1818), who was himself a nephew to Raja Bagh Singh of Jind (1760-1819; r. 1789-1819) through his father, Rajkumar Bhup Singh (1771–1815). In his earlier years, Karam Singh had served under Maharaja Ranjit Singh. In 1815, Karam Singh was granted the fief of
after Bhup Singh's death. Through his father, Swarup Singh was a first cousin once removed to Hira Singh of Nabha. Karam Singh died in 1818, and Swarup Singh succeeded his father as Sardar of
Most of the people are from Schedule Caste which constitutes 8.18% of total population in
. The town does not have any Schedule Tribe population so far.
is a town and Union Council of the Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of Kasur Tehsil and is located at 31°1'0N 74°28'11E with an altitude of 184 metres (606 feet).
Nearby villages with distance are Sersa (0.936 km), Janti Kalan (3.181 km), Nangal Kalan (3.550 km), Rasoi (3.633 km), Aterna (4.152 km),
Saboli (4.209 km), Nathupur (4.536 km).
Singh was born at
in 1834, the younger of two sons of Swarup Singh of Jind. In 1848, he became heir apparent to his father upon the death of his older brother. During the Great Uprising, he fought alongside his father in armor and mail at some of the major battles against the rebels.
Bhadana ( 2 km ) ,
Tappa Havel ( 3 km ) , Bajitpur ( 4 km) , Jahangirpur ( 5 km ) , Mandothi ( 5 km ) are the nearby Villages to Kablana. Kablana is surrounded by Sampla Tehsil towards North , Beri Tehsil towards west , Bahadurgarh Tehsil towards East , Farrukh Nagar Tehsil towards South .
() is a village in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar district of Punjab State, India. It is situated on Wazidpur-Ludhiana link road and located away from postal head office Garcha, from Rahon, from district headquarter Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar and from state capital Chandigarh. The village is administrated by Sarpanch an elected representative of the village.
Akauna, Anjunar, Arsaniya, Asawan, Baliari, Buzurg, Bardiha, Barhauna,
, Belkhunda, Bhagwanpur, Khapura, Bihta, Budhauli, Datraul, Dhamaul, Dharahra, Dhewadha, Chhatarwar, Dhonrah, Diaura, Dola, Dumrawan,Dumri, Gulni, Hasna, Hathiauri, Hunrarahi, Iruri, Jalpar, Jamhariya, JasatJiuri, Kachna, Kapsandi, Kawala, Keshori, Kharant, Kunanpur, Kurhaita, Lilo, Lodipur, Madhepur, Maheshpur, Marawa, Meghipur, Mehdipur, Nejai, Odhpura, Parariya, Poksi, Rayees, Rampur, Rewar, Rohuwa, Semariya, Senduara,Tapsipur Shamdewa, Tanpura, Thalpos, Tirwa, Turkban, Ukaura, Wairani.
As per the report published by Census India in 2011, 613 people were engaged in work activities out of the total population of
which includes 521 males and 92 females. According to census survey report 2011, 82.06% workers describe their work as main work and 17.94% workers are involved in Marginal activity providing livelihood for less than 6 months.
The neighbouring villages are Badhani, Dulehra, Kherka Gujjar, Khungaie,
Tappa Havel, Bajitpur, Jahangirpur, and Mandothi. The Northern border of Chudani is Sampla Tehsil, the Western border is Beri Tehsil, the Eastern is Bahadurgarh Tehsil, and the Southern is Farrukh Nagar Tehsil.
The most famous villages of the Bagpat district are Chhaprauli (from which prime minister Charan Singh hailed), Ranchar(Anchaad), Ahera Gaon , Baoli, SHABGA, Malkpur, Mitli, Panchi, Kirthal, Budhera (Gurjar), Gothra, Pilana, Khatta Prahladpur,Daula, Bichpadi, Dhikauli, Katha, Noorpur, Sujra,
, Harsana, Mandola, Khekra, Badagaon, Dundahera, Pabla, Nirpura, Khedi Jatt, Budhsani Ahir, Nawada Ahir, Singhawali Ahir, Saidhbar Ahir, Pura Mahadev, Dagarpur, Norozpur Goojar, Fakharpur,Sisana, Katha, and Bharal.
