Synonyms for madhabpur or Related words with madhabpur

maheshpur              radhanagar              shankarpur              hakimpur              bhagwanpur              bhabanipur              bahadurpur              lakshmipur              kalikapur              ramchandrapur              laxmipur              kalinagar              sonapur              pratappur              sankarpur              gokulpur              puraini              lalpur              birampur              gurudaspur              shyamnagar              puraina              tajpur              kathalia              shekhpura              budhana              bajitpur              bujurg              sundarpur              dataganj              sreenagar              kutubpur              debipur              gobindpur              rasulpur              govindpur              dumariya              hasanpur              madanpur              gopalnagar              fultala              sreepur              chhata              mustqil              pipariya              begampur              ratibati              sadarpur              manpur              rajganj             



Examples of "madhabpur"
From Sreemangal Upazila city you have to hire a jeep or any other vehicle to reach Madhabpur which takes an hour. After reaching Madhabpur you must hire a tour guide who will guide you to Hum Hum. From Madhabpur you have to walk at least 4 hours through hills and rivers to reach the waterfall. The road becomes very dangerous sometimes, so you must prepare yourself well.
Madhabpur () is an upazila of Habiganj District in the Division of Sylhet, Bangladesh.
The headquarters of Egra II CD Block are located at Madhabpur.
Madhabpur is located at . It has 44053 households and total area .
Madhabpur has 1 Pourashava, 11 unions/wards, 181 mauzas/mahallas, and 269 villages.
The Unions are: Shamsher Nagar, Patanushar, Rahimpur, Munshi Bazar, Ali Nagar, Kamalganj, Adampur, Islampur, Madhabpur.
Large villages in Bhangar I CD Block (2011 census figures in brackets): Kharamba (4,591), Tardaha Kapasati (11,869), Ghunimeghi (4,151), Narayanpur (9,107), Madhabpur (4,369), Dari Madhabpur (6,556), Chak Barali (5,978), Dhara (5,231), Ghatak Pukur (5,048), Kalikapur (4,591), Rani Gachhi (4,265), Satberia (5,019), Kashinathpur (4,688), Chandaneswar (4,980), Khar Gachhi (4,673), Naora (4,572), Bodra (5,324) and Badi (4,173).
As per 2011 Census of India Madhabpur had a total population of 669 of which 333 (50%) were males and 336 (50%) were females. Population below 6 years was 63. The total number of literates in Madhabpur was 568 (93.73% of the population over 6 years).
Collieries in the Kajora Area of Eastern Coalfields are: Madhupur, Madhusudanpur, Nabakajora, Madhabpur, Parascole, Jambad, Khas Kajora, Lachipur, Ghanashyam and Central Kajora.
As of the 1991 Bangladesh census, Madhabpur has a population of 250069. Males constitute 50.72% of the population, and females 49.28%. This Upazila's eighteen up population is 122903. Madhabpur has an average literacy rate of 23.9% (7+ years), and the national average of 32.4% literate.
Madhabpur is located at . It is located in the Chanditall–II community development block under the Srirampore subdivision of the Hooghly district. Chanditala police station serves this Village.
Madhabpur is a village, in Egra II CD Block in Egra subdivision of Purba Medinipur district in the state of West Bengal, India.
Collieries in the Kajora Area of Eastern Coalfields are: Madhupur, Madhusudanpur, Nabakajora, Madhabpur, Parascole, Jambad, Khas Kajora, Lachipur, Ghanashyam and Central Kajora.
Other villages in Arambagh are Arambagh, Arandi-I, Arandi-Ii, Batanal, Gourhati-I, Gourhati-Ii, Harinkhola-I, Harinkhola-Ii, Madhabpur, Malaypur-I, Malaypur-Ii.
Dharmapukuria Gram Panchayat consists of seven villages: Sukpukuria, Madhabpur, Savaipur, Monigram, Dharmapukuria, Raipur and Panchita. It has 12 booths, 14 elected Gram panchayat members, and three block members.
Within South 24 Parganas : Baruipur, Shasan Road, Krishna Mohan, Dhapdhapi, Suriyapur, Gocharan, Hogla, Dakshin Barasat, Baharu, Jaynagar Majilpur, Mathurapur Road, Madhabpur, Lakshmikantapur, Udairampur, Kulpi, Karanjali, Nischintapur Market, Nischintapur, Kashinagar, Kakdwip. Ukilerhat, Namkhana.
Gram panchayats of Arambagh block/ panchayat samiti are: Arandi- I, Arandi- II, Batanal, Gourhati I, Gourhati II, Harinkhola I, Harinkhola II, Madhabpur, Mayapur I, Mayapur II, Molaypur I, Molaypur II, Salepur I, Salepur II and Tirol.
Egra II CD Block has an area of 184.71 km. It has 1 panchayat samity, 8 gram panchayats, 134 gram sansads (village councils), 117 mouzas and 115 inhabited villages. Egra police station serves this block. Headquarters of this CD Block is at Madhabpur.
Other villages in Chanditala II CD Block (2011 census figures in brackets): Adan (3,785), Bamandanga (2,743), Bankagachha (2,424), Beledanga (3,777), Benipur (1,161), Chanditala (3,984), Danpatipur (1,768), Duttapur (2,285), Eklakhi (1,783), Gokulpur (560), Jagannathbati (1,846), Khanpur (3,427), Khoragari (1,827), Madhabpur (3,982), Makhalpara (113), Okardaha (2,944), Sahana (1,944), Sanka (1,265) and Thero (3,051).
Rural area under Arambagh block consists of 15 gram panchayats, viz. Arandi–I, Gourhati–II, Malaypur–I, Salepur–I, Arandi–II, Harinkhola–I, Malaypur–II, Salepur–II, Batanal, Harinkhola–II, Mayapur–I, Tirole, Gourhati–I, Madhabpur and Mayapur–II. Arambag police station serves this block. Headquarters of this block is in Arambag.