Synonyms for dharmpur or Related words with dharmpur

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Dharmpur is mainly famous for its temple. At a distance of 68 kilometers from Mandi on (Mandi-Jalandhar NH-70) Dharmpur is a sub-tehsil of Mandi district. It is mainly famous for temple of Baba Kamlahia, Jalpa Mata and 'Kandhapattan' famous for crematorium are located in Dharmpur sub-division.
Dharmpur Himachal railway station is a small railway station in Solan district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The station lies on UNESCO World Heritage Site Kalka–Shimla Railway. Dharmpur railway station is located at an altitude of above mean sea level. It was allotted the railway code of DMP under the jurisdiction of Ambala railway division. The narrow gauge Kalka-Shimla Railway was constructed by Delhi-Ambala-Kalka Railway Company and opened for traffic in 1903. In 1905 the line was regauged to gauge.
Anarmani, Bahundangi, Baiagundhara, Balubari, Baniyani, Bhadrapur Municipality, Birtamod Municipality, Budhabare, Chakchaki, Chandragadhi, Charpane, Damak Municipality, Dangibari, Dhaijan, Dharmpur, Duhagadhi, Garamani, Gauradaha Municipality, Gauriganj, Gherabari, Goldhhap, Haldibari, Jalthal, Jyamirgadhi, Kankai Municipality, Kechana, Khajurgachhi, Khudunabari, Korobari, Kumarkhod, Lakhanpur, Mahabhara, Maheshpur, Mechinagar Municipality, Panchganchi, Pathabhari, Pathariya, Prithivinagar, Rajghadh, Shivasatakshi Municipality , Shani-Arjun Municipality, Shantinagar, Sharanamati, Taghanduba, Topgachchi
Kanchan Rup is a Municipality in Saptari District in the Sagarmatha Zone of south-eastern Nepal. This municipality was formed on 18 May 2014 by merging nine villages around it i.e. Baramjhiya, Badgama, Theliya, Jagatpur, Kanchanpur, Pipra (Purba), Rupnagar, Dharmpur and Ghoghanpur. The office of the municipality is set-up at Kanchanpur Barrier.
Panchayats in Jamua CD Block are: Karihari, Chungalkhar, Pandedih, Palmo, Fataha, Dhuraita, Remba, Dhotho, Shali, Pindarsot, Baddiha, Dhurgadgi, Tara, Chunglo, Kendua, Chachghara, Charghara, Jaridih, Nawadih, Harladih, Pobi, Chakmanjo, Kharagdiha, Jagranathdih, Tikamagha, Magha Kala, Pratappur, Balgo, Dharmpur, Medho Chaparkho, Lataki, Chorgata, Goro, Siyatand, Chilga, Nawdiha, Kurhobindo, Malutand, Chitardih, Karodih and Behrabad.
Large villages in Gaighata CD Block were (2011 census fgures in brackets): Hanspur (4,113), Patabuka (4,845), Dharmpur (5,090), Jaleshwar (5,602), Narikela (5,222), Rampur (6,936), Ichhapur (5,999), Karola (4,127), Bagchara (5,745), Phulsara (8,716), Mondalpara (5,607), Angrail (6,978), Barnagaria (4,789), Bishnupur (4,119), Barasat (7,441), Panchpota (8,312) and Ramnagar (4,521).
Mandi District was formed by amalgamation of the erstwhile princely states of Mandi and Suket on the formation of Himachal Pradesh on 15 April 1948. Since then, it is serving as the district headquarters of the Mandi District. Mandi district comprises 7 Tehsils namely Joginder Nagar, Sarkaghat, Sunder Nagar, Sadar Mandi, Chachyot, Thunag, Karsog and 9 Sub-Tehsils, i.e., Ladbharol, Padher, Sandhole, Dharmpur, Baldwara, Nihri, Kotli, Aut, Bali Chowki.
Sihari Ladda 1.7 km, Bhoor Maresi 2.0 km, Fatehpur Natha 2.7 km, Dhakia Naroo 3.7 km, Sherpur Mafi 3.8 km, Mankoola 4.4 km, Mundia Raja 4.6 km, Allahdadpur Khem Urf Raipur 5.0 km, Bagpura 5.0 km, Nagalia Jat 5.4 km, Hathipur Bahauddin 5.6 km, Harora 5.9 km, Rustampur Khas 6.0 km, Udranpur Chak Urf Beerampur 6.5 km, Baniather 6.7 km, Gwar Khera 6.8 km, Khata 7.0 km, Karsara 7.3 km, Khawri Avwal 7.4 km, Malhpur Singhari 7.9 km, Hajipur 8.0 km, Sanai 8.3 km, Bagrava 9.1 km, Devipura Nagla 9.4 km, Sarai Jwalapuri 9.4 km, Seondara 9.5 km, Pipli Chak 9.8 km, Changeri 10.0 km, Malhpur Jannoo 10.5 km, Jasrathpur 10.5 km, Ratanpur Seondara 10.7 km, Mithan Mauza 10.8 km, Baqenia Chandpur10.8 km, Rajthal 11.1 km, Berni 11.4 km, Nosna Seodara 11.5 km, Ramnagar Gangpur 11.5 km, Dammunagla Urf Dampura 11.7 km, Gaura Shahgarh 11.7 km, Lakhneta 12.6 km, Gurgaon 12.7 km, Paiga Rafatpur 12.9 km, Bicheta Qazi 13.0 km, Mangoopura 13.4 km, Sisona 13.5 km, Deora Khas 13.6 km, Kurh Fatehgarh 14.5 km, Allahdadpur Karar 14.6 km, Bhagatpur Mirzapur 14.7 km, Jahangeerpur 14.9 km, Dharampur Kuraiya 15.7 km, Reeth 15.9 km, Malhpur Bhawani16.1 km, Atwa 16.8 km, Faizullapur 16.8 km, Dharmpur Ratta 17.2 km, Darni 17.4 km, Bahoranpur Seondara 17.4 km, Gursari 17.8 km, Chhawara 18.4 km, Mundiakhera 18.5 km, Balkaranpur 20.2 km, Khabaria 20.5 km, Safilpur 24.4 km, Samathal 25.7 km, Dhanupura 28.9 km,
Kanchapur being the central and developed part of the municipality where Barrier(now Beriyar), Main market, Hatiya and all major government offices are included. People from kanchanpur (then VDC) have attempted to name the municipality KANCHANPUR. Since this municipality was formed on 18 May 2014 by merging nine villages around it those areBaramjhiya, Badgama, Theliya, Jagatpur, Kanchanpur, Pipra (Purba), Rupnagar, Dharmpur and Ghoghanpur, people from Rupnagar agigated by the decision once made to name it Kanchanpur. Though other eight villages which were also merged and have very equal contribution in development and land area as that of Rupnagar hadn't have anything to do with naming hence did not take part in the movement to change the name of the municipality. Once for a while, the municipality was named as Rupkanchan. The controversy started as the Rupkanchan was attempted to put on. Many believe that the influence of people from Rupnagar to higher designation in several ministries and departments was the main cause for the controversy to come into existence. Later, huge pressure and attempts from the public of kanchanpur got the name changed from Rupkanchan to Kanchanrup. The people believe justice has been done to some extent.