Synonyms for parasia or Related words with parasia

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Examples of "parasia"
India census, Dongar Parasia (Parasia), the biggest division and tehsil of Chhindwara district in Madhya Pradesh, had a population of 37,876. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Dongar Parasia has an average literacy rate of 71%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 78% and female literacy is 64%. In Dongar Parasia, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Dongar Parasia (now named Parasia) is a tehsil and a municipality in Chhindwara district in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India.
As per 2011 Census of India Parasia had a total population of 8,894 of which 4,794 (54%) were males and 4,100 (46%) were females. Population below 6 years was 1,194. The total number of literates in Parasia was 5,146 (66.83% of the population over 6 years).
Gram panchayats under Jamuria Panchayat Samiti are: Churulia, Madantore, Hijolgora, Chinchuria, Shyamla, Bahadurpur, Dobrana, Kenda, Parasia and Topsi.
Parasia has primary and secondary schools and colleges. There is also a library named EKLAVYA which contains about 20,000 books.
Situated on the banks of Pench River, it lies midway between Junnardeo and Parasia, about 35 km north-west of Chhindwara. The nearest railway stations are Eklehra (1.5 km) and Parasia (5 km). The nearest airport, Nagpur, is 125 km to south-east of Barkuhi. Barkuhi's population 18000.
The train goes via Parasia Junction, Amla Junction, Itarsi Junction, Bhopal Junction and Agra Cantt. The important halts of the train are:
Most of shooting of this film was done in the coal mines area of Chhindwara District, Madhya Pradesh, including Dongar Parasia.
Lions Club Parasia and Chandametta Club's main project is eye donation and mission is to bring eye care of international standard within the reach of every individual. The name of this club is taken with respect in all over India. Its members are committed to the achievement and maintenance of excellence in education, research, and eye care for the benefit of humanity. Lions Club Parasia is a family of 70 members including Leo Club and Lioness Club.
and 12 Development Blocks: Chhindwara, Parasia, Junnardeo, Damua, Tamia, Amarwara, Chourai, Bicchua, Harrai, Mohkhed, Sausar and Pandhurna. There is one nagar nigam (chhindwara) There are 7 Nagar Palikas ( Parasia, Junnardeo, Damua and Pandhurna Sausar, Amarwara, Chourai), 8 Nagar Panchayats (Chandameta Butaria, Newton Chikli, Harrai, Mohgaon, Chourai, Bichhua, Lodhikheda and Pipla Narayanwar). Apart from this there are eleven small towns (Umranala, Dighawani, Jatachapar, Iklehara, Pagara, Kalichapar, Damua, Pala Chourai, Bhamori, Ambada and Badkuhi).
Census Towns in Jamuria CD Block are (2011 census figures in brackets): Kunustara (5,127), Topsi (4,329), Nimsa (3,549), Chinchuria (6,617), Kenda (15,731), Parasia (8,894) and Kendra Khottamdi (part) (3,875).
Panchvalley is a Hill Valley made up of 5 hills Panch Valley located in the south of Madhya Pradesh State around Chhindwara in the Region of Parasia, Chhindwara in Chhindwara District. It covers an area of 240 km.
Parasia is a census town in Jamuria CD Block and is served by Jamuria police station in Asansol subdivision of Bardhaman district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Parasia has a non-government organisation — Lions Club — and recently launched their charitable Lions Eye Hospital to extend support for unprivileged people. The club was chartered here in 1987 and is affiliated to Lions Clubs International. It is led by a group of highly educated natives of Parasia. They are working to eliminate blindness, provide eye care, educate poor children (through a tie-up with many government schools), and are aiming to support old and helpless citizens by starting a programme "Daridya Narayana Bhoj" to provide daily food to 70–80 elderly people.
Sarni is located approximately south of capital Bhopal and approximately north of Nagpur. Sarni is accessible by both road and rail routes. An all-weather road connects Sarni to Nagpur-Bhopal National Highway NH 69, making it easily accessible from both nearby airports of Bhopal and Nagpur.It is also connected to Chhindwara through SH43(BETUL-SARNI-PARASIA) state highway.
Parasia has the head office of Pench Area, Western Coalfields Limited (WCL) — one of the eight subsidiary companies of Coal India Limited (CIL) which is under the administrative control of the Ministry of Coal. The company incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956.
Chhindwara is the most rapidly developing city in Madhya Pradesh. Chhindwara is home to brands like Raymond's & Hindustan Unilever. The city has rich market areas such as Mansarover Complex, Fawwara Chowk, Nagpur Road, Gole Gunj & Gandhi Gunj. Looking the spending capability of the local population all major automobile brands have made their presence in the city. Apart from this Parasia
Parasia, about 30 km from Chhindwara, is known as the "Coal Mines Belt". There were 24 mines in this area, of which 20 mines are still working. The principal mines are Eklahara Mines, Burkuhi Mines, Chandametta Mines, Newton Mines, Donger Chikhali Mines, Mahadev Puri Mines. Ravanwara Mines, Ravanwara Khash, Vishnu Puri 11 No., Vishnu Puri 12 No., Chhinda Mines, Setiya Mines, Shivpuri Mines, Shivpuri Mines, Chhury Mines, Mathani Mines, Thisgora Mines, Nahariya Mines, Pench Mines, and Urdhan Project.
Parasia is known as the "Coal Mines Belt". There were 24 mines in this area, of which 20 are still working. The principal ones are Eklahara Mines, Burkuhi Mines, Chandametta Mines, Newton Mines, Donger Chikhali Mines, Mahadev Puri Mines. Ravanwara Mines, Ravanwara Khash, Vishnu Puri No. 11, Vishnu Puri No. 12, Chhinda Mines, Setiya Mines, Shivpuri Mines, Shivpuri Mines, Jhhury Mines, Mathani Mines, Thisgora Mines, Nahariya Mines, Pench Mines, and Urdhan Project.
Asansol subdivision has 10 police stations, 4 community development blocks, 4 panchayat samitis, 35 gram panchayats, 181 mouzas, 165 inhabited villages, 1 municipal corporation, 3 municipalities and 26 census towns+1 (partly). The single municipal corporation is at Asansol. The municipalities are at: Raniganj, Jamuria and Kulti. The census towns are: Chittaranjan, Hindustan Cables Town, Domohani, Bhanowara, Majiara, Pangachhiya, Charanpur, Kunustara, Topsi, Nimsa, Chinchuria, Kenda, Parasia, Ratibati, Chapui, Jemari (J.K. Nagar Township), Banshra, Belebathan, Chelad, Murgathaul, Amkula, Baktarnagar, Egara, Sahebganj, Raghunathchak, Ballavpur and Kendra Khottamdi (partly). The subdivision has its headquarters at Asansol.