Synonyms for puraini or Related words with puraini
Examples of "puraini"
Nathnagar comprises CD Blocks Nathnagar & Sabour; Gram Panchayats
, Sanholi, Baijani, Khiribandh, Jamani, Saino, Bhawanipur Desri, Chandapur, Jagdishpur, Sonuchak-
, Imampur, Shajangi & Habibipur (CT) of Jagdishpur CD Block.
community development block are: Kurshandi, Sapardah, Aurai, Nardah, Ganeshpur, dharmapur
, Banshgopal, Makdampur and Durgapur.
4.Maa Nagina Shahi Mahavidlaya : It is Gratuaton educational institute located at
In the 2001 census
Block had a population of 77,792.
Tharakiya 6 km,
1.6 km, Jangipur 3.4 km, Bhojpur 3.7 km, Garbandh 7.2 km, Bilaspur 7.8 km.
is a village development committee in Banke District in the Bheri Zone of south-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2636 and had 512 houses in the village.
is one of the administrative divisions of Madhepura district in the Indian state of Bihar. The block headquarters are located at a distance of 48 km from the district headquarters, namely, Madhepura.
Extant of Atrauli Assembly constituency is KCs Atrauli, Dadon, Bijoli, PCs Gaonkhera, Ganiyawali, Jujharka, Gobli, Chendauli Buzurg, Bhavigarh, Koreh Raghupura, Fazalpur, Rehmapur, Gajipur, Tebthu, Madapur, Utara,
Ismailpur of Barala KC & Atrauli MB of Atrauli Tehsil.
Panchayats in Kumarkhand community development block are: Bishanpur Sarhad, Bishanpur Bazar,
, Parmanandpur, Lakshmipur Bhagwati, Ramnagar Mahesh, Tengraha Sikiyaha, Rauta, Tengraha Parihari, Sihpur Gadhiya, Lakshmipur Chandisthan, Rahta, Belari, Bishanpur Korlahi, Ranipatti Sukhasan, Kumarkhand, Israin Khurd, Mangarwara, Israni Bela, Israin kala and Baishadh.
As per Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, No. 70 Alamnagar (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: Alamnagar,
and Chausa community development blocks; Rahta Phanhan, Nayanagar, Sahjadpur, Lashkari, Manjora, Jotaili, Khara, Budhma and Gopalpur of Udakishunganj CD Block.
Bageshwari, Banakatawa, Banakatti, Basudevapur, Bejapur, Belahari, Belbhar, Betahani, Bhawaniyapur, Binauna, Chisapani, Ganapur, Gangapur, Hirminiya, Holiya, Indrapur, Jaispur, Kalaphanta, Kamdi, Kanchanpur, Kathkuiya, Khajura Khurda, Khaskarkando, Khaskusma, Kohalpur Municipality, Lakshmanpur, Mahadevpuri, Manikapur, Matahiya, Narainapur, Naubasta, Nepalganj Municipality, Parsapur, Phattepur, Piparhawa, Puraina,
, Radhapur, Rajhena, Raniyapur, Saigaun, Samserganj, Sitapur, Sonapur, Titahiriya, Udarapur, Udayapur
Extant of Biswan Assembly constituency is KCs Biswan, Manpur, PCs Ahamdabad, Kankarkui, Kauwakhera, Aruwa, Konsar, Kotra, Gurera, Tedawakalan, Nakaila, Belwa Basahia,
, Bagahadhak, Murthana, Lalpur, Sukhawa Kala, Sanda of Jahangirabad KC & Biswan MB of Biswan Tehsil; PCs Saraiyan, Patara Kalan, Daudpur, Mahotepur, Maholi, Lalawa, Saraurakala & Bhithauli of Peer Nagar KC of Sidhauli Tehsil.
The Muker in Bihar claim to be descendants of early Arab settlers, whose initial area of settlement in South Asia was the Makran region. According to their tradition they arrived in Bihar during the period of Khilji ruler, and were initially known as Makrani, which was eventually shortened to Muker. They are found in Bhagalpur and Deogarh Darbhanga (Simri, Rampura, Dharnipatti, Kelwagachhi, Karamganj, Harchanda, Sidaspur, Kharaj villages), Supual(Jadia, Phulkaha, Raghunathpur, Parsa Grahi, Baghelwi, Tamua, Koriapatti, Chikni, Manganj, Kokraha Tribeni Ganj, Chunni, Soharwa, Kushar, Parsa Tappu, Barmotra and Triveniganj villages), Madhepura (Bishanpur, Tikulia, Rmnagar, Gardoal, Rahta, Lakshmipur,
, Gada, Pathraha Kajra Pakri Villages) Madhubani (Aunsi, Nayatola, Kabai, Shakri) and Saharsa districts, and in Bhagalpur are found in the settlements of Amarpur, Sabour, Shahkind, Barahat and Banka. They speak both Urdu and the local Angika language.
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