Synonyms for ibrahimpur or Related words with ibrahimpur

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Examples of "ibrahimpur"
According to 2001 census population of ibrahimpur is 6,653.
Ibrahimpur is a village and panchayat in Ranga Reddy district, Andhra Pradesh, India. It falls under Parigi mandal.
Ibrahimpur is a village in Azamgarh district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Villages nearby include Kakripur (2.3 km), Bhudpur (3.0 km), Ramala (3.4 km), Fatehpur Chak (4.3 km), Ibrahimpur Majra (4.8 km), Sujti (4.9 km) and Kirthal (5.4 km).
Monipur High School opened its college section in 2008. The section, with about 500 students, is situated at the Ibrahimpur branch of the school.
As of 2011, Ibrahimpur has a total number of 22 houses and population of 115 of which 62 include are males while 53 are females according to the report published by Census India in 2011. The literacy rate of Ibrahimpur is 60.78%, lower than the state average of 75.84%. The population of children under the age of 6 years is 13 which is 11.30% of total population of Ibrahimpur, and child sex ratio is approximately 1600 as compared to Punjab state average of 846.
About 50 years ago this place was confined to village Ibrahimpur only. There was only one primary school for about a dozen villages,nearby till 1951.
Most of the people are from Schedule Caste which constitutes 46.96% of total population in Ibrahimpur. The town does not have any Schedule Tribe population so far.
Adalhat is not a revenue village, so not on all administrative records,but it comprises villages Ibrahimpur,Naithi,Hansapur,Garaundi,and Pathraura of Tahsil Chunar.It has police station and post office in name of Adalhat.
Adalhat is also known for its most secular image. On the eve of Moharram every year, more than hundred Tazias are brought here from nearby villages for burial at Garaundi Imambara. They proceed from northern end of Adalhat market in shape of a procession, which is led by Tazia of Ibrahimpur where only a couple citizens having faith in Islam live. In this village (Ibrahimpur) Hindus fully cooperate for this Tazia and the following events.
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Nabinagar Upazila is divided into Nabinagar Municipality and 21 union parishads: Barail, Barikandi, Biddyakut, Birgaon, Bitghar, Ibrahimpur, Junedpur, Kaitala Dakshin, Kaitala Uttar, Krishnanagar, Laur Fatehpur, Natghar, Paschim Nabinagar, Purba Nabinagar, Rasullabad, Ratanpur, Salimganj, Satmura, Shibpur, Shyamgram, and Sreerampur. The union parishads are subdivided into 149 mauzas and 200 villages.
"Adalhat", now a rising rural market place, was a small village located in Mirzapur district of Uttar Pradesh state in northern India. Its name is derived from famous Sufi saint Adalshah Baba, whose Majar is still maintained in vill. Ibrahimpur,which is a cent percent Hindu village.
As per the report published by Census India in 2011, 40 people were engaged in work activities out of the total population of Ibrahimpur which includes 38 males and 2 females. According to census survey report 2011, 97.50% workers describe their work as main work and 2.50% workers are involved in Marginal activity providing livelihood for less than 6 months.
Kanadi is the village on the bank of Ghatprabha river in Chandgad Taluka, India. The population of the village is near about 1100. Kanadi is 10 km away from Chandgad. Inam savarde, Powachivadi, Powachivadi, and Ibrahimpur are neighbouring villages to Kanadi.
Mahu Ibrahimpur is a town in Hindaun Block in Karauli district of the Indian state of Rajasthan in Northern India. The town is located in the vicinity of the Aravalli Range. Its population is approximately 10000 . The town covers an area of 8 Square kilometres (3.1 sq mi).
Ibrahimpur () is a village in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar district of Punjab State, India. It is located away from Rahon, from Nawanshahr, from district headquarter Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar and from state capital Chandigarh. The village is administrated by Sarpanch an elected representative of the village.
In 1657, the emperor, issued a firman, on the recommendation of Prince Suja, whereby in lieu of 532 sikkas, the responsibility for rent collection of three parganas of Rekabi Bazar, Mughaltuli and Ibrahimpur, as well as the Kotwali of Chakla Bardhaman, all under the Fouzdar of Sarifabad, was assigned to Abu Rai (1657–1665?). He was amply rewarded for his support to the Mughal emperor.
Some of Hindaun's best shopping experiences are to be found in city's old bazaars. These are locatedin the walled city, around the main blocks called the "Damproad Market" . Visit them for a first-hand experience of the city's long-standing tradition of craftsmanship, and to get schooled in theartof bargaining while you'reat it. Shop for the traditional Lac Bangles, colourful clothes, mojris andother typical Rajasthani handicrafts and Shri Mahaveerji, Suroth, Mahu Ibrahimpur also have small markets for shopping.
Nearest town is Bhuinj which is 87 km from Pune located on NH-4. There are no good hotels and resorts near the fort. There are two ways to reach the fort. one path starts from village Ibrahimpur(Banawadi) which is easiest one and the other one from Belmachi. The road from Bhuinj takes a detour around the fort hill to reach Dudhanwadi. The vehicles are to be kept on either villages and further a trekking of 1 hr leads to the fort. There are no good potable water bodies on the fort, however a night stay on fort is a memorable experience.The way from Pune is shared in the link