Villages: The district has many villages including Chittaura,Jagdishpur, Toygarh, Teus, Narsingh pur,Jairampur,
, Barsa, Pinjari, Bhalua, Bhadarathi, AIFNI, Ramzanpur,Kuttubchak,Samas,Herganwan, Mohni, Konand, Nabi Nagar Kakrar, Hussainabad, Bigha (Vidyapur), Pandhar, Pachna, Deole, Mahuat, Dalhar, Nimi,Miyan Bigha, Biman, Lohan, sohadi, Kasar,Karki, Diha,jodhanbigha,baikatpur, Farpar, Rampur, Ariari, Kaithwan, Bhadauns, Sirari, Barama, Sultanpur, Gagri,Ghoghnsa, Gaway, Hathiyawan,Hasauri, Charuanwa,Maniyouri, MEHUS,AIJHI, Katari,RamnuBigha, Mafo, Pain, Audhe, Namdargang, Ambari, Kshema, Belao, Sadikpur, Bhadeli, Panepur, Asthana, Jodhanbigha, Sugiya, Dobadih,Ismailpur,Nagdih,Maldah,Murarpur,Sasbahna,Latkana,karimabigha,Ghuskuri,Eksari,Jamuara, Maninda,Kurmuri,siyani, Bhikhni. KEMRA
The Kartal Mandir is a Hindu Temple in the city of Kumar Bajitpur, Bihar, India. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, it is located at
Kartal near Government high school Kumar Bajitpur Patepur, Vaishali.As per local folklore, it is said to have been in existence since Ramayana period and Lord Shri Ram is believed to have visited this place on his way to Janakpur, where his footprints are worshiped. The Kartal Mandir has tradition of celebrating Durga Puja, the Victory of Rama over Rawan, every year. A small fair is also organised on the eve of Durga Pooja.
The nearest villages are: Naua Chak, HarpurBhindi, Chako Bhindi, Nikaspur, Chak pahar, Chak Sikandar, Morwa, Jitwarpur Kumhra, Gaupur, Chandauli, Dadanpur, Gorhiari, Gaddopur, Gunai Basti, Kamtaul, Larua, Mirzapur, Nisfi, Rajwara, Rampur, Benua, Chak Dhean, Sarangpur, Songar, Waina, Bhagwatpur, Bathua, Gangapur Athar, Harlochanpur, Harpur Barheta, Sultanpur Morwa, Fatehpur Bala, Madhopur Digharua, Mathura pur, Bora Buzurg, Amritpur, Banbira, Bangora, Banwaripur urf Mahamadpur,
Karnai, Bishunpur, Bond Dih Asli, Bond dih Dakhli, Chak Jalal, Chakbheli, Chaklal Sahi, Dharampur Asli, Dharampur Bande, Dharampur Dakhli, Halai, Hasanpur Kandh Pakar, Husainipur, Indar Wara, Jitwarpur Bhuskhara, Kaua, Kesho Naraenpur, Khanua, Kumaia, Lodipur Naraen, Mahmudpur, Maricha, Maura Khurd, Murgia Chak, Pachbhinda, Paharpur, Purkhotimpur Asli, Purkhotimpur Dakhli, Raghunathpur, Reriati urf Kutubpur, Saidpur Urf Purkhotimpur, Subhan Chak, Sarairanjan, Tikuna, Tajpur, Mushrigharari.
Kumar Bajitpur(Raghopur Narsanda) is a village located in the Vaishali district of Bihar, India.Kumar Bajitpur is a Village in Patepur Block. Kumar Bajitpur is the largest village of Vaishali district. Kumar Bajitpur is 60 km from Main City Patna. It is 40 km from its district Headquarters Hajipur. Nearest Towns are Muzaffarpur (52.5 k.m) Patepur (5.2 k.m), Chehrakala (15.8 k.m.), Jandaha (20.2 k.m.), Samastipur (27.5 k.m) Mahnar (25.7 k.m.), Garaul (26.4 k.m.), Tajpur (16 k.m). Other villages in the Patepur Tehsil are
Kusahi, Bajidpur Kartal, Ashma, Sakrauli, Dhankul, Malpur urf Dilawarpur, Bardiha Turki, Mandaidih, Azizpur Chande, Bahuara, Nilo Rukundpur and many more. The village is served by the Kumar Bajitpur post office , 843110 and the village is closest to the Patepur police station. It is famous for producing bananas and Potato.
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