Synonyms for bhabanipur or Related words with bhabanipur

radhanagar              madhabpur              lalpur              maheshpur              lakshmipur              shankarpur              bhagwanpur              manpur              madanpur              rajganj              rajpur              bhimpur              hakimpur              sonapur              dumri              pratappur              lakhanpur              puraini              pratapnagar              sankarpur              islampur              kalinagar              chhata              sahebganj              gokulpur              chainpur              hasanpur              pipariya              sonbarsa              tajpur              gobindpur              daulatpur              bahadurpur              dumariya              kalikapur              dataganj              kirnahar              shyamnagar              mubarakpur              narayanpur              naoda              madhuban              bajitpur              budhana              paharpur              mahmoodabad              salempur              nawada              fulbari              srirampur             



Examples of "bhabanipur"
Bhabanipur police station has jurisdiction over part of Haldia municipality. Bhabanipur police station covers an area of 115 km with a population of 124,906. Haldia police station is located in Bhabanipur, Haldia.
Bhabanipur (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is one of the 126 assembly constituencies of the Assam Legislative Assembly in India. Bhabanipur forms part of the Kokrajhar Lok Sabha constituency
Gram panchayats of Hasnabad block/ panchayat samiti are: Amlani, Bhabanipur I, Hasnabad, Patlikhanpur, Barunhat Rameswarpur, Bhabanipur II, Makhalgachha, Bhebia and Murarisha.
Large villages in Farakka CD Block were (2011 figures in brackets): Bahadurpur (4,079), Uttar Bhabanipur (5,509), Bewa (P) (15,265), Andhua (4,090), Sri Rampur (4,848), Jafarganj (12,114), Ballalpur (7,117), Imamnagar (6,933), Kuli (28,092), Bhabanipur (11,465), Sankarpur (4,411) and Jigrikulgachhi (6,004).
During the era of Rani Bhabani, she made some great contributions for the development and renovation of Bhabanipur temple. Bhabanipur is a shakti-peeth which is located at Sherpur Upazila of Bogra District.
Gram panchayats of Rajnagar block/panchayat samiti are: Bhabanipur, Chandrapur, Gangmuri-Joypur, Rajnagar and Tantipara.
Every year, festivals take place at the Bhabanipur Temple premises on auspicious occasions. They are:
Maharaja Nandakumar Mahavidyalaya was established at Bhabanipur in 2007. It is affiliated with Vidyasagar University.
Bhabanipur (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is part of No. 23 Kolkata Dakshin (Lok Sabha constituency).
Devotees can go to Bhabanipur from Dhaka via Jamuna Bridge and after passing Chandaikona in Sirajganj District, they can reach Ghoga Bot-tola bus stoppage on the same highway from where they can reach the Bhabanipur Temple premises by availing themselves of van or scooter. Pilgrims from the districts located to the North of Bogra can reach the Bhabanipur Temple premises by passing through Sherpur, Mirzapur and Ghoga Bot-tola (bus stoppage) of Bogra district.
As per orders of the Delimitation Commission, 126 Hingalganj (Vidhan Sabha constituency) (SC) is composed of the following: Hingalganj community development block, and Barunhat Rameshwarpur, Bhabanipur I, Bhabanipur II, Hasnabad, PatliKhanpur gram panchayats of Hasnabad community development block, and Khulna gram panchayat of Sandeshkhali II community development block.
Rural area under Hasnabad block consists of nine gram panchayats, viz. Amlani, Bhabanipur–I, Hasnabad, Patlikhanpur, Barunhat Rameswarpur, Bhabanipur–II, Makhalgachha, Bhebia and Murarisha. There is no urban area under this block. Hasnabad police station serves this block. Headquarters of this block is in Hasnabad.
Bhabanipur Bidhichandrapur, Harali Udaynarayanpur, Khila, Rampur-Dihibhursut Asanda, Kurchi Shibpur, Debipur, Harishpur, Garbhabanipur-Sonatala, Kanupat Mansuka, Pancharul, Singti
In the West Bengal Legislative Assembly election, 1972 RCPI fielded its three incumbent legislators; Mukherjee, Kumar and Mal. All three were defeated, gathering 47038 votes (0.35% of the statewide vote). Whilst RCPI lost its Dhing seat in the Assam Legislative Assembly election, 1972, it managed to score an impressive victory against Dharanidar Chowdhury in Bhabanipur constituency. The Bhabanipur legislator was Ghanakanta Boro.
Bhabanipur () is a union under Sherpur Upazila in Bogra of Rajshahi Division, Bangladesh. It is a sacred site around Karatoyatat and one of the Shakti Peethas of Indian Subcontinent. The Bhabanipur Shaktipeeth is a place of worship consecrated to the Goddess Ma Bhabani. It is a historic place of pilgrimage for the followers of Hinduism.
At that time Sir Ashutosh Mukhopadhay heard about him, and he took him to Mitra Institution, Bhabanipur as a mathematics teacher.
Kherua Mosque, built in 1582, is an example of early Mughal architecture in Bengal. It is a symmetrical, single-aisled, three-bayed mosque with three domes. Bhabanipur Shaktipeeth, one of seven Shakti Peethas in Bangladesh, is a sacred site for the followers of Hinduism. Other famous spots are Bhabanipur Kali Mandir, Sirajnagar Mosque, Sher-Shah Mosque, Shah-Bandegi Mosque, Shah-Turkan Mosque, Gobinda Rai Mandir, and Palli Unnayan Academy.
Large villages in Sonarpur CD Block (2011 census figures in brackets) are Atghara (4,284), Ranabhutia (4,196), Bhagabanpur (11,177), Tardaha (4,706), Khurigochhi (6,023), Mali Puuria (5,858), Bhabanipur (4,007), Mathurapur (4,460), Joykrishnapur Chairi (6,436), Banhugli (11,103), Baruli (4,152) and Raypur (4,098).
Nidaya is a village in the Tripura, India. Seventy percent of the population work in agriculture, principally rice, in addition to potatoes, tomatoes, cabbage, and cauliflower. The village is bounded by Bhabanipur, to the south and Kathalia in the North.
Bhushut kingdom had three forts at Garh Bhabanipur, Pandua (Pedo or Pedo Basantapur) and Rajbalhat. There is hardly any trace of these forts, There still is a place called Dihi Bhurshut in Howrah district, across the Damodar from Rajbalhat.