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Simri-Bakhtiarpur

Simri-Bakhtiarpur
Azad Nagar Ganj
town
Simri-Bakhtiarpur
Simri-Bakhtiarpur
Location in Bihar, India

Coordinates: 25°43′0″N 86°35′0″E / 25.71667°N 86.58333°E / 25.71667; 86.58333Coordinates: 25°43′0″N 86°35′0″E / 25.71667°N 86.58333°E / 25.71667; 86.58333

Country  India
State Bihar
District Saharsa
Elevation 31 m (102 ft)
Languages
 • Official englishHindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 852127
Coastline 0 kilometres (0 mi)
Lok Sabha constituency Khagaria
Vidhan Sabha constituency Simri Bakhtiarpur
Avg. summer temperature 43 °C (109 °F)
Avg. winter temperature 15 °C (59 °F)

Simri-Bakhtiarpur is a town in Saharsa district of Bihar state, India

Geography

It is located at 25°43′0″N 86°35′0″E / 25.71667°N 86.58333°E / 25.71667; 86.58333 at an elevation of 31 m above MSL.[1]

Noted Personalities

noor hasan (district secretry football)
Yaseen Anwer (Founder & Managing Editor, Poets Corner Group) AFROJ ALAM(GUDDU)(SOCIAL WORKER,Azad Nagar Ganj,SBPUR)Saharsa

Location

National Highway 107 passes through Simri-Bakhtiarpur. Nearest airport is Patna Airport.

References

External links

  • About Simri-Bakhtiarpur
  • Satellite map of Simri-Bakhtiarpur
SHAHI MASJID(AZAD NAGAR GANJ)NEPAL ROAD SIMRI BAKHTIYARPUR,DISTT.SAHARSA
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