Synonyms for husainpur or Related words with husainpur
Examples of "husainpur"
roads and main entry gate is very famous in whole district pilibhit.
Famous Gali is Meena Bazaar specially for festival season.
is a town and a nagar panchayat in Pilibhit district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
India census, Nyoria
had a population of 40,782. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Nyoria
has an average literacy rate of 29%, lower than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 37%, and female literacy is 20%. In Nyoria
, 16% of the population is under 6 years of age. It is a minority (Muslim) dominated town. Main source of income of the town is agriculture. This town was famous for the quality of earthen pot and rice. It is 15 km north pf the district center Pilibhit. Neoria Hussain Pur has improved a lot for their clear environment.
The neighbouring villages include Pootha
(1.3 km), Anwarpur (1.5 km), Girdharpur Tumrail (1.9 km), Nizampur(3 km), Nan(2.6 km). Nearest Towns are Hapur (6.3 km), Dhaulana (9.6 km), Bhojpur (14.1 km), Muradnagar (22.4 km). Hapur, Achhaija, Ahmadpur Naya Gaon, Akdauli, Alampur, Allipur Mugalpur are the villages along with this village in the same Hapur Mandal.
Kapurthala Railway station - 1 km, Rail Coach Factory Railway station - 7 km, Khojewala Railway station - 9 km and
Railway station - 10 km are the very nearby railway stations to Thigli, however Jalandhar City Railway station is major railway station is 23 km away from Thigli village.
Extant of Hapur Assembly constituency is PCs Hapur, Sadikpur, Kharkhari, Bhatiyana, Chamri, Harsinghpur, Gondi, Asaura, Peernagar Soodna, Tatarpur, Dadayara, Doyami, Sirodhan, Hafizpur Ubarpur, Baroda Sihani, Dahana, Malakpur of Hapur KC, PCs Hirdaypur, Simrauli, Meerpur Kalan, Kathikhera, Sikanderpur Kakori, Ayadnagar Janoob, Hosdarpur Garhi, Lukhrara, Bachhlota, Nali
, Chhapkauli of Babugarh KC, Babugarh NP & Hapur MB of Hapur Tehsil.
Extant of Barkhera Assembly constituency is KCs Neoria, Pauta Kalan & Nyoria
NP of Pilibhit Tehsil; KC Barkhera & Barkhera NP of Bisalpur Tehsil; PCs Athkona, Abhaipur M.Shahgarh, Karnapur, Itauria J.Biharipur, Dhakia Kesherpur, Shivnagar, Piparia Karam, Pachpera Prahladpur, Pachpera Garha, Prasadpur, Lalpur T.Madhautanda, Burhia J.Itauria, Raipur M.Rampur, Rampura M. Bhabsi, Shahgar & Sandai of West KC of Puranpur Tehsil.
Extant of Dhampur Assembly constituency is KC Sherkot, PCs Ajitpurdasi, Berkhera Tanda, Chak Mohmad Nagar, Jamapur, Jasmor, Manpur Shivpuri, Mitthepur, Moh. Alipur Madho, Mukerpuri, Palanpur, Rasoolpur Mohd. Kuli, Sabdalpur, Saddober, Safiyabad, Salarabad, Seohara of Seohara KC, PCs Amkhera Shanjarpur, Bamnoli, Chakrajmal, Dhampur
, Fatehullapur Khas, Mauzampur Jaitra, Mohri, Mozampur Suraj, Nindru of Dhampur KC, Dhampur MB, Sherkot MB & Seohara MB of Dhampur Tehsil.
India census, Majhola had a population of 21,824. Males constitute 52.45% of the population and females 47.55%. Nyoria
has an average literacy rate of 29%, lower than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 37%, and female literacy is 20%. In Majhola, 16% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Kapurthala Railway station - 1 km, Rail Coach Factory Railway station - 7 km, Khojewala Railway station - 9 km and
Railway station - 10 km are the very nearby railway stations to Waryah Dona, however Jalandhar City Railway station is major railway station is 23 km away from Waryah Dona village.
The village is almost 431 km from Delhi, 33 km from Jalandhar 9 km from Nakodar and about 103 km from Amritsar. Surrounding villages include Talwandi Salem, Jahangir, Kang Sahib Rai, Mallian Khurd, Heran,
, Gill, Nur Pur Chatha, Ugghi and Khanpur Dhadda. The Town is of considerable antiquity and had been held in succession by three different generations and then by the Hindu, traces of whom still exist in the extensive ruins by which the town is surrounded
Extant of Sitapur Assembly constituency is PCs Neriklan, Tikawapara, Ramnagar, Khagesiamau, Sitapur, Akoiya, Raseora, Rahimabad, Sahsapur, Alam Nagar, Kanawakhera, Parsehara, Majlispur, Ramkoat, Jawahirpur of Sitapur (Sadar) KC, PCs Khairabad, Asodhar, Gangapur Ulfatrai, Pakaria, Suhetara, Bhemari,
Kaimhara, Makhuwapur, Sultanpur Kamaicha, Tappa Khajuria, Paharpur, Asharafpur, Dahelia Srirang, Akbarganj, Bhadiyasi, Bhagautipur of Khairabad KC, PCs Kachnar, Rampur Bhuda, Hempur of Aliya KC, Sitapur MB & Khairabad MB of Sitapur Tehsil (Sadar).
