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Sonbarsa Raj

Sonbarsa Raj

Sonbarsa Raj

—  village  —
File:Purnia, Patna
Sonbarsa Raj
Location of Sonbarsa Raj
in Bihar and India
Coordinates 25°25′N 86°25′E / 25.41°N 86.42°E / 25.41; 86.42Coordinates: 25°25′N 86°25′E / 25.41°N 86.42°E / 25.41; 86.42

Country India
State Bihar
District(s) Saharsa district
Subdistrict(s) Sonbarsa Raj
Nearest city Sour Bazar
Parliamentary constituency Patna
Assembly constituency Patna
Civic agency Saharsa
Population 1.26 Lakh (2011)
Time zone IST (UTC+05:30)
Website [http://Sonbarsa Raj]

Sonbarsa Raj in Saharsa district, Bihar, India is a main settlement on National Highway 107, extending from Maheshkhunt to Purnia.

Sonbarsa is a Town in Sonbarsa Tehsil , Saharsa District , Bihar State . Sonbarsa is located 24.1 km distance from its District Main City Saharsa . It is located 160 km distance from its State Main City Patna .

Other villages in Sonbarsa Tehsil are Baith Mushahri , Baraith , Barsam , Kopa , Mahua North , Mangwar , ... . .

Sonbarsa Pin Code is 852129 and Post office name is . Other villages in ( 852129 , ) are Lagma , Dehad , Sahsaul , Soha , Sonbarsa , ... . .

Near By Villages of this Village with distance are Dehad(1.4 k.m.) ,Soha(3.5 k.m.) ,Sahsaul(5.1 k.m.) ,Bhatauni(5.2 k.m.) ,Biratpur(5.5 k.m.) ,. Towns Near By Sonbarsa(0 k.m.) ,Banma Itahari(8.1 k.m.) ,Salkhua(11.3 k.m.) ,Simri Bakhtiarpur(12.5 k.m.) ,

Biratpur, an archeological site, is located approximately 8km away.

British Raj ruled Gandharia sub clan of Parmar Rajputs. The last titular zamindar Maharaja Hari Ballabh died without son and succeeded by his daughter's son, who was from Rajawat Sept of Kachhwaha clan in the Jaipur State of Rajasthan.


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