Synonyms for fatepur or Related words with fatepur

puraini              sankarpur              puraina              mustqil              kalikapur              bibipur              kathora              balua              pargaon              pimpalgaon              gabberia              pokhariya              ramchandrapur              ganeshpur              madhau              bujurg              shankarpur              bishunpur              purbba              takli              kendua              gokulpur              madhabpur              ibrahimpur              ehatmali              pipariya              kutubpur              shekhpura              nagla              sonbarsa              radhakantapur              debipur              lalpur              rukunpur              sakhuwa              jagadishpur              jambudi              gopalnagar              bahadurpur              dakha              jafarpur              maheshpur              ramkrishnapur              prempur              devisthan              parsauni              paterwa              dilawarpur              bishunpura              tajpur             



Examples of "fatepur"
The literacy rate of Fatepur Union is 50.2% (Male-53.5%, Female-47.4%).
Gram panchayats of Falta block/panchayat samiti are: Banganagar I, Banganagar II, Belsingha I, Belsingha II, Chaluari, Debipur, Falta, Fatepur, Gopalpur, Harindanga I, Harindanga II, Mallickpur and Noapukuria.
Gram panchayats of Haringhata block/ panchayat samiti are: Birohi 1, Birohi 2, Fatepur, Haringhata 1, Harinhgata 2, Kastodanga 1, Kastodanga 2, Mollabelia, Nagarukhra 1 and Nagarukhra 2.
Villages in Morgram gram panchayat are: Morgram, Dumaipur, Gangadda, Udaynagar, Sitalpara, Kharugram, Buzrak Fatepur, Pauli, Thakurpara, Ekrakhi, Bhola, Kaiar, Saorail, Gokulta, Chak Mathurpur, Surjyapur, Bhurkunda, and Nachna.
Census towns in Falta CD Block (2011 census figures in brackets): Hasimnagar (5,267), Baneshwarpur (4,741), Chandpala Anantapathpur (5,286) and Fatepur (8,105).
Fatepur Union () is a union of Mirzapur Upazila, Tangail District, Bangladesh. It is situated 11 km north of Mirzapur and 22 km southeast of Tangail, The district headquarter.
Large villages under Lalgola CD Block were (2011 population figures in brackets): Maia (15,131), Bayra (15,259), Paharpur (13,368), Amarkunda (5,605), Makimnagar (4,057), Ilimpur (6,204), Nasipur (8,696), Syampur (4,443), Rajarampur (10,528), Paikpara (12,138), Nadaipur (9,401), Basui (4,676), Upar Fatepur (7,142), Krishnapur (19,462), Ramchandrapur (4,358), Karttickpur (5,687), Kalmegha (8,176), Bansgara (8,671), Lalgola (31,698), Hazi Mahammadpur (4,227), Paschim Durbarpara (5,056), Krishnapur Dinurpara (7,502), Brahimottar Manick Chak (7,800), Bajupur Madhupur (9,771), Diar Fatepur (10,536) and Sites Nagar (7,123).
On the order of his "Murshid", he traveled to the Punjab side of the Thal Desert. He came in the "Chaubara" Tehsil District of Layyah "Fateh Pur" Stop. His shrine is now present in Fatepur. He is Majzoob.
The main city of the Sagarmāthā Zone is Rajbiraj which is also the headquarters. Other towns of the Sagarmāthā hill area are Katari, Okhaldhunga, Diktel, Salleri and Namche Bazaar; while Kathauna, Lahan, Fatepur, Rajbiraj and Siraha are in the outer Terai. Triyuga is an emerging city in the zone.
Rural area under Haringhata block consists of ten gram panchayats, viz. Berohi–I, Haringhata–I, Kastodanga–II, Nagarukhra–I, Berohi–II, Haringhata–II, Mollabelia, Fatepur, Kastodanga–I and Nagarukhra–lI. There is two urban area in this Block with consists towns: Haringhata & Nagarukhra Haringhata police station serves this block. Headquarters of this block is in Subarnapur.
