Synonyms for bishanpur or Related words with bishanpur

gokulpur              ibrahimpur              sonbarsa              hariharpur              shankarpur              bahadurpur              belgachhi              kadipur              parsauni              pratappur              manpur              bhimpur              gobindpur              bishunpur              kutubpur              sankarpur              puraini              meerpur              gurudaspur              aurahi              lalpur              bhagwanpur              laxmipur              sonapur              pargaon              fattepur              lingampalle              sakhuwa              mustqil              jitpur              puraina              shivpur              hasanpur              pimpari              devgaon              rasulpur              bishunpura              husainpur              tajpur              paterwa              gopalnagar              katunje              madanpur              gopalpura              begampur              dumariya              rukunpur              talode              bhawanipur              paharpur             



Examples of "bishanpur"
Panchayats in Kumarkhand community development block are: Bishanpur Sarhad, Bishanpur Bazar, Puraini, Parmanandpur, Lakshmipur Bhagwati, Ramnagar Mahesh, Tengraha Sikiyaha, Rauta, Tengraha Parihari, Sihpur Gadhiya, Lakshmipur Chandisthan, Rahta, Belari, Bishanpur Korlahi, Ranipatti Sukhasan, Kumarkhand, Israin Khurd, Mangarwara, Israni Bela, Israin kala and Baishadh.
Bishanpur is a village in Kapurthala district of Punjab State, India. It is located from Kapurthala, which is both district and sub-district headquarters of Bishanpur. The village is administrated by a sarpanch, an elected representative of the village.
Bishanpur is surrounded by Pathna Block towards west, Udhwa Block towards North, Farakka Block towards East, Barhait Block towards west. Pakaur, Dhulian, Paschim Punropara, Sahibganj are the nearby Cities to Bishanpur.
Suryagarha comprises CD Blocks Pipariya, Suryagarha, Chanan; Gram Panchayats Garhi Bishanpur, Khagaur & Mahisona of Lakshisarai CD Block.
Haque was murdered Bishanpur (Kalyanpur-2) in May 2013. He was 55 years old at the time.
According to the report published by Census India in 2011, Bishanpur has a total number of 292 houses and population of 1,479 of which include 732 males and 747 females. Literacy rate of Bishanpur is 78.74%, higher than state average of 75.84%. The population of children under the age of 6 years is 157 which is 10.62% of total population of Bishanpur, and child sex ratio is approximately 1039, higher than state average of 846.
Nearby villages include Parihar (4 km), Pipra, Bishanpur (4.8 km), Betaha (4.8 km), Manpaur (5.8 km), Banauli (6.6 km).
Other villages in Parihar Tehsil include Baburban, Baya, Bela, Machhpakauni, Bherrahiya, Bishanpur and Dhanaha. Other villages in 843324 are Bela, Machhpakauni, Mahadeopatti, Parsa, Indarwa and Parihar.
Bishanpur is a village located in Pathna taluk, Sahibganj district, Jharkhand, India. This place is in the border of the Sahebganj District and Murshidabad District. It is near to the West Bengal state border.
Rural area under Chanchal–II block consists of seven gram panchayats, viz. Bhakri, Dhangara–Bishanpur, Gourhanda, Kshempur, Chandrapara, Jalalpur and Malatipur. Chanchal police station serves this block. Headquarters of this block is in Malatipur.
As per Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, 24. Bathnaha (Vidhan Sabha constituency) (SC) is composed of the following: Bathnaha and Majorganj community development blocks; Bagha, Khap Khopraha, Marpa, Kanhauli, Kachor, Bhutahi, Madhesra, Ghurghura, Hanuman Nagar and Bishanpur Gonahi gram panchayats of Sonbarsha CD Block.
As per Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, No. 148 Alauli (Vidhan Sabha constituency) comprises the following: Alauli community development blocks; Baraiy, Rani Sakar-Pura, Belasimri, Olapur Gangour, Tetarabad, Jalkoura, Janhagira and Dhusmuri Bishanpur gram panchayats of Khagaria CD Block.
Bishanpur is a village in Tehsil Phagwara, Kapurthala district, in Punjab, India. It is located away from sub-district headquarter Phagwara and 43 km away from district headquarter Kapurthala. The village is administrated by a sarpanch, an elected representative of the village.
Phagwara Junction Railway Station, Mauli Halt Railway Station are the very nearby railway stations to Bishanpur however, Jalandhar City Rail Way station is 23 km away from the village. The village is 118 km away from Raja Sansi Airport in Amritsar and the another nearest airport is Ludhiana Airport in Ludhiana which is located 40 km away from the village.
In olden times Bishanpur village was one of the biggest trading center of Barharwa. Now people go to Kendua for shopping, which is 1 km away. Every Saturday there will be Haat (small market) in Kendua. In Namste Road one post office is there. Most of the people have their own small field for cultivation.
