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Jogiara - Joyce Coates

Jogiara is a village in the Darbhanga district in the Indian state of Bihar. The village is named after Jogi Singh Rechts, who emigrated with his two siblings Bir Singh and the other from Jodhpur, Rajasthan, in the middle of the 17th century and settled in the first Raghopur, Vaishali (where his village is after him as Birpurbes). The other takes down in the village of Rawaich in the absence of Bakhtiyarpur in Patna. They have the wrong clan of Rathores from Jodhpur. There was another brother of Jogi Singh (Sarvsen) named Bhimsen, who runs his residence on the banks of the Lakshmana he and BBhimwara rights, the last was renamed Bahilwara. Bahilwara Rathore spread to the villages of Dhanukhi, Garha and Premnagar in the Runisaidpur block.

The main religion is Hindu. The parishes are Rajput; Maithil Brahmins; Maithil Karna Kayastha; Haluwai, Thakur (Hazaam), Teli, Sudi, Mandal, Sewak, Tatma, Dom, etc. Jogiara is a place of historical importance. The village war definition of advocacy and party against the Mughal emperor never heard of paying the land revenue. The village rights and the great M├Ąchul dynasty. Mithila Maharaja Sir Kameshwar Singh, also known as Darbhanga Maharaja, has a basic control over this village. The village of Jogiara also took a strong stand against the government.

Jogiara is a base of royal families and culture. The Zamindari statue house is Haweli Deudhi from Jogiara. This palace, removed as Deudhi, was owned by Babu Gopal Singh, a Zamindar who. The difference Haweli interests the Darbaar from Babu Narayan Prasad Singh.

After the administration of the village the democratic form of government and follows the constitution of India.

This village is near Darbhanga.

Demographics

According to the 2011 census, the overall economy of Jogiara is quiet 6717 with 1404 apartments.

The administrative authority has 48.5%. The ratio of women to taxes of Jogiara limits 93.01%, compared with the ratio of women to taxes of Bihar of 91.93%.

The literacy rate was 66.63%, much more than when compared to the literacy rate in Bihar. In Jogiara, the literacy rate for women is 77.20%, the literacy rate for women is 55.58%.

The religious religion is Hindu. The schedule caste makes up around 11.7% of the total population. The working population is around 27%.

Maithili language is the main language of relationships. Hindi is the right language. English is heard but not heard. The economy on agriculture.

entity total Male Female
population 6713 3478 3235
Planned caste 659 349 303
Tribe tribe 0 0 0
People under 6 years of age 1274 670 604
Literati 3114 1954 1160
Working population 1918 1579 339

communication

The village of Jogiara has a railway station belonging to Jogiara and is part of the East Central Railway, Samastipur railway division. It is connected by two main stations, Darbhanga and Sitamarhi. The adjacent stations are Dewra - Bandhauli (direction Darbhanga) and Chanduana Halt (direction Sitamarhi). A highly anticipated 68 km broad gauge stretch from Darbhanga-Sitamarhi was sold in 2008. Please was there a gauge on this route. Owned 12 trains stop at Jogiara station. Jogiara is directly connected to Kolkata via Mithlanchal Express and via Darbhanga with general Indian values.

Jogiara is also well connected by road. It can be heard from Jale Atarwel Road, Pupri Madhubani State Road (SH52) and also from Garri, Kamtaul Darbhanga Road (SH57) with Darbhanga. It is 38 km from Darbhanga and 1 hour drive from the Kamtaul Highway.

The village of Jogiara does not have an air service. The air transport facility now visible is located at Patna Airport, which is approximately 158 km from Jogiara. A new airport opens in Darbhanga, approx. 41 km from the village.

The village is also served by the India Post. Post code formation 847303.

education

In this village, the various areas of education such as the D.Litt. (Doctor of Letters); Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy), LL.D., MD (Medicine & Surgery), Engineer, Chartered Accountant, MBA, etc.

The literacy rate of the village act 57.25% compared to the literacy rate of the status 47%. The village's literacy rate is better than the correct literacy rate. Literacy is low and needs immediate attention from central and state governments.

The literacy rate for women shows 55.58% of the literacy rate for individuals of 77.20%.

Work status, workforce and personality

The personality associated with Indian civil service; Indian Police Services; Indian Allied Services; Medical services, forest services, education and university services; BPSC, railroad services and general services are administered with the behavior of this village.

The total work-related relationships 35.26%. Of these, 56.23% are men and 12.88% women.

The main working population is made up of 25.54% of the total population. 43.38% of men are the main working population. 6.5% of women are main climbers. First the marginal labor force 9.73% of all rights. 12.86% of the men are marginally working population. 6.39% of women are marginally working population.

The total inactive population 64.74% of the total population. 43.77% of men are not gainfully employed. 87.12% of women are not gainfully employed.

Interests

Dr. Binod (Bachchaababu) Dr Md Sajjad Lecturer, Center for State Studies. Department of History, AMU, Aligarh The Muzaffarpur District Gazette, written by LSS'O'Mally,