Large villages in Haringhata CD Block were (2011 census figures in brackets): Chandirampur (4,740), Narayanpur (4,548), Uttar Datta Para (5,430), Uttar Brahmapur (5,371), Subuddipur (6,051), Sekendarpur (7,917), Kathdanga (7,417), Mollabalia (5,889), Ganguria (4,291), Fatepur (5,093), Barasat (4,046), Ukrah (13,548), Goaldob (4,883) and Dighalgram (5,390).
The boundaries of the ward are: Southern bank of Hooghly River and Garden Reach Road are in the north. Bichali Ghat Lane, Dhankheti Khal, Mudiali 1st Lane and Fatepur 2nd Lane are in the east. Panchanantala Lane and Monsha Row Bye Lane are in the south. Mudialy Road is in the west.
Large villages in Pursurah CD Block (2011 census figures in brackets) : Soaluk (9,196), Baikunthapur (8,794), Kulbatpur (4,039), Paschimpara (4,829), Nimdangi (4,739), Jangalpara (9,239), Pursurah (7,225), Shrirampur (7,490), Rautara (4,626), Saidpur (4,629), Akri Fatepur (4,776), Chilladangi (7,492), Bara Digrui (4,739), Ghol Digrui (6,699) and Shyampur (6,719).
Large villages in Jaynagar I CD Block (2011 census figures in brackets): Padmerhat (5,184), Tajpur Fatepur (6,156), Ramkrishnapur (4,421), Beladanga (4,754), Harinarayanpur (4,025), Jangalia (6,366), Srikrishnanagar (5,064), Purba Gabberia (12,283), Tilpi (13,350), Charaghat (5,837), Rajpur Korabag (7,142), Bantra (12,508), Kamaria (26,575) and Gobindapur (4,890).
The boundaries of the ward are: S.A. Farooquie Road (Akra Road) and Mudialy Road are in the north. Bichali Ghat Lane, Dhankheti Khal, Mudiali Road and Fatepur 2nd Lane are in the east. Ramdas Hati mouza is in the south. Shimpukur Lane and Santoshpur Road are in the west.
Rural area under Falta block consists of 13 gram panchayats, viz. Banganagar–I, Chaluari, Gopalpur, Noyapukuria, Banganagar–II, Debipur, Harindanga–I, Belsingha–I, Falta, Harindanga–II, Belsingha–II, Fatepur and Mallikpur. There is no urban area under this block. Falta police station serves this block. Headquarters of this block is in Chaberia.
Fatepur First High School () is a public secondary school in Naogaon Sadar Upazila, Naogaon District, Bangladesh. It was established in 1976. It runs from third grade to the tenth grade. The exertion of establishing a secondary school in Fatehpur was taken by Abdul Jalil, who was the deputy collector of Naogaon and supervisor of Gaza society of that time. By his efforts some landowners, rich people and farmers gave financial assistance.
Born in Fatepur Village of district Bhadrak, Odisha, India. He obtained his master's degree in Oriya from Vishwa Bharati University, Shantiniketan, India. Later he got his D. Litt. from Utkal University, Odisha. He had been appointed first as a lecturer in Vishwa Bharati University in 1960. For many years he headed the Dept. of Oriya at Gangadhar Meher College (Autonomous) in Sambalpur, Odisha from which he retired in 1996.
Large villages in Tehatta I CD Block were (2011 census figures in brackets): Dhopahat (4,711), Chanderghat (8,399), Khaspu (4,210), Shyamnagar (7,470), Nischintapur (5,065), Chilakhali (4,759), Fatepur (4,131), Kanainagar (4,158), Rajapur (4,315), Chhitka (4,455), Mrigi (6,030),Kamalesh(6,030A) ,Binodnagar (6,059), Haripur (4,564), Mobarakpur (6,977), Betai (20,774), Karaigachhi (4,226), Betai Jitpur (14,193), Bagakhali (5,393), Jitpur (4,779), Tehatta (21,093), Natna (4,634), Taranipur (7,162), Puthimari (9,157) and Pathar Ghata (16,219).
