Synonyms for maheshpur or Related words with maheshpur

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Maheshpur (Vidhan Sabha constituency) covers: Maheshpur and Pakuria Police Stations in Pakur district.
Maheshpur Upazila has 12 unions, Namely- SBK, Fotepur, Pantapara, Shoruppur, Shamkur, Nepa, Kajirber, Bashbaria, Jadoppur, Natima, Mandarbaria and Ajompur. Maheshpur (Town) consists of 9 wards and 14 mahallas. Maheshpur thana was turned into an upazila in 1983.
Maheshpur Raj was a zamindari estate in India. It occupied a large area now a part of Maheshpur block, in Pakur district of Jharkhand, India.
Maheshpur is also has the following educational institutions:
Maheshpur, the eponymous CD Block headquarters, is located at .
In 2011 census Maheshpur (village) had a population of 5,797.
As of 2011 India census, Maheshpur had a population of 2660 in 473 households. Males constitute 52.5% of the population and females 47.4%. Maheshpur has an average literacy rate of 44.81%, lower than the national average of 74%: male literacy is 61.74%, and female literacy is 38.25%. In Maheshpur, 21.72% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Maheshpur (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is part of Rajmahal (Lok Sabha constituency).
Arjunpur, Bahadurpur, Beniagram, Bewa I, Bewa II, Imamnagar, Mahadevnagar, Maheshpur and Nayansukhi.
Maheshpur is located at . It has 41995 units of household and total area 419.53 km².
Gram panchayats of Bamangola block/ panchayat samiti are: Madnabati, Gobindapur-Maheshpur, Chandpur, Jagdala, Bamangola and Pakuahat.
Maheshpur (literally, "the city of Mahesh") may refer to any of the following places:
Maheshpur (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is an assembly constituency in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Maheshpur is a village in West Champaran district in the Indian state of Bihar.
Maheshpur Upazila () is a part of Jhenaidah District in Khulna Division of Bangladesh. Maheshpur Upazila with an area of 419.53 km, is bounded by Jibannagar and Kotchandpur upazilas on the north, Chaugachha Upazila and West Bengal (India) on the south, Chaugachha Upazila on the east, and West Bengal of India on the west.
According to the chronicles of the ruling family, Maheshpur was earlier a part of the Sultanabad estate. In the 14th century, a dispute arose over succession among two brothers of Sultanabad. The fief was then divided into two parts, with younger brother Anku Singh occupying what came to be known as Handua estate, and the elder brother Banku Singh establishing the Maheshpur Raj.
maheshpur upazila on the south, kotchandpur upazila on the east, west Bengal of India on the west. Main rivers are bhairab and kobadak.
Chaugachha Upazila is bounded by Maheshpur, Kotchandpur and Kaliganj upazilas on the north, Jessore Sadar and Kaliganj upazilas on the east, Sarsha and Jhikargachha upazilas and Bagdah community development block in North 24 Parganas district in West Bengal, India on the south and Maheshpur Upazila on the west.
Maheshpur Upazila has a population of almost 2,96,248; male 51.22%, female 48.78%; Muslim 95.59%, Hindu 4.31% and others 0.10%, and area of about 591 km² (1,530.7 sq mi).
Maheshpur is a community development block that forms an administrative division of Pakur district, Jharkhand state, India. It is located 23 km from Pakur, the district headquarters.