Synonyms for shekhpura or Related words with shekhpura
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had a population of 1932. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%.
has an average literacy rate of 68%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 75%, and female literacy is 61%. In
, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.
-Lakehesarai-Barauni-Begusarai-Khagaria-Mansi to Saharsa and Katihar
is a census town in Patiala district in the Indian state of Punjab.
Villages nearby include Samaspur Kalan (1.2 km),
(1.3 km), Bhatpura and Kazi Bans (2.0 km).
-Lakehesarai-Barauni-Samastipur to Muzafarpur and Dharbhanga
Barh comprises CD Blocks Athmalgola, Belchhi & Barh; Gram Panchayats Dhiwar, Parsawan, Goasa
& Bihari Bigha of Pandarak CD Block.
c) Barkakana-Koderma-Tilaya- Nawada-
-Lakehesarai-Kiul-Jamalpur –Munger-Sahebpur kamal-Khagaria-Mansi to Sharsha and Katihar
She was born October 10, 1938 in
, Punjab (now part of Pakistan). She was Director of Sports for Women in the State Department. She graduated from Punjab University with a master's degree in Political Science in 1958.
College:Here colleges are come under Tilkamanjhi university, Bhagalpur. Most reputed college is Ramadhin college, which located in girihinda, Sheikhpura. Others are Islamia high school, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Chandrshekhar Banke Nasib College, Hathiama, Sanjay Gandhi Smarika Women's College
, Sundar Singh College Mehus, Sheikhpura, Nimi College Shekhopur Sarai,MURLIDHAR MURARKA, Sanskar Public High School, Utkarmaniya High school Hussainabad, Sheikhpura.
Ashwini Kumar Chattoraj was the government-appointed municipal administrator during the mid-60s. Dr Pande (Father of Shanti) was the BDO vet around that time. After their transfers the town gradually slipped into poor decay. This is sad for a town whose municipality, covering Lal Garh, Khalasi Mahalla, Bahanno Bigha, Pathar Chapti, Meena Bazar,
, Barbad, Kushma and Kundu Bungalow, was inaugurated by a young lawyer from South Africa, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi in 1910.
is one of the smallest district of Bihar having just six blocks and people are dependent on agriculture. Some Mining of smaller hillocks with crushers is one of the main activities for employment. In 2006 Ministry of Panchayati Raj named Sheikhpura one of the country's 250 Poverty in India (out of a total of 640). It is one of the 36 districts in Bihar currently receiving funds from the Backward Regions Grant Fund Programme (BRGF).
Rajo Singh started his political career as a volunteer for Dr Shri Krishna Sinha, the first Chief Minister of Bihar. It was easier working for him as Dr Singh's village Maur village is just few km away from his village Hathiama. He learnt the art of politicking from him and he had witnessed every major development which took place in Bihar. As a member of legislative assembly he raised issues and slogans for development of
district. He had visited almost all the villages of
District either on foot or on cycle or in some of the villages on boat. His priority of development was water for farmers, health centers, road connectivity and educational centers. He was life time senate member of Tilaka Manjhi University, Bhagalpur. There are number of Primary Schools, Middle Schools, High Schools and Colleges which have been built in the district with sole contribution of Rajo Babu. People had immense faith in him and his advise was taken seriously and people donated land for school buildings and money for construction and running of these schools. He was also instrumental in carving out a small place like Sheikhpura into district during the period of Shri Lalu Prasad Yadav, the then Chief Minister of Bihar. He contributed in development at the cost of personal safety and once Mr Nitish Kumar, Chief Minister of Bihar the then Cabinet Minister of Railway were pelted with stones at Sheikpura when foundation stone for the 122-km long railway line between
and Daniala Neura was laid. Shree Singh was the one who made Sheikhpura to be District from a block on 31 July 1994 in the regime of Shree Laloo Prasad Yadav.
During the Mughal period, Akbar (1542–1605), Saharanpur became an administrative unit under the Province of Delhi. Akbar bestowed the feudal "jagir" of Saharanpur to the Mughal treasurer, Sah Ranveer Singh, an Agarwal who laid the foundations of the present day city on the site of an army cantonment. The nearest settlements at that time were
and Malhipur. Saharanpur was a walled city, with four gates: the Sarai Gate, the Mali Gate, the Buria Gate and the Lakhi Gate. The city was divided into the neighbourhoods named Nakhasa Bazar, Shah Behlol, Rani Bazar and Lakhi Gate. The ruins of Shah Ran Veer Singh's old fort can still be seen in the Chaudharian locality of Saharanpur, not far from the better known 'Bada-Imam-bada'. He also built a large Jain temple in Muhallah/Toli Chaundhariyan, it is now known as the 'Digamber-Jain Punchayati Mandir'.
During the Mughal period, Akbar (1542–1605), Saharanpur became an administrative unit under the Province of Delhi. Akbar bestowed the feudal "jagir" of Saharanpur to the Mughal treasurer, Sah Ranveer Singh, an Agrawal Jain who laid the foundations of the present day city on the site of an army cantonment. The nearest settlements at that time were
and Malhipur. Saharanpur was a walled city, with four gates: the Sarai Gate, the Mali Gate, the Buria Gate and the Lakhi Gate. The city was divided into the neighbourhoods os Nakhasa Bazar, Shah Behlol, Rani Bazar and Lakhi Gate. The ruins of Shah Ran Veer Singh's old fort can still be seen in the Chaudharian locality of Saharanpur, not far from the better known 'Bada-Imam-bada'. He also built a large Jain temple in Muhallah/Toli Chaundhariyan, it is now known as the 'Digamber-Jain Punchayati Mandir'.
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