Synonyms for parsauni or Related words with parsauni

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Examples of "parsauni"
Gopalganj and Thawe community development blocks; Bairia Durg, Uchkagaon, Chhotka Sankhe, Harpur, Sakhekhas, Parsauni Khas, Nawada Parsauni, Luhsi, Jhirwa and Dahibhata gram panchayats of Uchkagaon CD Block.
Alau, Amarpatti, Auraha, Bagahi, Bagbana, Bageshwari, Bahauri Pidari, Bahuarba Bhatha, Basadilwa, Basantapur, Belwa Parsauni, Beriya Birta, Bhawanipur, Bhedihari, Bhisawa, Bijbaniya, Bindyabasini, Biranchibarba, Birganj Municipality, Biruwa Guthi, Bisrampur, Charani, Deukhana, Dhaubini, Gadi, Gamhariya, Ghoddauda Pipra, Ghore, Govindapur, Hariharpur, Hariharpur Birta, Harapataganj, Harpur, Jagarnathpur Sira, Jaimanglapur, Janikatala, Jhauwa Guthi, Jitpur, Kauwa Ban Kataiya, Lahawarthakari, Lakhanpur, Lal Parsa, Langadi, Lipani Birta, Madhuban Mathaul, Mahadevpatti, Mahuwan, Mainiyari, Mainpur, Mikhampur, Mirjapur, Mosihani, Mudali, Nagardaha, Nirchuta, Nirmal Basti, Pancharukhi, Parsauni Birta, Parsauni Matha, Patbari Tola-Warwa, Paterwa Sugauli, Pidariguthi, Pokhariya, Prasurampur, Ramgadhawa, Ramnagari, Sabaithawa, Sakhuwa Parsauni, Samjhauta, Shankar Saraiya, Sapauli, Sedhawa, Shiva Worga, Sirsiya Khalwatola, Sonbarsa, Srisiya, Subarnapur, Sugauli Birta, Sugauli Partewa, Surjaha, Thori, Tulsi Barba, Udayapur Dhurmi, Vauratar
The Belsand block lies in the southwestern portion of Sitamarhi district. To the south and east, is it bordered by the Runni Saidpur block. On the north, it borders the Parsauni block.
Parsauni Bhatha is a village development committee in Parsa District in the Narayani Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 3917 people living in 618 individual households.
Parsauni Birta 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 5,001 people living in 735 individual households.
Guthi Parsauni is a village development committee in Nawalparasi District in the Lumbini Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5338 people living in 855 individual households.
Parsauni is a village development committee in Nawalparasi District in the Lumbini Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 2001 Nepal census it had a population of 6000 people living in 850 individual households.
As per Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, 30. Belsand (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: Belsand and Parsauni community development blocks in Sitamarhi district and Tariani Chowk CD Block in Sheohar district.
Amarapuri, Amraut, Badahara Dubauliya, Baidauli, Banjariya, Bardaghat Municipality, Benimanipur, Bharatipur, Bhujhawa, Bulingtar, Dadajheri Tadi, Dawanne Devi, Dedgaun, Deurali, Devchuli Municipality, Devagawa, Dhobadi, Dhurkot, Dumkibas, Gaidakot Municipality, Gairami, Guthi Parsauni, Guthisuryapura, Hakui, Harpur, Humsekot, Jahada, Jamuniya, Jamuwad, Jaubari, Kawasoti Municipality, Kolhuwa, Kotathar, Kudiya, Kumarwarti, Kusma, Mainaghat, Manari, Manjhariya, Mithukaram, Mukundapur, Naram, Narsahi, Naya Belhani, Pakalihawa, Palhi, Parasi, Parsauni, Pratappur, Rajahar, Rakachuli, Rakuwa, Ramgram Municipality, Ramnagar, Rampur Khadauna, Rampurwa, Ratnapur, Ruchang, Rupauliya, Sanai, Sainamaina Municipality, Sarawal, Somani, Sukrauli, Sunwal Municipality, Suryapura, Swathi, Tamasariya, Thulo Khairatawa, Tilakpur, Tribenisusta, Unwach, Upallo Arkhale
As per orders of Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, 16. Kalyanpur (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: Kotwa community development block; Parsauni Wazid, Bakhri, Kalyanpur, Barharwa Mahanand, Siswa Shobh, Brindaban, Pakari Dixit, Siswa Kharar, Patna, Gariba, Shambhu Chak, Sitalpur, Koela Belwa, Bhuwan Chhapra, Banshghat, North Gawandra, South Gawandra and Mani Chhapra gram panchayats of Kalyanpur CD Block.
Sakhuwa Parsauni 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 6,718 people living in 1204 individual households. There were 3,342 males and 3,376 females at the time of census.
Belwa Parsauni 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 9,310 people living in 1,370 individual households. There were 4,790 males and 4,511 females at the time of census.
As per Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, No. 43 Supaul (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: Supaul municipality; Gopalpur Sire, Bakaur, Ghuran, Baruari, Pipra Khurd, Ramdatt Patti, Balwa, Karnpur, Laukha, Basbitti, Goth Baruari, Ekma, Balha, Bairo, Sukhpur Solhni, Telwa, Bairiya, Chainsinghpatti, Malhni, Parsarma Parsauni gram panchayats of Supaul community development block; and Marauna CD Block.
Panchayats in Sahebganj community development block are: Ahiyarpur, Baidhyanathpur, Bangra Nizamat, Basantipur, Chainpur, Basudeopur Sarai, Bishnupur Kalyan, Bishnupur Patti, Gaura, Gulab Patti, Halimpur, Hussepur Ratti, Hussepur,Sahebganj Jagdishpur, Madhopur Hazari, Nawanagar Nizamat, Paharpur Manorath, Pakri Basarat, Parsauni Raisi, Pratap Patti, Rajepur, Rampur Asli, Roop Chhapra and Saraiya.Gulab Patti is most prosperous panchayat in sahebganj
The Runni Saidpur block lies in the southwest corner of the Sitamarhi district. It is bordered by the Belsand and Parsauni blocks to the northwest, Dumra to the north, Bajpatti to the northeast, and Nanpur to the east. On the south, it borders the Minapur and Aurai blocks of the Muzaffarpur district.
Several program are funded for education, agriculture from Bivha International School, Bivha Rural Development fund, national banks, NABARD, & World Bank.A dairy farm, which produce approx 1,00,000 liter milk per day, has been also established by Bivha Corporation in simrahi Bazar (Supaul). There is also an egg farm, which produces approx 20,000 eggs per day, It is established by M/S Koshi egg layer farm in parsauni village (Supaul).ref name="Times of India"
Dr. Harikrishna Prasad Gupta Agrahari (born 25 February 1950, Parsauni Bhatta, Nepal) () is a Hindi and Nepali language poet in the modern generation of Hindi poetry. He is known for his contribution in Nepali as well as Hindi literature. He completed Bachelor of Science and received a doctorate of philosophy degree from India and Hungary. His research letter was rewarded by Budapest University, Hungary. Gupta has published almost the two dozen of his books in various genres.