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Maheshkhunt

Maheshkhunt
Maheshkhunt(Madarpur)
Village
Maheshkhunt
Maheshkhunt
Location in Bihar, India

Coordinates: 25°27′0″N 86°38′0″E / 25.45000°N 86.63333°E / 25.45000; 86.63333Coordinates: 25°27′0″N 86°38′0″E / 25.45000°N 86.63333°E / 25.45000; 86.63333

Country  India
State Bihar
District Khagaria
Languages
 • Official Maithili, Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 851213
Coastline 0 kilometres (0 mi)
Nearest city Begusarai
Lok Sabha constituency Khagaria

Maheshkhunt is a village , commonly a mini city in Khagaria district of Bihar state, India.it has a great history, bright present and brighter future ahead.Many millionaire run the city well economically.

Geography

It is located at 25°27′0″N 86°38′0″E / 25.45000°N 86.63333°E / 25.45000; 86.63333.[1] Maheshkhunt is one of the villages in Gogri Tehsil, Khagaria District, Bihar State. Maheshkhunt is 5.5 km from its Tehsil Main Town Gogri. Maheshkhunt is located 17.2 km from its District Main City Khagaria. It is located 153 km from its State Main City Patna

Villages near Maheshkhunt

Maheshkhunt Pin Code is 851213 and Post office name is Maheshkhunt and its STD code is 06245. Other villages under Maheshkhunt Post office are Madarpur, Pakrail, Samaspur, Jhiktiya and Banni. Other villages in Gogri Tehsil are Baltara, Basudeopur, Borna, Deotha, Gouchhari, Itahari.

Nearby villages with distance are Telaunchh (2.6 km), Gobindpur (2.6 km), Madarpur (2.7 km), Pipra (3.5 km), Banni (3.8 km),. Towns nearby are Gogri (5.5 km), Chautham (7.2 km), Mansi (11.3 km), Beldaur (12 km).

Education In Maheshkhunt

There are many good schools in and near by the village.

List Of School:

1. English School, English Tola Maheshkhunt: 2. Sardar Patel Memorial High School Rajdham Maheshkhunt: 3. Madhya Vidyalay Madarpur 4. Rajkiye madhya vidhalaya , maheshkhunt 5. Chandrashekhar singh Girl's High School, Maheshkhunt 6. D.A.V Public school, Dyanand nagar, Maheshkhunt 7. Delhi Public School, Maheshkhunt

Colleges Near Maheshkhunt

1. Sharda Girdhari Keshri College Maheshkhunt: 2. KDS College Gogari : 3. Koshi college khagaria,

Festivals in Maheshkhunt

Holi, Ram Navmi (Chati Durga Puja), Durga Puja (Dashara), Diwali, Kali Puja, Chat Puja, Kartik Puja, maker sankranti, Ganesh Chturthi

languages of Maheshkhunt

The main language of this village is Angika (Theti) Hindi.English by many people, Russian by 3 or less students. People understand bhojpuri and other languages too.

Agriculture In Maheshkhunt

1. Maize 2. Wheat 3. Paddy 4. Banana 5.Battle

Hospital /Doctors and Popular medical store

  1. Narayan Nurshing Home, Maheshkhunt, Dr. B k Vidyarthi
  2. Government Hospital, Maheshkhunt
  3. Dr. C D Singh
  4. Dr. Premshankar kejriwal/ Vivek clinic
  5. Dr. Lakshmi Prasad Sah/ Naya Medical Hall/ Anand Homeo Hall
  6. Dr. Ashok kumar and Smt Manju devi
  7. Dr. Pradeep kumar/ VET
  8. Dr. Abhishek keshri , BDS
  9. Dr. Vikram kumar , BDS
  10. Medico centre / Anil prasad Sah
  11. Shalini drug agency, Gayatri medical, popular medical, Munna medical hall,
  12. Many homeopathic doctors and few Ayurvedacharya,
  13. Still old tradition to treat disease seen,

Transportation

  1. Maheshkunt Railway Station, Maheshkhunt (Main route Under Barauni-Katihar-Guwahati)
  2. Bus Stand, Maheshkhunt (Connect NH31 and NH107)

Location

National Highway 107 starts at Maheshkhunt. Nearest airport is Patna Airport.


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