Kumhari

Kumhari is a city located in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. It is a part of the Durg district of the state. It is situated at the twenty-one degrees and sixteen minutes north latitude. Its longitudinal position is eighty-one degrees and thirty-one minutes east. It is situated at an average elevation of 284 meters above the sea level.

Kumhari is located in Dhamdha tehsil of durg district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. Kumhari is a Nagar Palika Parishad and situated at durg district and raipur district border beside kharun river.

The nearest city to Kumhari in Durg is Bhilai. It is situated at a distance of 5.5 nm towards the west of the Kumhari city. Raipur, the capital city of the state is located towards the east of this Chhattisgarh city. Kumhari's distance from Raipur is about 6.8 nm. The other nearby towns are Jamul and Banbarad situated towards the west of the Kumhari city of Durg. While its distance from the town of Jamul is 6.6 nm, Banbarad is situated 9 nm away from the city of Kumhari. Towards the north of the Kumhari city are the towns of Dharsinwa and Kusmi situated at a distance of 11.7 nm and 15 nm respectively. The city of Mandhar in Raipur district is situated at a distance of 10.6 nm towards the east of the city of Kumhari. The city of Patan is situated 14 nm away towards the south of Kumhari, Chhattisgarh.

The nearest airport to this Chhattisgarh city is the one located in [Raipur] Swami vivekanand airport.

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Kumhari is located in Chhattisgarh
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Location in Chhattisgarh, India
Kumhari is located in India
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Kumhari (India)
Coordinates: 21°16′N 81°31′E / 21.27°N 81.52°ECoordinates: 21°16′N 81°31′E / 21.27°N 81.52°E
Country India
StateChhattisgarh
DistrictDurg
Government
 • TypeMunicipal Corporation
Area
 • Total36.9 km2 (14.2 sq mi)
Elevation
285 m (935 ft)
Population
(2011)
 • Total35,044
 • Density950/km2 (2,500/sq mi)
Languages
 • OfficialHindi, Chhattisgarhi
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
Pin
490042
Vehicle registrationCG-07

Geography

Kumhari is located at 21°16′N 81°31′E / 21.27°N 81.52°E.[1] It has an average elevation of 285 metres (935 feet). Area: 36.9 km2 Density: 949.7 inh./km2 [2011] – Change: +1.65%/year [2001 → 2011]

Demographics

Kumhari is divided in 24 wards. Kumhari municipal corporation had controlled kumhari town and also controlled 5 villages named Kugda, Rampur, janjgiri, parsada, pahanda.As of 2011 India census,[2] Kumhari had a population of 45000. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Kumhari has an average literacy rate of 63%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 71%, and female literacy is 54%. In Kumhari, 16% of the population is under 6 years of age.KUMHARI IS BEST my life my house in kumhari maa mahamaya temple ÷

Places of interest

Kaivalydham Jain temple, raipur
Kaivalydham Jain temple
  • Kevalya Dham: Jain temple of white marble is on NH 6 and is a place of tourist attraction. Kevalya Dham is a popular Jain tourist pilgrim attraction located in Kumhari town. The temple is also known as Sri Adinath Jain Shwetambar Tirth collection of 26 small and big Jain temples magnificently built with marbles. The temple enshrines the idols of all 24 Tirthankars in small temples with one large temple complex with idol of Rishabhdev. On the corner wall within the shrine carries a detailed description of Sri Shatrunjay Maha Tirtha. A dadabari is also present near this temple. This Temple also has a dharamshala equipped with all modern facilities. Tourists and devotees from far off places in India visit these temples on a regular basis.
  • Mahamaya Temple: There is an old temple of goddess Mahamaya.The beautiful Maa Mahamaya Devi Mandir in Kumhari town is another popular religious attraction. Tourists and devotees from near and far off places visit this temple to offer prayers and seek goddess Mahamaya's blessings.
  • Kharun River: Kharun River is a tributary of Shivnath river that empties into Mahanadi river.
  • Sai Dham: Sai dham is shridi sai baba tempal located at NH 6 kumhari. *trade mark plazza: business Centre in real estate trade mark located at NH 06 station chowck kumhari

Educational Areas

In kumhari multipal Schools and Colleges are presented which provide quality education in town.

List of Schools:

  • Govt. Higher Secondary School Kumhari
  • Bharti Vidyalaya Kumhari
  • Vidya Jyoti Higher Secondary School Kumhari
  • Mansarowar School Janjgiri
  • Vishva Vedanta School Kumhari
  • Vichakshan Vidyapeeth Near Kevalaya Dham, Kumhari

List of Colleges:

  • Sandipany Academy, Achhoti, Kumhari-Ahiwara Road,
  • Shri Rawatpura Sarkar Pharmacy College
  • Shri Rawatpura Sarkar B.Ed college
  • ICFAI University

Industries

Kumhari has different types of industries which provides employment to peoples of nearby areas and deals in Timber Products, Steel, iron, coal, Liquor and much more.

Some major Industries are-

  • Kedia Castle Industries Limited
  • Shukla Timber Mart
  • Ayush Timber Company
  • Vikas Timber Traders
  • Yugbodh digital printing

Important Websites

  1. Durg Government [1]
  2. Chhattisgarh Government [2]

References

  1. ^ Falling Rain Genomics, Inc - Kumhari
  2. ^ "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.
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Bemetara

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Bharri

Bharri is a village situated in the northeastern Bihar district of Katihar.

Bharri comes under the constituency of Kadwa. Its Sub-divisional office is at Barsoi and Block Development Officer (BDO)'s Office at Kumhari. This village has a hospital and also a post office and also a Panchayat office which is headed by people elected member called Mukhiya (Who is responsible to check all the development in the Panchayat) and a Sarpanch (who is responsible to check all the issue related to crime and its settlement). This village has a proper telephone communication to District Headquarters Katihar and as well as Sub-divisional office Barsoi and also have a proper electricity and road communication Bharri.

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Durg

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Durg district

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The town of Bhilai is home to the Bhilai Steel Plant.

now durg has been divided into 3 major district namely Durg, Balod and Bemetara.

The present collector of Durg is Shri Umesh Kumar Agrawal.

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As per the new numbering system:

All north-south oriented highways will have even numbers increasing from the east to the west

All east-west oriented highways will have odd numbers increasing from the north to the south

All major Highways will be single digit or double digit in number

Three-digit numbered highways are secondary routes or branches of a main highway. The secondary route number is prefixed to the number of the main highway. For example, 144, 244, 344 etc. will be the branches of the main NH44

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Parpodi

"Parpodi," also known as "Raja Parpodi," (Hindi: परपोड़ी) is a town and a Nagar Panchayat in the Bemetara district of Chhattisgarh, India.

The town is situated in the district of Bemetara in the state of Chhattisgarh, India. It has a small population and has been declared a "Nagar Panchayat" of the Bemetara district.

Situated along the Durg-Kabirdham road, the town is easily accessible by road from the city of Bemetara /Durg/Raipur , which was the ancient citadel of the Gondwana dynasty, is known for being a historical, religious, and cultural venue. According to popular legend, the name of the town was given after the name of the last Zamindar aunt "Parmeshwari Devi."

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