Synonyms for rajpur or Related words with rajpur

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The district is divided into two sub-divisions, Barwani and Sendhwa, which are further divided into nine tahsils, Barwani, Sendhwa, Pansemal, Warla (Varla) Niwali, Thikri, Pati, Anjad and Rajpur, and seven developmental blocks, Barwani, Pati, Sendhawa, Pansemal, Niwali, Thikari and Rajpur. The four Vidhan Sabha constituencies in this district are Pansemal [Pansemal Tehsil+Niwali Tehsil], Barwani [Barwani+Pati], Sendhwa [Sendhwa Tehsil] and Rajpur [Rajpur+Anjad+Thikari+Balsamud]. Barwani, Sendhawa, Pansemal and Rajpur assembly constituencies are part of Khargone Lok Sabha constituency.
The city of Rajpur Sonarpur is also geared towards luxury living with big real estate projects like Srijoni Complex, Sherwood Estate, South Winds, Deeshari Mega City Township Project, Primarc Sukriti, Avani Victoria Greens, Atri Green Valley, SGIL Gardenia building up luxury apartments with plenty of open spaces and amenities of a mini townships in varioues localities like Narendrapur, Rajpur Chowhati, Rajpur market and Rajpur Harinavi between N.S.C Bose Road and E M Bypass. Heavyweight transportation businesses are growing in the area.
Rajpur may refer to several places in India and Nepal :
Rajpur is a village in Sonebhadra, Uttar Pradesh, India.
As of 2011 India census, Rajpur had a population of 2757 in 522 households. Males constitute 52.7% of the population and females 47.2%. Rajpur has an average literacy rate of 38.7%, lower than the national average of 74%: male literacy is 64.38%, and female literacy is 35.61%. In Rajpur, 21.6% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Rajpur Gomtipur is an affluent area located in Ahmedabad, India.
India census, Rajpur had a population of 17,913. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Rajpur has an average literacy rate of 59%, lower than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 68%, and female literacy is 49%. In Rajpur, 17% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Rajpur is located at It has an average elevation of .
Total children (0-6) in Rajpur Sonarpur city are 31,588 as per figure from Census India report on 2011. There were 16,186 boys while 15,402 are girls. The child forms 7.45% of total population of Rajpur Sonarpur City.
Operated by Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC), Rajpur Bus Station is a small bus terminal. National Highway 2 passes through Rajpur. Services are available to Akbarpur, Bhoginpur and nearby places.pukhrayan Railway Station provides train connection.
Rajpur is a town and a nagar panchayat in Barwani district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Integrated Border Check Post at Agra Mumbai Highway run by Government of Madhya Pradesh is at Balsamud in Rajpur tehsil.
Rajpur, Baroda was an Indian princely state located on the bank of river Mahisagar. Thakur Saheb Shree Mansinhji Fatehsinhji Maharaulji was the last Thakur Saheb of Rajpur. The history of the Rajput Royal family is associated with Lord Jaladhar Mahadevji.
The area was home to the royal landlords (jamindars). The name Rajpur has been thus derived from the Bengali words Rajar Puri (bn: রাজার পুরী) to Rajpuri and in this form to the now Rajpur. Being on the banks of the Adi Ganga (Old Ganges), Rajpur was one of the major locations of Bengal at that time. The proximity to Kolkata's southern district and being on the banks of Adi Ganga, which is just across the river made the place to be well connected. The old jamindar's house in Rajpur Harinavi is like the Roy Choudhury's. The family stayed in Rajpur. The Ramakrishna Mission, Belur Math set up an ashram in the Narendrapur area and made the school and college popularly known as Narendrapur Ramakrishna Mission. Rajpur is the ancestral place of the renowned Indian patriot and freedom fighter Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
Rajpur is located at . It has an average elevation of 225 metres (738 feet).
ii. Ambikapur & Central North-East of Lundra, Rajpur, Shankargarh, Wadragnagar and Pratappur blocks.
Brahampur, Buxar, Dumraon, Rajpur (SC), Ramgarh, Mohania (SC), Kargahar, Nokha, Obra, Aurangabad
In Rajpur there is very old local stadium, Called Gadheda Stadium.
Ozar is located in the Narmada Valley, at . Ozar lies from Barwani & from Rajpur.
This is also one of the important junction Connecting Ambikapur, Ramanujganj, Kusmi and Pratappur and Rajpur.
Construction of another connector from Padmapukur, Baruipur to Kamalgazi, Rajpur Sonarpur is in full swing.