Synonyms for bhawanipur or Related words with bhawanipur


Examples of "bhawanipur"
Panchayats in Bhawanipur community development block are: Barhari, Basantpur Chintaman, Bhawanipur East, Bhawanipur West, Gondwara Patkaili, Jawe, Lathi, Raghunathpur, Sahidganj, Sonama, Sondip Milik, Sripur Milik, Supouli and Suraiti.
Bhawanipur is situated at a distance of about from Purnea. State Highway SH 65 provides the closest route to Bhawanipur.
Bhawanipur Rajdham is a semi-urban market town, with population of approx 25,000, in the Purnia district of the Indian state of Bihar. It is divided into two parts: Bhawanipur West gram panchayat and Bhawanipur East gram panchayat of the Bhawanipur (Community development block).
Bhawanipur is a village in Kapurthala district of Punjab State, India. It is located from Kapurthala , which is both district and sub-district headquarters of Bhawanipur. The village is administrated by a sarpanch, an elected representative of the village.
Bhawanipur is situated at a distance of about 40 km from Motihari, the district headquarters of East Champaran district. The National Highway NH 28 provides the closest route to Motihari. Bhawanipur falls under the jurisdiction of Sangrampur Police Station.
The Bhawanipur Gujarati Education Society School (BES School), also popularly known by its old name, J. J. Ajmera High School, is a private, co-educational, K-12, school of Kolkata. The school is located in the Bhawanipur area of Kolkata.
India census, Rampur Bhawanipur had a population of 11,303. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Rampur Bhawanipur has an average literacy rate of 36%, lower than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 43%, and female literacy is 28%. In Rampur Bhawanipur, 19% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Bhawanipur भवानीपुर is a village in Sunsari, Nepal. It is in the west side from Tarahara. Bhawanipur is famous for its natural beauty. Many different groups of people with different caste, culture, religion, and race reside in Bhawanipur. Bhawani refers to Lord Shiva.
As per 2001 census, Bhawanipur block had a population of 126,742.
Bhawanipur is near Areraj in the Indian state of Bihar. Bhawanipur is situated at the Bank of River Budhi-Gandak which falls in Ganga Patna.It is a small village with a population of approx 20,000.
Palpara has one Secondary School, Palpara Vidyamandir and one H.S School, Bhawanipur Sukanta Vidyaniketan.
Rampur Bhawanipur is a census town in Barabanki district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
According to the report published by Census India in 2011, Bhawanipur has a total number of 487 houses and population of 2,472 of which include 1,317 males and 1,155 females. Literacy rate of Bhawanipur is 75.52%, lower than state average of 75.84%. The population of children under the age of 6 years is 266 which is 10.76% of total population of Bhawanipur, and child sex ratio is approximately 750, lower than state average of 846.
36.(A) Mamaria Asampur, (B) Kadhu (Bhawanipur)-Name of Gram Panchyat- Mamaria Asampur
Former VDC: Pipara Simara, Jitpur Bhawanipur, Chhata Pipra, Phattepur, Dumbarwana, Ratnapuri, Bharatganj Singaul, Kakadi, Kolhabi, Prasona, Sapahi
The famous Someshwar Shiv Madir, is located at Areraj which is at a 15-minute drive from Bhawanipur.
Bhawanipur (community development block) is one of the administrative divisions of Purnia district in the Indian state of Bihar.
Bhawanipur Education Society College (or Bhawanipur College) is an undergraduate college affiliated with the University of Calcutta in Kolkata, India. It is a private co-educational college. It is located at 5, Lala Lajpat Rai Sarani (Elgin Road) of Bhowanipore area of Kolkata.
As per orders of Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, 15. Kesaria (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: Kesaria community development block; Uttari Bariyaria, Paschhimi Madhubani, Uttari Madhubani, Dakshini Madhubani, Purbi Madhubani, Bhatwalia, Barwa, Bariyaria Tolarajpur, Uttari Bhawanipur, Dakshini Bhawanipur and Dumariya gram panchayats of Sangrampur CD Block; Dilawarpur, Rajpur, Darmaha, Raghunathpur, Medan Sirisiya and Pipra
Gaura Bauram and Kiratpur community development blocks; Kothram, jamalpur, Bauram, Neuri, Bhawanipur, Rohar Mahmuda, Parri, Itwa Shivnagar, Supaul, Biraul, Sahsaram,and Saho gram panchayats of Biraul CD Block.