Pakur is a centre of mining of black stone which is in great demand in the construction industry. There are four circles for mining of stone – Pakur, Hiranpur, Mahespur and Pakuria. Stone chips are mined in Hiranpur circle at villages such as Anguthia, Belpahari, Bhandaro, Bishanpur, Dharni Pahar, Dhowapahar, Fatehpur, Ganeshpur, Hathigarh, Harinduba, Jiyajori, Karanpura, Maharo, Mansighpur, Murgadanga, Pipaljoria, Pokharia, Pratappur, Ramakura, Rani Kola, Rajipur, Shiwlidanga, Silpahari, Suraidanga, Shaharpur, Talpahari and Vanpohira.
Pakur is a centre of mining of black stone which is in great demand in the construction industry. There are four circles for mining of stone – Pakur, Hiranpur, Mahespur and Pakuria. Stone chips are mined in Pakur circle at villages such as Barhabad, Barmesia, Matiyara, Basmata, Bishanpur, Durgapur, Gokulpur, Harirampur, Jogigaria, Kalidaspur, Kashila, Kanhupur, Khaprajora, Kulapahari, Kusmadanga, Kumarpur, Lakhipahari, Malpahari, Mangalpara, Mateyapahari, Patrapahari, Piplajori, Rajbandh, Ramchandrapur, Ramnagar, Saharkol, Salboni, Sitagarh, Sonajori, Sree Rampur, Sundarpahari and Takatola.
As per Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, No. 144 Matihani (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: Matihani and Shambo Akha Kurha community development blocks; Kaithma, Laduwara, Bhairwar, Chilmil, Dumri, Ulao, Sighaul, Pachmba, Mahmadpur Raghunathpur, Mohan Eghu, Shahpur, Bishanpur, Dhabauli, Bindpur, Puspura, Bahadarpur, Amraur Kiratpur, Rachiyahi gram panchayats of Begusarai CD Block; Barauni IOC Township (CT); and Keshawe, Noorpur, Mahna and Mosadpur gram panchayats of Barauni CD Block.
Further divided into 18 blocks. The blocks are Darbhanga, Jale, Singhwara, Keoti, Manigachhi, Tardih (newly formed divided from manigachi block), Alinagar, Benipur,Ashapur, Behera, Basuham, Bahadurpur, Hanuman Nagar, Hayaghat, Baheri, Biraul, Ghanshyampur, Kiratpur, Gaura Bauram, Kusheswarasthan, and Kusheswarasthan East. This district has 329 Panchayats, 1269 villages & 23 Police Stations. Some of the villages are Habibhouar, Bauram, Goramansingh,Hariharpur, Pindaruch, Devkuli Dham, Paithan Kabai, Baqui pur, Maheshpatti, Kaligaon, Kansi, Pandaol, Panchobh, Rajarouly-Rampur rouly,Balbhadrapur, Gobindpur, Darhar, Koilakh, Karaj, Nehra, Sahora, Kabilpur, Bahadurpur, Anandpur, Shri Rampur, Deokuli, Rambhadrapur, Ughara, Patore, Ghanshyampur (famous for Higher cadre services),Rasiari,Galma Mohanpur, Brahampur, Kamtol, Kothram, Dodhiya, Balha, Dheruk, Mahinam, Pohaddi, Sakhwar(famous for Mandan Mishra), Tatuar, Antaur,Aundauly (famous for milk production by surender kumar jha) Muraitha, Kathra, lahta, Tumaul, Nawada, Ghonghia (famous for Makhana), Beloune, Makrampur, Sajhuar, Putai, Garoul,Dadpatti,kasrour, Kurson Nadiyami, Thengha,Basant,better known as Kharka Basant near Jale,Patory Basant near(Bishanpur).
The Muker in Bihar claim to be descendants of early Arab settlers, whose initial area of settlement in South Asia was the Makran region. According to their tradition they arrived in Bihar during the period of Khilji ruler, and were initially known as Makrani, which was eventually shortened to Muker. They are found in Bhagalpur and Deogarh Darbhanga (Simri, Rampura, Dharnipatti, Kelwagachhi, Karamganj, Harchanda, Sidaspur, Kharaj villages), Supual(Jadia, Phulkaha, Raghunathpur, Parsa Grahi, Baghelwi, Tamua, Koriapatti, Chikni, Manganj, Kokraha Tribeni Ganj, Chunni, Soharwa, Kushar, Parsa Tappu, Barmotra and Triveniganj villages), Madhepura (Bishanpur, Tikulia, Rmnagar, Gardoal, Rahta, Lakshmipur, Puraini, Gada, Pathraha Kajra Pakri Villages) Madhubani (Aunsi, Nayatola, Kabai, Shakri) and Saharsa districts, and in Bhagalpur are found in the settlements of Amarpur, Sabour, Shahkind, Barahat and Banka. They speak both Urdu and the local Angika language.