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Lakhanpur is a tehsil in Jharsuguda district, Odisha, India.
Area of this constituency include Brajarajnagar, Belpahar, Lakhanpur block and Jharsuguda block.
The district comprises five blocks, primary being Lakhanpur, Kolabira, Laikera, Kirmira and Jharsuguda.
The village is governed under the Panchayati Raj system. Bhikamppali gram panchayat is the local administrative body for Bhikampali village. Electorally elected Sarpanch serves a term of 5 years as the head of the gram panchayat. Bhikampali comes under Lakhanpur Panchayat Samiti (Block). Lakhanpur is also the Tehsil office for the village. It is one of the five R.I. circles of Lakhanpur block having 34 villages under it. It comes within Brajarajnagar assembly constituency and Bargarh parliamentary constituency.
Billawar is connected to Jammu, Udhampur, Kathua, Basoli, Delhi, Haridwar, Pathankot, Lakhanpur, Lornoo etc. by regular bus service.
Gram panchayats of Hura block/panchayat samiti are: Chatumadar, Daldali, Hura, Jabarrah, Kalabani, Keshargarh, Ladhurka, Lakhanpur, Manguria-Lalpur and Rakhera-Bishpuria.
Jamtara (Vidhan Sabha constituency) covers: Jamtara Police Station (excluding Karmatanr, Sahajpur, Pindari, Lakhanpur, Rataniya, Rampurbhitra and Kajra gram panchayats) and Narayanpur Police Station in Jamtara district
Lakhanpur is a town and a notified area committee in Kathua district in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Lakhanpur is the entrance to Jammu and Kashmir from Punjab and rest of India. It is a sparsely populated area about 20 kilometers from the center of Kathua district. Since it is the entrance of Jammu and Kashmir, a passage to and from Jammu and Kashmir, tolls are collected here.
Sarath (Vidhan Sabha constituency) covers: Sarath and Palojori Police Stations in Deoghar district and Karmatanr, Shahajpur, Pindari, Lakhanpur, Rataniya, Rampurbhitra and Kajra gram panchayats in Jamtara Police Station in Jamtara district.
Lakhanpur, Nepal is a Village Development Committee in Ramechhap District in the Janakpur Zone of north-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 6058 people residing in 1100 individual households.
The Chotta Feni River flows south through the union. Matubhuiyan Union is divided into 10 mauzas: Ashrafpur, Dakshin Dharmmapur, Dakshin Lalpur, Krishna Rampur, Maheshpur, Mamarizpur, Paschim Hirapur, Ramanandapur, Salamnagar (Lakhanpur), and Uttar Alipur.
The village of Banjari lies about 25 km from Jharsuguda on the Jharsuguda-Lakhanpur road. The ancient cave of Bikramkhol is located near this village, where a group of people lived starting around 4000 BC.
Lakhanpur is a village development committee in Jhapa District in the Mechi Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 17,081 people living in 2987 individual households.
The Shiva temple at Masi attracts large number of pilgrims every year during the Somnath Fair. Nearby attractions include Bhumia Temple, Jaurasi, Lakhanpur Temple, Khairna and Dwarahat. Naithna Devi Temple, devoted to the goddess Durga, is distant.
As per orders of the Delimitation Commission, No. 244 Kashipur (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: Kashipur community development block; Hura, Jabarrah, Kalabani, Keshargarh, Ladhurka, Lakhanpur and Rakhera Bishpuri gram panchayats of Hura community development block.
India census, Lakhenpur had a population of 1521. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Lakhanpur has an average literacy rate of 77%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 81%, and female literacy is 73%. In Lakhenpur, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.
The Koilighugar water fall is situated 55 km away from Jharsuguda in the Lakhanpur block near the village Kushmelbahal. A rivulet named ‘Ahiraj’ originates in the ‘Chhuikhanch’ forest and while flowing through its rocky belt falls from a height of creating the water fall of Koilighugar. After the fall the rivulet flows westwards to merge into the Mahanadi river.
Lakhanpur is a village development committee in Parsa District in the Narayani Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 4,962 people living in 757 individual households. There were 2,611 males and 2,351 females at the time of census.
Lakhanpur is situated just below the Sivalik Hills. The town is sandwiched between Ravi river to the south and east while the Shiwaliks rise abruptly high to the north. The town starts from the Modhopur Ravi bridge and is spread on both the sides of NH1A. Kathua city is just 6 km ahead of Lakhenpur.
It covers the area from Bhimashankar to Lakhanpur. Agriculture is the main occupation of this region. The most commonly grown crop is Bajara and vegetables like Potato, Tomato are also grown and fruits like Grapes, Banana, Tomato and Potato are grown. There are Oil refinenaries in this region. Adavasi Tribes are found in large number in this region.