As of the 2011 Census of India Dhampur
is a Census Town city in district of Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh.The town has population of 6,752 of which 3,567 are males while 3,185 are females. Population of Children with age of 0-6 is 1001 which is 14.83% of total population. The Female Sex Ratio is of 893 against state average of 912. Moreover, Child Sex Ratio is around 918 compared to Uttar Pradesh state average of 902. Literacy rate is 71.55%, higher than state average of 67.68%. Male literacy is around 76.75% while female literacy rate is 65.71%. The town has total administration over 1,166 houses.
The city Pilibhit derived its name from a nearby small village name 'Old Pilibhit', whose existence has been traced to the mid-15th century. This village still exist on the bank of the River Ghaghra or Khakra in the north-east from the city on the way to Nyoria
town. This village was occupied by the Bhanjara (local community) of the Periya clan, which used to live in the houses made of mud and other raw material available in the forest. This community made a wall or mound of yellow mud around their locality in order to secure their house from wild animals, as that area was a dense forest, so the people used to call the locality as Pili (yellow) and Bhit (wall or mound).
Adampur, Alawalpur, Alipur Aterana, Aliyarpur Dei, Aliyarpur Patti, Atali, Bahadurpur Garhi, Bahlolpur, Bahramgarh, Barkata, Baroda, Basdhara, Bawana, Bhasana, Bhora Kalan, Bhora Khurd, Biral, Bitawada, Budhana (NP), Budhana Bagar, Budhana Khadar, Chandheri, Chandpur, Dabal, Dhanayan, Dhindhaoli, Dinkarpur, Dulehra, Durganpur, Etawah, Fatehpur Kheri, Garhi Nawabad, Goela, Habeebpur Sikri, Haloli,HARIYA KHERA,(choota Rajputana),Hazur Nagar, Husainabad Bhambara,
Kala, Inchaura, Itawa, Jaitpur, Jaula, Jeewna, Jogiya Khera, Kakra, Kalyanpur, Kamalpur, Kamruddeen Nagar, Kaserawa, Khabbarpur, Khanpur, Kheri Gani, Kheri Sundyan, Khizzarpur, Kilasa, Kuralasi, Kurawa, Kurthal, Kutubpur, Loi, Luhsana, Mahaljana, Mahammadpur Junardar, Mandawali Bangar, Mandawali Khadar, Mandwara, Mauhammadpur Raisingh, Morkukka, Mubarakpur, Mundbhar, Nagwa, Nijampur, Palda, Palri, Parasoli, Pura, Purbaliyan, Rajpur Chajpur, Rampur Aterna, Rasoolpur Jatan, Rasulpur Dabheri, Riawali Nagla, Rukanpur, Sadrudeen Nagar,Safipur, Sarai, Satheri, Sauhonjani Bagan, Savtoo (Sahtu), Shahdabbar, Shahjuhdi, Shahpur, Shahpur (NP), Shahpur Basi, Shaoron, Shikarpur, Sisauli (NP), Sultanpur, Tanda Mazra, Toda, Ukawli, Umarpur, Valli, Vigyana, Garhi Sakhawat Pur.kuarlsi
AHANKARI PUR, AHIMALPUR, AKBARPUR BIKU, AMHEMAD PUR KARUAMAI, AMHERA, ARAM SARAY, ATHLAKRA, BAAGPUR, BAJHERA, BANAKIYA, BARA, BARAULI, BEELPUR KHAS, BEWAR GRAMIN, BHAINSRAULI, Bhoodhar, BILSADA KUSALPUR, CHANDANPUR, CHANEPUR CHHABILEPUR, CHILAUNSA, CHIRAWAR, DAUDAPUR, DAYANAT NAGAR MOTA, DIVRANIYA, FATHEPUR GANI, GANGARWALA, GARHIA CHINKAURA, Hadua, HARJAPUR, HIMAUNPUR, HINDUPUR,
, JAKHA HAVILIYA, Jalalpur, JALLALPUR DIKATHMAI, JAMAURA, JANAURA, JASMAI, Jasrajpur, JILEHI, JOGA, JOT, KAMALPUR MAHAMUDIYA, KARAPIYA, KAUWA TANDA, MAANPUR HARI, Madadapur Dharam, MADDAPUR KHAS, MADHUKARPUR, MADHUPURI, Mahanandpur, MAHESHPUR KUNDI, MALLAMAI, MERAPUR CHADAMI, MUDAI, NAGLA DEVI, NAGLA PAINTH, Nagla Pandey, NAGLA SUDAMA, NAGTHARI, NASIRPUR, NAVIGANJ, Nijampur, NUNARI, PADAMNER, PARAUNKHA, PATANA TILUA, Pooranpur, PRAAGPUR, PRATAPPUR, PURAIYA, Rakara, RAM NAGARIYA, RAMNAGAR, RAMPUR SAIDPUR, RAMPURA JATPURA, RAYPUR, SAKAT BEWAR, SHIV SINGHPUR, SHYAMPUR BHATTAPURA, TIGMA, TIKURI, TILIYANI, TODARPUR, Vikkapur VINODPUR, VIRAYAMPUR SATHGAHRA
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