Villages in Nala CD Block are: Basudih, Khuriam, Shaldahi, Bamundia, Afzalpur, Agaiya, Amjuria, Amlajora, Amlajuri, Andarsola, Ank Pokhariya, Aranga Kasta, Asanjori, Babupur, Badalpur, Badhanagar, Badurmara, Baghakuri, Baghatana, Baghchhera, Bahadurdi, Bairagidih, Balichur, Banberiya, Bandardiha, Bandlako, Bando, Bank, Bankasemal, Bankhet, Bara Rampur, Baragholjor, Baralia, Baratanr, Bardhandangal, Barghariya, Barkurichak, Barmasia, Begejuri, Behrakundi, Beldanga, Benagaria, Bhaga, Bhaljuriya, Bhandar Kola, Bhandarbera, Bhelaberiya, Bhero, Bhogikata, Bhuli, Brindaboni, Chak Kasitanr, Chak Katoria, Chak Nayapara, Chak Thari, Chakkandarkuri, Chandadhara Chak, Chhota Rampur, Chhotagholjor, Chhotalia, Chichurbil, Chihutia, Chital Kanali, Chunkudar, Dabar, Dainghati, Dalabar, Dalaibhita, Damodarganj, Darar, Debalkunda, Debjor, Deoli, Dhabnand Chak Geteajuri, Dhaoyatanr, Dhobna Urf Kalajharia, Dimjuri, Dumaria, Dumariya, Dumdumi, Eklabpur, Fatepur, Garajuriya Urf Bheladih, Gardoara, Geria, Ghat Sagariya, Ghoradaha, Ghormara, Ghutbana, Godopial, Gopalpur, Gramdanga, Habuchak, Hadalbank, Haripur, Harnandanpur, Hathiya Pathar, Hesaltanr, Hidaljori, Hijaljuri, Husunnagar, Indkuri, Indurhir, Jabardaha, Jadunandanpur, Jagannathpur, Jagannathpur, Jambad, Jambedia, Jambediya, Jamdahi, Jamjoria, Jamkanali, Jarkuri, Jaspur, Jhaldumaria, Jibanpur, Jorasimul, Jorkuri, Juridangal, Kali Pathar, Kaliapathar, Kalipathar, Kallathol, Kamrajpahari, Kamubediya, Kapasdanga, Kareyachak Baghmara, Karrabad, Kasta, Kebaljoriya, Kenduya, Kenduyatanr, Kenduyatanr Chhit, Kesiya, Kesori, Khaira, Khairbani, Kharberiya, Kharikabad, Kharimali Rampur, Kharna Chak, Kharubazar, Khola Khamar, Khuriano, Kolidi, Kolkunda, Krisnapur, Kuchakunri, Kuldangal, Kumirdaha, Kumrachak, Kunjabana, Kuraljoria, Kurthibhita, Kusumdaha, Lachhumanpur, Lachhuraydi, Lakhanpur, Lakhiabad, Lakhiyara, Lakrakonda, Madhsa, Madhuban, Magura, Mahidnagar, Mahisamura, Mahujuri, Mahulbana, Majhladi, Maldiha, Malipahari, Manihari, Maralai, Mathura, Mathuradih, Mathurakuri, Maurbasa, Mohanpur, Mukundadi, Muraam, Murgabani, Nala, Nalhati, Narithol, Nauadi, Naudiha, Nerosibtala, Niljuria, Nimbera, Nischintapur, Noadip Chak, Nutandi, Nutandih, Pachatali, Pachatali, Pagla, Pahargara, Paharpur, Pakarkuri, Pakbara, Pakuria, Pakurmadhu Urf Ghusrukata, Palan, Palasthali, Panchmohali, Panjania, Paradal, Pariharpur, Patharghata, Patharjoria, Patuliya, Patuyasol, Payrakhop, Phasiadangal, Phutabandh, Phutberiya, Piarsola, Pindargaria, Pipra, Punasia, Radhaballavpur, Raghunath Chak, Raghunathpur, Rakh, Rangasol, Ranidi, Ratni Chak, Roharabani, Sagjuriya, Saharjoriya, Saharpur, Saldahi, Salkunda, Saluka, Sangajuri, Santaldih, Sarbediya, Sareskunda, Sendur Khaniya, Shibdangal, Sima, Sitamuri, Siyaljuri, Siyarketiya, Sripur, Suka, Sultanpur, Sundarbari, Sundarpur, Suriyapani, Tarachutia, Tarra, Tesjoria, Tilabani, Tuskuthi and Ukhulgara.