Synonyms for udaypur or Related words with udaypur

kendua              sankarpur              hariharpur              bahadurpur              manpur              sundarpur              madanpur              rasulpur              kalikapur              lakhanpur              ganeshpur              ramchandrapur              pipariya              pratappur              shankarpur              deurali              pokhariya              bhagwanpur              hakimpur              chincholi              chhata              bibipur              hasanpur              dumri              sonapur              jitpur              pimpalgaon              kataiya              ibrahimpur              maheshpur              bahera              gobindpur              gurha              syedan              manpura              sakhuwa              bhimpur              ramkrishnapur              balua              chisapani              rajpur              chainpur              radhanagar              lalpur              gokulpur              basantpur              venkatapur              jagannathpur              shivpur              laxmipur             



Examples of "udaypur"
Udaypur has one primary school and one secondary school.
Char Udaypur is a village in Barisal District in the Barisal Division of southern-central Bangladesh.
Baidyapur, Hasanhati, Udaypur, etc. villages are named due to the Kavya.
Tapara, Mahuwa, Kunia, Mahadeuli, Sohali (Soili), Kohali (Koili), Puraina, Ostajpur, Bhokpur, Saduwa, Jamunabojhi, Banjaritanda, Bikrampur, Shreepur, Udaypur, Jogipur
Gram panchayats of Kushmandi block/ panchayat samiti are: Akcha, Berail, Deul, Kalikamora, Karanji, Kushmandi, Maligaon and Udaypur.
Hats, bazars and fairs Hats and bazars are 23, fairs 4, most noted of which are Mollahat, Udaypur and Nagarkandi.
Udaypur is a village in the Kalna II CD Block in Kalna subdivision of Bardhaman district in West Bengal, India.
As per the 2011 Census of India Udaypur had a total population of 811, of which 412 (51%) were males and 399 (49%) were females. Population below 6 years was 68. The total number of literates in Udaypur was 590 (79.41% of the population over 6 years).
Hasanhati is a village in Kalna II CD Block in Kalna subdivision of Bardhaman district in West Bengal, India. It is surrounded by the villages named Udaypur, Mirhat, Amdabad, Ramnagar, Narkeldanga, Baidyapur, etc.
Panchayats in Gandey CD Block are: Badkitand, Jharghatta, Dasdih, Barmasiya 1, Fuljori, Ghatkul, Mednisare, Gandey, Udaypur, Champapur, Dokidih, Karribank, Barmasiya 2, Fulchi, Pandri, Taratand, Kunselwadah, Badkunda, Parwatpur, Ahiliyapur, Budhudih, Jamjori, Rasanjori, Gajkunda, Fuljhariya and Banki Kala.
Rural area under Kushmandi block consists of eight gram panchayats, viz. Akcha, Deul, Karanji, Maligaon, Beroil, Kalikamora, Kushmandi and Udaypur. Kushmandi police station serves this block. Headquarters of this block is in Kushmandi.
Other villages in Kalna II CD Block include (2011census figures in brackets): Pindira (1,213), Satgachhi (1,088), Akalpoush (2,394), Badla (1,935), Kalyanpur (1,887), Bara Dhamas (2,228), Hasanhati (1,475) and Udaypur (811).
Udaypur Wildlife Sanctuary (also spelled Udaipur) is a wildlife sanctuary located in West Champaran district of Bihar state, India. It was established in 1978, and covers an area of 8.74 km².
Other villages include Amgoria, Badulia, Bamshore, Channa village, Charanpur, Gangpur, Gonna Serandi, Jhamatpur, Kaigram, Kasba, Kuara, Kumirkola, Majida, Muidhara, Pahalanpur, Paharhati, Palitpur, Panchula, Putsuri, Routhgram, Sankari, Srikhanda, Uchalan and Udaypur Kalna Burdwan.
Freedom fighter Sir Khetaram Saini was an eminent lawyer, political and social leader in India during the British Raj. He was knighted in 1962 in Udaypur Wati. Khetaram Saini was born in 1878 in Jodhpur, in what is now the state of Rajasthan. He was born in a Mali Hindu family. He was educated at the University of Calcutta. Khetaram worked in the Calcutta High Court as a lawyer where he was a member of Marwari Maha Sabha. He was transported to Kalapani Andman jail in 1939, after freedom he was come back in Udaypur Wati.
Extant of Maholi Assembly constituency is KCs Pisawan, Maholi, Chandra & Maholi NP of Mishrikh Tehsil; PCs Saraora, Godwa, Bambhaura, Rojaha, Jagana, Tihar, Sahadat Nagar, Sohai, Baseti, Bibipur, Koraiya Udaypur, Jar, Arthalia Grant, Keshawpur & Aliya of Aliya KC of Sitapur Tehsil (Sadar).
Akbar, the Mughal emperor, (1542-1605) wished to marry the daughter of Fatte Sinha Rana-ji Rava. Akbar was refused because he was of an unsatisfactory caste. This decision led to war. Many rajput, including Fatte Sinha Rana-ji Rava, were killed. The survivors of the war were led by Udaybam Rana-ji Rava. They founded a settlement, Udaypur.
The historical gadhi was believed to be made by King Chandrasen. Sen Dynasty was establish in Makwanpur on 13th century in Nepal. At that time Makwanpur State is divided in 5 district (Taaluk) Saptari, Mahottari, Rautahat, Bara and Parsa. Sen kings ruled Saptari from Bijaypur earlier, after the establishment of Chaudandi they ruled it from Udaypur.
Chanchal Chowdhury was born and brought up in the village of Kamarhaat in Pabna. He was born in Hindu Family He passed his SSC from Udaypur High School in 1990 and HSC from Rajbari Government College in 1992. He came to Dhaka in 1993 to apply for admission in the Department of Fine Arts at the University of Dhaka. His parents wanted him to be an engineer but an innate urge for art and culture drove him to want something else.
There was another ancient temple at Bakduar called "Temple of Bakdebi". Bagdebi was desired goddess of king Bhabachandra. Bagduar was an ancient and civilized porgona under pirganj. The temple of Bhabachandra (About to destroyed) is situated at Udaypur under Bagduar porgona. 'Palergar' is situated aside of Bagdebi's temple. This place is now known as Daneshnagar. People say that Bharatchandra/ Hobochandea, relative of 'king Lora' was live at 'Lorarpat'. Which is 06 km away from pirganj. Most probably this area was developed at early 11th century.