Synonyms for jitpur or Related words with jitpur

bhagwanpur              hariharpur              lakhanpur              maheshpur              sakhuwa              manpur              parsauni              bahadurpur              deurali              pratappur              ganeshpur              chainpur              sankarpur              pokhariya              lalpur              puraini              ramchandrapur              dumri              gobindpur              shankarpur              kendua              bhimpur              bhawanipur              radhanagar              kalamb              bhanjyang              chincholi              madanpur              ibrahimpur              pipariya              kalikapur              laxmipur              udaypur              gokulpur              mangalpur              ratibati              aurahi              paterwa              gopalnagar              dhanora              chisapani              hansapur              hasanpur              hakimpur              shivpur              bishunpur              degloor              devipur              sonbarsa              lakshmipur             



Examples of "jitpur"
The school is run under the Chasnalla & Jitpur School Executive Committee, which manages both the Chasnalla Academy and a secondary school called the Jitpur Academy.
Jitpur is the main city in the municipality, which is rapidly developing in various sectors like banking, education, and health. The largest community hospital of Banganga is located in Jitpur. There are various things to do in and around Jitpur. Vising the main gate, visiting the exhibition during winter, shopping in some beautiful stores, eating in good restaurants and playing sports in open fields are some of the main things to do in Jitpur for visitors.
As of the 2001 India census, Paschim Jitpur had a population of 13,389. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Paschim Jitpur has an average literacy rate of 70%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 77%, and female literacy is 64%. In Paschim Jitpur, 11% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Banganga recently transformed from Village Development Committee to Municipality in 2015. Hence, the headquarter is still kind of controversial. However, various municipality works are being done in Gajehada and Jitpur. Jitpur has the main entry gate for the highway running towards south, mainly Taulihawa which is the headquarter of Kapilvastu. Jitpur is one of the rapidly growing city/village in the municipality where many banks and other businesses are located.
Some important cities and towns are Birganj, Parwanipur, Jitpur, Alau, Hetauda, Bharatpur, Narayangarh, Kalaiya, and Gaur.
Former VDC: Pipara Simara, Jitpur Bhawanipur, Chhata Pipra, Phattepur, Dumbarwana, Ratnapuri, Bharatganj Singaul, Kakadi, Kolhabi, Prasona, Sapahi
Lumba-Yakkha is spoken in Arkhaule Jitpur and Marek Katahare VDC's, northern Dhankuta District, Kosi Zone, Nepal.
Jitpur istamrar is a village in Rewari tehsil, Rewari district, Haryana, India. It is one of 274 villages in Rewari tehsil. Nearby railway station of Jitpur istamrar is Rewari. It is away from Rewari on Rewari-Delhi road on left side approach road. 123110 is its pincode.
Gram panchayats of Domkal block/ panchayat samiti are: Azimganjgola, Bhagirathpur, Dhulauri, Domkal, Garaimari, Ghoramara, Goribpur, Jitpur, Juginda, Juranpur, Madhurkul, Raipur and Sarangpur.
Jitpur is a village development committee in Bara District in the Narayani Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2572 people living in 607 individual households. It has a well-maintained buffalo market. Jitpur is a fast-growing town, the main occupations of local people being business and farming.
Jitpur Village Development Committee (VDC) lies right in the middle of Ilam district. The Jitpur VDC has neighbouring Mangalbare VDC on North, Sangrumba VDC on the East and Sidhithumka VDC on the west. It is border with a small stream called, Lewa khola (stream) with Mangalbare VDC.
Ahale, Ankhisalla, Arkhaule Jitpur, Basantatar, Belhara, Budhabare, Bhirgaun, Bodhe, Budhabare, Budi Morang, Chanuwa, Chhintang, Chungmang, Danda Bazar, Dandagaun, Dhankuta Municipality, Hathikharka, Jitpur Arkhaule, Khoku, Khuwaphok, Kuruletenupa, Leguwa, Mahabharat, Marek Katahare, Maunabuthuk, Mudebas, Murtidhunga, Pakhribas Municipality, Parewadin, Phaksib, Raja Rani, Tankhuwa, Telia, Vedatar
"History of Jitpur', was known as 'Winner' where dominated Limbu communities campaign for fighting for their areas and land in ancient even medieval era; there was a tradition of an arranged fight during Phagupurnima or Ramnawami fairs in March/April every year till the 1990s. Jitpur used to be known as Dhukuti of Ilam (main source of rice), very fertile land with full of teraces of paddy fields with ample irrigation facilitated and hard working Jitpure people. These days, Jitpur is one of the popular areas for quality product of green-tea, ginger, broom and black cardamom.
Paschim Jitpur is a census town under the Alipurduar police station of the Alipurduar subdivision in the Alipurduar district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Gram panchayats of Salanpur block/panchayat samiti are: Achhra, Alladi, Basudevpur-Jemari, Dendua, Ethora, Fulberia-Bolkunda, Jitpur-Uttarrampur, Kallya, Rupnarayanpur, Salanpur and Samdi.
The nine census towns are Paschim Jitpur, Chechakhata, Alipurduar Railway Junction, Bholar Dabri, Sobhaganj, Falakata, Jaygaon and Uttar Latabari and Uttar Kamakhyaguri.
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).
Arkhaule Jitpur is a village development committee in Dhankuta District in the Kosi Zone of eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4691.
As per orders of the Delimitation Commission, No. 75 Domkal (Vidhan Sabha constituency) covers Ajimganjgola, Bhagirathpur, Domkal, Garaimari, Garibpur, Ghoramara, Jitpur, Juginda, Juranpur, Madhurkul, Raipur and Sarangpur gram panchayats of Domkal community development block.
Jitpur Arkhaule is a village development committee in Dhankuta District in the Kosi Zone of eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4245 people living in 831 individual households.