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Roy-Jamna(often called Jamna) is a village in Hooghly district, West Bengal, India.
Jamna village has higher literacy rate compared to West Bengal. In 2011, literacy rate of Jamna village was 87.63% compared to 76.26% of West Bengal. In Jamna Male literacy stands at 92.62% while female literacy rate was 82.73%.
Jamna village of Hugli has substantial population of Schedule Caste. Schedule Caste (SC) constitutes 26.24% while Schedule Tribe (ST) were 17.79% of total population in Jamna village.
In Jamna village population of children with age 0-6 is 123 which makes up 8.58% of total population of village. Average Sex Ratio of Jamna village is 999 which is higher than West Bengal state average of 950. Child Sex Ratio for the Jamna as per census is 836, lower than West Bengal average of 956.
Jamna is a medium size village with total 354 families residing. The Jamna village has population of 1433 of which 717 are males while 716 are females as per Population Census 2011.
Jamna Auto Industries Limited designs and manufactures wide range of Springs to meet requirements of
Jamna Par is a Bollywood film. It was released in 1946.
Gram panchayats of Pingla block/ panchayat samiti are: Kusumda, Jamna, Dhaneswarpur, Karkai, Maligram, Khirai, Gobardhanpur, Pindrui, Jalchak-I, Jalchak-II.
The village is 15 meters abover sea-level. Its post office is in Roy-Jamna, its police station is in Pandua. Its pincode is 712134 and Bengali is the local language. The village is surrounded by the village named Roy-Jamna, Mulgram. Inchhura, etc.
Apart from the town of Ustrzyki Dolne, Gmina Ustrzyki Dolne contains the villages and settlements of Arłamów, Bandrów Narodowy, Brelików, Brzegi Dolne, Dźwiniacz Dolny, Grąziowa, Hoszów, Hoszowczyk, Jałowe, Jamna Dolna, Jamna Górna, Jureczkowa, Krościenko, Kwaszenina, Leszczowate, Liskowate, Łobozew Dolny, Łobozew Górny, Łodyna, Moczary, Nowosielce Kozickie, Ropienka, Równia, Serednica, Stańkowa, Teleśnica Oszwarowa, Trójca, Trzcianiec, Ustjanowa Dolna, Ustjanowa Górna, Wojtkowa, Wojtkówka, Wola Romanowa, Zadwórze and Zawadka.
Bainchigram and Boinchi are the nearest railway stations to Roy-Jamna; however, the nearest major railway station is at Bardhaman, 43 km away.
Jamna Auto exports automotive parts to more than 50 companies in over 25 countries. Some of the large customers of JAI are as follows:
Gram panchayats of Manteswar block/panchayat samiti are: Baghason, Bamunpara, Bhagra-Mulgram, Denur, Jamna, Kusumgram, Majhergram, Mamudpur I, Mamudpur II, Monteswar, Piplon, Putsuri and Susunia.
Gram panchayats of Labpur block/panchayat samiti are: Bipratikuri, Chowhatta-Mohodari I, Chowhatta-Mohodari II, Dwarka, Hatia, Indus, Jamna, Kurumnahar, Labpur I, Labpur II and Thiba.
She then worked with Manoj Tiwari in "Bhaiya Hamar Dayavaan", "Paramveer Parsuram" and "Ganga Jamna Saraswati", and with Pawan Singh in "Pyar Mohabbat Zindabaad" and "Devar Bhabhi".
In plains above Delhi, the mid-14th century Sultan of Delhi, Firoz Shah Tughlaq, had constructed the 150-mile long "Western Jamna Canal". Taking off from the right bank of the Jamna river early in its course, the canal irrigated the Sultan's territories in the Hissar region of Eastern Punjab. By the mid-16th century, however, the fine sediment carried by the Himalayan river had gradually choked the canal. Desilted and reopened several decades later by Akbar the Great, the "Western Jamna Canal" was itself tapped by Akbar's grandson Shah Jahan, and some of its water was diverted to Delhi. During this time another canal was cut off the river. The 129-mile "Eastern Jamna Canal" or "Doab Canal", which took off from the "left" bank of the Jamna, also high in its course, presented a qualitatively different difficulty. Since it was cut through steeply sloped land, its flow became difficult to control, and it was never to function efficiently. With the decline of Mughal Empire power in the 18th century, both canals fell into disrepair and closed. The Western Jamna Canal was repaired by British army engineers and it reopened in 1820. The "Doab Canal" was reopened in 1830; its considerable renovation involved raising the embankment by an average height of 9 ft. for some 40 miles.
As per orders of the Delimitation Commission, No. 227 Pingla (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: Dhaneswarpur, Gobordhanpur, Jamna, Karkai, Kshirai, Kusumda and Pindurui gram panchayats of Pingla community development block and Kharagpur II community development block.
Jamna is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Zakliczyn, within Tarnów County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, in southern Poland. It lies approximately south of Zakliczyn, south of Tarnów, and south-east of the regional capital Kraków.
Other villages in Manteswar CD Block include (2011 census figures in brackets): Piplan (3,708), Mulgram (3,652), Shushuna (3,722), Mamudpur (3,129), Jamna (1,173), Majhergram (3,187), Routhgram (3,506) and Kaigram (1,719).
Jamna Dolna () is a non-existing village in the administrative district of Gmina Ustrzyki Dolne, within Bieszczady County, Subcarpathian Voivodeship, in south-eastern Poland. It lies approximately north of Ustrzyki Dolne and south-east of the regional capital Rzeszów.