Synonyms for chakia or Related words with chakia
Examples of "chakia"
is a nagar panchayat, and the sub-divisional headquarters of
tehsil in Chandauli district of Varanasi Division in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Number of tehsils : 4 : Chandauli, Sakaldeeha, Mughalsarai and
may mean: rural. It, sometimes, is written as Chakiya.
is one of the important and commercial towns and a Nagar Panchayat in Purvi Champaran district in the state of Bihar, India.
is sub divisional headquarter town and also block headquarter. During the British rule, Champaran Sugar Mill was founded in 1905. sugar cane mill is now defunct since 1995.
is one of the many gateways to nearby villages. Cloths and food grain traded between near by villages and
now is a rapidly growing town.
has many old and famous places of worship like Shree Rani Sati Mandir, Baudhi Devi Mandir, Balkhana Devi Mandir, Durga Mandir, Maruti Mandir (Bife Bazaar), Hanumaan Mandir (Bara Bazaar), Noori Masjid (Near Railway Station), Jama Masjid and many more. The town down area of
are Keshria Road, Sahebganj Road, Station Road, Motihari Road, Hospital Road and Madhuban Road. There areas are densely populated with small shops as well as branded or non-branded shop selling various types of goods and services. The associate Post Office is called Bara
. This town is served by a broad gauge train and connected by NH-28. The railway station is called
. It is also the closest railway station to Kesaria Stupa, a Buddhist pilgrimage site.
The nearest railway station from
is Mughal Sarai, approximately 29 km away.
Baburi Bazar is the most popular market of Chandauli District which is located in the centre of
, Mughalsarai, Chandauli Market and Dharauli. It lies between
and Mughalsarai. Tourists coming to Rajdari and Devdari never forget to buy sweet and famous Gulabjamun of this market.
has Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary, in the hills of Vindhyas. The Sanctuary is approximately 50 kilometers south from Varanasi.
had a population of 20,686. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%.
has an average literacy rate of 51%, lower than the national average of 59.5%; with male literacy of 60% and female literacy of 40%. 20% of the population is under 6 years of age.
In British India
was part of the Banaras State and was one of the tehsils of Mirzapur district.
stretches from Gangetic plains to the center of Vindhyas plateau. A good part of the tehsil lies on the Vindhya plateau.
India census, According to the Government of India (2011 census), the
Nagar Panchayat had a population of 17,356 of which 9,050 were males and 8,306 were females.
Population of children aged 0-6 years was 2,440 which is 14.06 % of total population of the Nagar Panchayat. Sex ratio was 918 females per 1,000 males against state average of 912 females per 1,000 males. Moreover Child sex ratio in
was around 883:1,000 compared to Uttar Pradesh's average of 902:1,000. Literacy rate of was 75.90 % higher than state average of 67.68 %. In
, male literacy was around 81.43 % while female literacy rate was 69.91 %.
As per orders of Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, 17. Pipra (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following:
(Pipra), Tetaria and Mehsi community development blocks.
National Highway 28 starts at the junction with National Highway 31 near Barauni and passes north-west through Samastipur, Muzaffarpur, Motipur, Mehsi and
, turns westwards about before Motihari, again becomes north-west bound near Gopalganj and leaves the state past Kuchai Kot to enter Uttar Pradesh. National Highway 28 is - long in Bihar.
Kesaria Stupa has a height of . Kesaria is 110 km from Patna, in the East Champaran district of Bihar. One can reach here by flying to Patna and driving for another 3–4 hours. Alternatively, one can take a direct train "Sapt Kranti Express" to
from New Delhi and drive 30 minutes further.
Hussaini lies on the Bihar State highway, SH-74 - the only road that links Kesaria Stupa with Motihari fairly. The village has a nearby Railway Station
. It is 7 km far from nearest city Kesariya and Kesariya Stupa. The associate post office is in its own area known as Hussaini Sub Post Office with the PIN code 845423.
The word "bayar" is said to mean seed bed in Hindi, and it is suggested that they may have acquired this name on account of their occupation as cultivators of rice and constructers of embankments. . The Bayar are still found mainly in Varanasi District, in and
and Chandauli. A big number are also found in Mirzapur Sone bhadra District. They speak Awadhi.
Most of the area currently known as Varanasi was acquired by Mansa Ram, a zamindar of Utaria. Balwant Singh, the ruler of Utaria in 1737, took over the territories of Jaunpur, Varanasi and Chunar in 1740 from the Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah of Delhi. The Kingdom of Benaras started in this way during the Mughal dynasty. Other places under the kingship of Kashi Naresh were Chandauli, Gyanpur,
, Latifshah, Mirzapur, Nandeshwar, Mint House and Vindhyachal.
It is located at a distance of 60 km from Vaishali and at a distance of 120 km from Patna, the capital of Bihar and 90 km from Raxaul.Its exact location is at Janaki Nagar near Kesaria in North Bihar. It will be spread over an area of 200 acres at Bahuara-Kathwalia villages on Kesariya-
road in East Champaran district. It will be 2800 ft in length, 1400 ft in width and 405 ft in height.
The kingdom of Benares currently known as Varanasi was recaptured from Nawab of Oudh by Mansa Ram, a Gautama clan Bhumihar zamindar of Utaria. In 1737 AD Balwant Singh, ruler of Utaria, later captured the territories of Jaunpur, Varanasi and Chunar in 1740 AD from the Mughal Emperor of Delhi. The Kingdom of Benaras started to hold prominence in this way during the Mughal dynasty. Other prominent places under the kingship of Kashi Naresh were Chandauli, Gyanpur,
, Latifshah, Mirzapur, Nandeshwar, Mint House and Vindhyachal.
He was born on 7 July 1934 in village
of Ballia district in eastern Uttar Pradesh. He completed his graduation from uday pratap college varanasi. He passed M.A from Kashi Hindu Vishwavidyalaya and did his Ph.D from the same University. In Gorakhpur, he spent some time as a Hindi Teacher and went to Jawaharlal Nehru University, where he served as a professor and the head of department of Hindi Language in Indian Languages Center and retired as a professor from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.Today, he lives in saket New Delhi.
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