Synonyms for gokulpur or Related words with gokulpur

venkatapur              shankarpur              puraini              madanpur              lalpur              gopalnagar              lingampalle              kadipur              belgachhi              ibrahimpur              bahadurpur              meerpur              sonbarsa              bishanpur              bhimpur              dilawarpur              sundarpur              pratappur              bhagwanpur              kalinagar              bishunpur              ramchandrapur              parsauni              madhabpur              prempur              mallapur              hasanpur              laxmipur              rajarampur              sankarpur              sonapur              mangalpur              gobindpur              fattepur              kutubpur              dumariya              kalikapur              ganeshpur              serpur              sakhuwa              bajitpur              mallikpur              dumra              kulathur              karisalkulam              muthuvalloor              debipur              bhanpur              fulbari              jagadishpur             



Examples of "gokulpur"
The main occupation for the people of Gokulpur is agriculture.
Panskura, Khirai, Haur, Radhamohanpur, Duan, Balichak, Shyamchak, Madpur, Jakpur, Kharagpur, Giri Maidan, Gokulpur, Cossye, Midnapur
Gram panchayats of Patashpur I block/ panchayat samiti are: Amarshi I, Amarshi II, Barhat, Brajalalpur, Chistipur I, Chistipur II, Gokulpur, Gopalpur and Naipur.
Gram panchayats of Swarupnagar block/ panchayat samiti are: Balti Nityanandakati, Bithari Hakimpur, Kaijuri, Swarupnagar Banglani, Charghat, Saguna, Bankra Gokulpur, Gobindapur, Sharapul Nirman and Tepur Mirzapur.
Large villages (with 4,000+ population) in Patashpur I CD Block (2011 census figures in brackets): Amarpur (4,388), Gokulpur (5,967), Selmabad (5,266), Gopalpur (4,405) and Taladiha (4,599).
Gokulpur is located at . It is located in the Chanditall–II community development block under the Srirampore subdivision of the Hooghly district. Chanditala police station serves this Village.
Dhamdaha community development blocks; Banbhag Chunapur, Bithnouli Khemchand East, Bithnouli Khemchand West, Ganeshpur, Gangaili, Gowasi, Kajha, Majra, Parora, Rahuwa, Sahara, Satkodariya, Gokulpur, Jagni and Pothia Rampur of Krityanand Nagar CD Block.
Gokulpur is a village in the Khandar tehsil of the Sawai Madhopur district in Rajasthan, India. It is 60 km from district headquarters. As of 2013 it had a population of 375.
Rural area under Swarupnagar block consists of ten gram panchayats, viz. Balti Nityanandakati, Bithari Hakimpur, Kaijuri, Swarupnagar Banglani, Charghat, Saguna, Bankra Gokulpur, Gobindapur, Sharapul Nirman and Tepur Mirzapur. There is no urban area under this block. Swarupnagar police station serves this block. Headquarters of this block is in Swarupnagar.Swarupnagar now city,Saheed Nurul Islam Mahavidyalaya under Swarupnagar Block.
In 1946, Kharagpur to Kalikunda doubling and Gokulpur to Hijli doubling of 10 miles of railway lines of both projects of Bengal Nagpur Railway were done by Pragji Premji Rathor & Arjan Shivjee Rathor of Khedoi, Narshi Bechar Khodiyar of Anjar and Ranchhod Nanji Tank of Hajapar.
Other villages in Chanditala II CD Block (2011 census figures in brackets): Adan (3,785), Bamandanga (2,743), Bankagachha (2,424), Beledanga (3,777), Benipur (1,161), Chanditala (3,984), Danpatipur (1,768), Duttapur (2,285), Eklakhi (1,783), Gokulpur (560), Jagannathbati (1,846), Khanpur (3,427), Khoragari (1,827), Madhabpur (3,982), Makhalpara (113), Okardaha (2,944), Sahana (1,944), Sanka (1,265) and Thero (3,051).
