Synonyms for manpur or Related words with manpur

rajpur              bhagwanpur              lakhanpur              shankarpur              lalpur              chainpur              pratappur              dharampur              rajapur              pipariya              narayanpur              hasanpur              baheri              sonapur              maheshpur              nawada              tajpur              srirampur              paharpur              madhuban              bahadurpur              madanpur              dumri              hariharpur              radhanagar              mangalpur              rasulpur              gobindpur              lakshmipur              salempur              bhawanipur              sahebganj              jalalpur              govindpur              rajpura              chakia              alipur              ramchandrapur              jitpur              daulatpur              rampura              puraini              shivapur              pimpalgaon              maharajganj              kheri              bhimpur              islampur              kalikapur              ratanpur             



Examples of "manpur"
Baganaha, Baniyabhar, Belawa, Deudakala, Dhadhawar, Dhodhari, Gola, Gulariya Municipality, Jamuni, Kalika, Khairapur, Khairi Chandanpur, Magaragadi, Mahamadpur, Manau, Manpur Mainapokhar, Manpur Tapara, Mathurahardwar, Motipur, Neulapur, Padanaha, Pashupatinagar, Patabhar, Rajapur Municipality, Sanesri, Shivapur, Sorhawa, Suryapatawa, Taratal, Thakudwara
Manpur is a village in Sialkot District, Punjab, Pakistan.
Manpur is a block and the biggest tehsil in umaria district. It is situated about 45 km from district headquarter and about 12 km from Bandhavgarh National Park in Tala-Jaisinghnagar road. There are 84 Gram Panchayats in Manpur tehsil. There is Hanumant Kunj Aashram Chhapdaur famous for the religious view in Manpur-Byohari road.
Manpur is located at the coordinates . It has an average elevation of
Chittora has seven patwar circles - Chittora, Jhadala, Dabich, Pahariya, Peepla, Basri Jogiyan and Manpur Gate.
Manpur is located at . It has an average elevation of 567 metres (1860 feet).
In Manpur block Saraswati Higher Secondary School is very famous school.
India census, Manpur had a population of 6525. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Manpur has an average literacy rate of 66%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 74%, and female literacy is 56%. In Manpur, 15% of the population is under 6 years of age.places like vidhyavasini mandir, shitalamata fall and wanchoo point are famous for glorious natural sightseeing. govt higher secondary school is famous for producing famous personalities.
Patwatoli, a muhalla in Manpur, has produced 58 Indian Institutes of Technology entrants between 1996 and 2011.
Manpur is a village in the Bhopal district of Madhya Pradesh, India. It is located in the Berasia tehsil.
Feasibility studies for the electrification of the Manpur-Tilaiya-Kiul sector was announced in the rail budget for 2010–11.
Nearby villages consist of Reotith, Sirsa, Manpur Dighwa, Bankati, Pipra, Bijulpur, Maharani, Usari, Mahua, Khajuhatti, Sabili, and Singasani Dham, etc.
Badalpur village development committee (VDC) lies north of Manpur Tapara. Manau VDC lies northeast, Khairi Chandanpur VDC lies east and southeast, Bhimapur VDC lies south and southwest and Rajapur VDC lies west of Manpur Tapara. Although Manpur Tapara VDC does not touch international border between Nepal and India, it lies just half a kilometer north of International Border at Ishworiganj in Bhimapur VDC. Manpur Tapara is a plain fertile land in the western part of Bardiya district. It is an agricultural land with a well-developed irrigation system. Almost all of the VDC is connected with agricultural canals. More than 2500 hectares of land can be irrigated with these canals. These sophisticated irrigation canals were developed by Tharu people in the past using simple tools. The main source of water in these canals is the Maila Nala, which itself is a branch of Geruwa branch of Karnali river. Rice, wheat, maize, mustard and lentils are the major crops cultivated in Manpur Tapara.
The Manpur is also famous for Diwali as here hundreds of statues of Lordess Laxmi, Lord Ganesha and Lordess Saraswati is worshiped and decorated.There is also a very ancient temple of Lord Sun in Manpur named as Surya Mandir. Which is situated on the bank of a very fine Pond. The Surya Mandir was established around 400 years ago by Raja Man Singh, army chief of the greatest Mughal Emperor Akbar as well as king of Amber. Actually hole Manpur is also established by Raja Mansingh during his compaign to destroy Bengal riots.
Blocks:Gaya Sadar, Manpur, Bodh Gaya, Wazirganj, Belaganj; Khizarsarai, Atri, Nimchakbathani, Muhra; Sherghati, Amas, Mohanpur, Fatehpur, Barachatti, Imamganj, Dumaria, Bankey Bazar, Dobhi, Tankuppa, Gurua, Guraru, Paraiya, Tekari, Konch,
Manpur is a town and a nagar panchayat in Mhow Tehsil of Indore district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.
Feasibility studies for the electrification of the Manpur-Tilaiya-Kiul sector and Fatwa-Islampur-Bakhtiyarpur-Rajgir sectors were announced in the rail budget for 2010-11.
Gram panchayats in Devipur CD Block are: Amdiha, Baghmari, Barwan, Bhojpur, Daranga, Dhobana, Fulkari, Husainabad, Jhhumarbad, Jhhundi, Jitjorit, Kasathi, Mahuatand, Manpur, Rajpura, Ramudih and Tatkiyo Nawadih.
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Indore is a part of the Navodaya Vidyalaya family in India. It is located in Manpur, about 45 kilometres from the city of Indore.
Pehani mohalla has the largest]] population in Manpur. There are three mosques situated in Pehani. It is also known for production of Agarbatti (the Cottage Industry).