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Bhojpur/Ara

Bhojpur is the administrative district with headquarters at Arrah (Ara).

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Comment by DrRavi ranjan on January 1, 2014 at 8:47am

sabon ko nav varsh ki subh kaamnayen....Happy new year 2014 to all.

Comment by DrRavi ranjan on December 15, 2013 at 8:29am

The food needs of a special child are the same as for any child. 
REMEMBER: Helping the child develop feeding skills as early as possible is of special importance because good nutrition is essential for health and life. The food needs of a special child are the same as for any child.

Good use of the lips and tongue when feeding is also important for future speech.

Comment by DrRavi ranjan on December 15, 2013 at 8:09am

WILL A CP CHILD EVER WALK INDEPENDENTLY ?

YES IF,

 the child has attaind the  walking with support by the age of 4 Years

NO IF 

this milestone is not achieved by this age

Comment by DrRavi ranjan on November 8, 2013 at 6:46pm

CHAATH PUJA KI SABON KO SUBH KAMNAYEN...

Comment by mritunjay bhardwaj on April 1, 2012 at 12:52am

hi... frnds how r  u

Comment by Suraj Lal Rajak on February 8, 2011 at 8:04pm
Hi Friends! How r u all?
Comment by Rajeev Mishra on February 1, 2011 at 8:05pm
हमार गाँव हमार माटी हमार बोली ! इहे ह हमार जनून !
Comment by Mohammed Hossen on October 3, 2010 at 10:48pm
Ref: INFORMATION ABOUT ANCESTRAL VILLAGES IN STATE
OF BIHAR

Dear Respected members and friends

As usual, I do hope and pray, Godwilling, you, your family members are fine and in high spirit.

I am a Mauritian. My ancestor came from Bihar, India in June 1858 to Mauritius to work as labourer. He was my great great grandfather. I have always wanted to know from which village/place he was from and even, visit the village, Godwilling, one day.

In September 2009, I have been able to trace my ancestor who came to Mauritius. According to records available at the Archives Department of the Indian Immigration Museum in Mauritius as recorded in June 1858, he was from:

My great great grandfather, DULULL, son of Lollsah, was from

Village: Nurunjempore

Zillah: Arrah

Pergunnah: Bhojepore

(State of Bihar, India)

He arrived in Mauritius on 07 June 1858 on the ship: Atiet Rohoman. Port of Embarkation: Calcutta.

I understand that the District of Arrah of 1858 is now divided into more districts . Thus, the village of Nurunjempore ( now written as Niranjanpur) in the District of Arrah (of 1858) as recorded in Mauritius in June 1858 could be located in any of the districts: Arrah/Bhojpur or nearby districts of Rohtas, Buxar and Kaimur.

I have done some internet search to locate that village in Bihar from such websites as:. : http://www.maavooru.net and www.brandbihar.com According to these websites, there are 5 “Niranjanpur” in Rohtas, Buxar and Kaimur altogether (none in Arrah/Bhojpur) and one “ Niranjanpur” in Jehanadad/ Aiwal District. (Jehanadad/ Aiwal District has never formed part of Arrah District of 1858, isn’t and am I right). The 5 “Niranjanpur” in Rohtas,Buxar and Kaimur are as follows:

(a) Kaimur District

Block Chainpur

Niranjanpur (population 508)

(b) Buxar District

(1)Block Buxar

Niranjanpur (population 728)

(2)Block Dumraon

Niranjanpur (population 584)

(c) Rohtas District

(1)Block Karakat

Niranjanpur (population 1907)

(2)Block Sasaram

Niranjanpur (population 302)

The details of the one in Jehanabad/ Aiwal district is as follows:

Block Kahler

Niranjanpur (population 1385)

The Village “Niranjanpur” I am searching could be anyone of the above mentioned.

Now, as residents of Buxar and Bihar, , I would appreciate very much if you could help me to know : (a) which one of the above “Niranjanpur’s” is most probable that my ancestor was from, based on which ones already existed in 1858 and the boundary of Arrah District and Bhojepore Sub-division Boundary in 1858 and subsequent redrawn of their boundaries. (b) any other government/non-government organizations worth contacting who are familiar with the Geography and History of Bihar and dealing with the carthography of Bihar state/their districts. (c) Am I right to assume that the most probable one(Niranjanpur) is the one in Buxar (Block Dumraon) because as recently as about 20 years ago, Buxar was part of Bhojpur.

Secondly, my great great grandmother (wife of “DULULL” )came from Bihar, India in June 1858 to Mauritius on the same ship with her parents.

Her name was BUCHNY(11 y.o in 1858), daughter of Emamdy(Father) and Lohurry (mother), was from

Village: Turrookchaukun
(Toorookchaukeea on her parents’ records in Mauritius)

Zillah: Arrah
Pergunnah: Bhojepore

(State of Bihar, India)


Again, I have done some internet search to locate that village in Bihar from such site as:. http://www.maavooru.net and www.brandbihar.com According to these websites, there is a village by the name of “TARA CHAK”(population 1388 inhabitants) in the Block of Agiaon of Bhojpur District.

(c) Did the “Tara Chak” Village in the Agiaon Block of Bhojpur District exist in 1858 and if yes, is it the same village as recorded as “TurrookChaukun” or “Toorookchaukeea” in 1858 in Mauritius?

Email: ile_maurice_pl@live.com

I like to have friends from Bihar(especially from Bhojpur, Rohtas, Buxar, Kaimr, Patna, Begusarai Districts). I need you help to locate my ancestors' villages. Thank you all.
Comment by Punit srivastava on September 13, 2010 at 12:52am
mast
Comment by Dr.ehsanahmedkhan on September 9, 2010 at 8:18am
first the name arra like shahabad should be replaced by baboo kunwar sing's name as dist. kunwardham or even some better name
 

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