Bijuri

Bijuri is a city and a Municipality or Municipal Council or Nagar Palika Parishad in Anuppur district in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India.

Bijuri
City
Bijuri is located in Madhya Pradesh
Bijuri
Bijuri
Location in Madhya Pradesh, India
Bijuri is located in India
Bijuri
Bijuri
Bijuri (India)
Coordinates: 23°16′15″N 82°07′28″E / 23.2707100°N 82.1245700°ECoordinates: 23°16′15″N 82°07′28″E / 23.2707100°N 82.1245700°E
Country India
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictAnuppur
Population
(2001)
 • Total28,218
Languages
 • OfficialHindi
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
484440
Telephone code07658-264___
Vehicle registrationMP-65

Geography

Bijuri is located at 23°16′15″N 82°07′28″E / 23.2707100°N 82.1245700°E.

Transport

Rail connectivity

Bijuri railway station is situated in Anuppur–Ambikapur rail route, and is a LOCO railway station on this route. Bijuri railway station has three platforms.

Following is the list of all the trains starts from and pass through Bijuri (BJRI) Railway Station:

To ABKP

  1. Durg - Ambikapur Express
  2. Manendergarh - Ambikapur Passenger
  3. Shahdol- Ambikapur Memu
  4. Shahdol - Ambikapur Passenger
  5. Jabalpur - Ambikapur Intercity Express

To CHRM

  1. Rewa - Chirimiri Fast Passenger
  2. Bilaspur - Chirimiri Passenger
  3. Anuppur - Chirimiri Passenger
  4. Chandia Road - Chirimiri Passenger
  5. Katni - Chirimiri Passenger
  6. Anuppur - Manendragarh Passenger

To APR

  1. Ambikapur - Durg Passenger Express (18242)
  2. Chirimiri - Durg Passenger Express (28242)
  3. Chirimiri - Saugor Passenger (51755)
  4. Ambikapur - Jabalpur Intercity Express (11266)
  5. Chirimiri - Chandia Road Passenger (58221)
  6. Ambikapur - Shahdol Passenger (58702)
  7. Ambikapur - Anuppur Passenger (58224)
  8. Chirimiri - Rewa Fast Passenger (51754)
  9. Ambikapur - Anuppur Menu (68750)
  10. Chirimiri - Bilasapur Passenger (58220)

By Road

National High way 43 connects Bijuri with other parts of the state. Buses services are operating between cities of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand and Bihar.

By Air

The nearest airport is Swami Vivekananda Airport, which is located in Raipur.

Demographics

In a 2011 census, Bijuri had a population of 32,682.[1]

Economy

Bijuri is a coal mining area. Bijuri is one of the Sub-Area of Hasdeo Area (SECL) Controlling many Coal Mines of this region Under the Umbrella of Bijuri Sub-Area Office. [2]

Education

Schools

1. C.L.K. Govt. higher secondary school, Lohsara, Bijuri

2. Saraswati Higher Secondary School , Bijuri

3. KIDZEE(a play school) , Bijuri

4. Laal Gulab High School, Chhataha Mohalla, Bijuri

5. St. Joseph's Mission School, Bijuri

6. Ramakrishna Vivekananda Vidyapeeth, Kapildhara, Bijuri

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Colleges

1. Govt. Degree College, Bijuri

2. Bijuri Institute of Technology (B.I.T.) Near SBI Bank, Bijuri

Places to visit

1. Hanuman Mandir

Hanuman Temple

Hanuman Temple

2. Mata ki Madhiya

3. Shiv Mandir, Bijuri Colliery

4. Bhagta Mandir, Bhagta

5. Hanuman Mandir, Bijuri

Hanuman Temple, Bijuri

Hanuman Temple

6. Lal Pahad, Kapildhara

7. Durga Mandir, Bijuri

Maa Durga,Bijuri

Maa Durga

Durga Temple,Bijuri

Durga Temple

8. Turra Dham,Dola, Ramnagar Colliery

9. Panchmukhi hanuman temple kotma road 100 meter from clk school, Bijuri

10. Sitamadhi kothi, Kothi

11. Shree karamghogheswar dham 1.5 km from thangaun, thangaun

12. Ananya Vatika

References

  1. ^ "Population of Madhya Pradesh (Census 2011)" (PDF). City Managers' Association Madhya Pradesh. Retrieved 2 December 2014.
  2. ^ Pareek, H.S. (1987). "Petrographic, chemical and trace-elemental composition of the coal of Sohagpur coalfield, Madhya Pradesh, India". International Journal of Coal Geology. 9 (2): 187–207. doi:10.1016/0166-5162(87)90045-0. Archived from the original on 1 February 2013. Retrieved 14 April 2010.
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