Large villages in Domkal CD Block were (2011 population figure in brackets): Gokulpur Gobindapur (8,270), Bagharpur Ramna (7,525), Jitpur (11,016), Radhakantapur (4,041), Dhulauri (6.959), Jot Kamal (6,170), Par Raghunathpur (5,802), Taraf Rasulpurpatnipara (19,958), Raypur (13,285), Bhatsala (5,720), Ramna Etbarnagar Basantapur (8,409), Lakshminathpur (10,122), Sibnagar Laskarpur (15,887), Sabdalpur (4,948), Garibpur (12,788), Chandpur (4,879), Pardiar (5,097), Juranpur (5,743), Kusbaria (5,153), Juginda (13,891), Aminabad (10,496), Mamenpur (10,187), Garaimari (29,260), Kuchemora (6,917), Sahadiar (5,275) and Kupila (8,922).
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.
Large villages in Swarupnagar CD Block were (2011 census figures in brackets): Parui (5,454), Kanchdah (6,224), Taranipur (4,569), Gobindapur (5,481), Purba Polta (7,483), Nalabara (7,572), Charghat (6,819), Gopalpur (6,799), Sarapul (8,290), Malanga Para (5,485), Banglani (24,422), Gokulpur (6,638), Galdaha (4,129), Chhota Bankra (4,040), Bara Bankra (6,866), Nirman (5,088), Dattapara (8,532), Bithari (19,287), Hakimpur (10,145), Nityananda Kati (4,190), Balti (4,407), Nabat Kati (4,207), Kaijuri (5,674) and Bhaduria (4,900).
The population of city is around 176140. It is divided into many parts: Harnaut Beech Bazar, NH-30A , NH-31, Harnaut station-Kalyanbigha Rd and Harnaut-Athmalgola Rd. Administrative offices are in Dakbanglow Road. Dakbanglow Road is linked to High School Harnaut, Middle School Harnaut, many tuition centres, a big playground and guest house. Beech Bazar (Central Market Rd) and Cheran Rd is the commercial area of Harnaut. This city is linked to several small roads like - Sartha Rd, Dehra Rd, Swedah Rd, Dwarka Bigha Rd, Gokulpur Rd etc. A small bus stand and a green grocery is located just beside the NH-31.
Saheed Nurul Islam Mahavidyalaya is an undergraduate college, located at Gokulpur-Harishpur near Basirhat in West Bengal, India.It was established in 2001.This college runs by State Government though it is not fully governmental college.This college is affiliated with West Bengal State University though its prematuer state it was affiliated with University of Calcutta.This college offers to 10+2 or its equivalent level students from all over India.It also offers to students through Science and Arts group and students may take with Honourse stream. But the college has facility about Studies more.
Characteristically, each of the Indian villages recognizes a particular deity as the protector of the concerned village and the people of that village get together to worship the deity. Religion, which is deeply instilled in the village life in India, further supports the villagers to consider this as an essential part of village prosperity. The uninterrupted village life in India entertain themselves amidst the colour of the festivals like Diwali, Holi, Dussehra, etc., in the captivating pulse of dance and songs and of course in the emotion of rural theatres as whole also done in the Gokulpur.
Udayaditya Singha became a disciple of Paramananda Sannyasi, an ascetic who hailed of Gokulpur in Vrindaban. In his eagerness to enhance the prestige of his guru, the king ordered all his nobles and the twelve Vaishnava Mahantas or Monks of Thakuria denomination to become disciples of Paramananda Sannyasi. The nobles complied but the twelve Vaishnava Mahantas refused and were imprisoned. The imprisonment angered many including members of the Ahom nobility. Debera Hazarika, an Ahom officer of Lukhurakhun clan organized a plot to overthrow the reigning monarch Udayaditya Singha and place his brother Sarugohain on the throne instead. Accordingly he gathered the support of the three "Dangarias", the Burhagohain, the Borgohain and the Borpatrogohain, and broached the proposal to Sarugohain who readily accepted the offer. The prince gave vent to his resentment on the conduct of Udayaditya Singha,-"The Bairagi has become to my brother, not a mere hermit, but an object of extreme veneration, the Saheb of his head. The "Dangarias" have also accepted initiation from the Bairagi, and the twelve Mahantas have been summoned. Justice cannot tolerate this impious situation." Sarugohain and Debera collected around a thousand men and in November, 1672, they attacked the royal palace at mid-night. After overpowering the royal guards, Udayaditya Singha was seized while his supporters, including Paramananda Sannyasi, were tortured and later killed. Sarugohain entered in the Royal audience-chamber and declared himself the sovereign of Ahom Kingdom.