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Bhagabanpur I (community development block)

Bhagabanpur I, Kajlagarh
ভগবানপুর I সমষ্টি উন্নয়ন ব্লক
community development block
Bhagabanpur I, Kajlagarh is located in West Bengal
Bhagabanpur I, Kajlagarh
Bhagabanpur I, Kajlagarh
Location in West Bengal, India
Coordinates:
Country  India
State West Bengal
District Purba Medinipur
Area
 • Total 179.95 km2 (69.48 sq mi)
Population (2001)
 • Total 198,868
 • Density 1,100/km2 (2,900/sq mi)
Languages
 • Official Bengali, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Lok Sabha constituency Kanthi
Vidhan Sabha constituency Bhagabanpur, Chandipur
Website .in.govpurbamedinipur

Bhagabanpur I (community development block) (also spelt as Bhagawanpur) is an administrative division in Egra subdivision of Purba Medinipur district in the Indian state of West Bengal. Bhagabanpur police station serves this block. Headquarters of this block is at Kajlagarh.[1][2]

History

Bhagwanpur is a historical place. A myth says it was 'sadar' of an old king, whose 'Rajprasad' was at 'Kajlagarh' (which is a tourist place because of this 'Rajprasad', 12 km away from Bhagabanpur). Also Bhagwanpur led all major freedom movements at the time of independence. Many people joined the 1942 Quit India movement. This block is thickly populated and education is very high. Major two religious -Hindu and Muslims peoples reside there in harmony for long years.Peoples are mainly agricultural farmers producing- rice, jute, potato, vegetables, betel (sold in various parts of India). Many peoples struggled in Indian Freedom Movement and many of them killed by British forces. Gandhi visited bhagwanpur, Kakra, etc. villages during "Laban Satyagraha" (Salt) movement. Some Muslims are Urdu speaking. Bajkul Milani Mahavidyalaya is a graduate College located at Bajkul in this Block.

Geography

Bhagabanpur is located at .

Bhagabanpur I [[Community Development Block in India|community development block]or Kajlagarh] has an area of 179.95  km2.[2]and Kajlagarh is the one of most femous Tourist spot because of its old Kingdom or known it Kajlagarh Rajbari and old Kali Temple.

Gram panchayats

Gram panchayats of Bhagabanpur I block are: Benudia, Bhagbanpur, Bibhisanpur, Gurgram, Kajlagarh, Kakra, Koatbarh, Mahammadpur I, Mahammadpur II and Simulia.[3] The Panchayet Samiti, all major offices and Block Development office is located at Kajlagarh.

Transport

The place is accessible by bus. Direct buses are plying from Howrah, Kolkata, Mecheda, Tamluk, Egra, Jaleswar, Baleswar, Puri, Midnapore city via Kharagpur city. The nearest railway station is Bajkul (Deshpran rail station) which is almost 1.5 km away from the place. From there, Bhagwanpur can be reached by bus, Taxi, tracker, etc. The name of the bus stand is Shibbazar (named after a lord Shiba temple at the bus stand).

Demographics

As per 2001 census, Bhagabanpur I block had a total population of 198,868, out of which 101,548 were males and 97,320 were females. Bhagabanpur I block registered a population growth of 13.59 per cent during the 1991-2001 decade. Decadal growth for the combined Midnapore district was 14.87 per cent.[2] Decadal growth in West Bengal was 17.84 per cent.[4]

Places of interests

There are sites those are popular and attract tourists: 1. Kali Temple, 2. Ram Temple and 3. Bhagabanpur Masjid 4.Syed Mazar 5. Kajlagarh Raj Palace 6. Temple at Bhimeswari. Apart from these there is a 'Sahid Bedi'. (That is a temple like bedi, the top of which contains a pot. Myths say this 'bedi' is in the memory of the freedom fighters who died during a fight with the British Police in 1942 and the pot contains blood of those freedom fighters).A children's park is going to be set up 2 km from the Shib Bazar bus stand. Last but not the least, the scenic beauty of every village is a great treat to watch. Kalaberia bazar, Bhagabanpur bazar, Gopinathpur bazar and Bhimeswari bazar are famous in Bhagabanpur . Boating at Kalaberia is a great adventure.

Banking & Finance

PNB, Mugbaria Gramin Bank, CBI Kajlagarh Branch, Bhagwanpur Gramin Bank, SBI Bajkul branch, UBI Bajkul branch, many sub-post office at Bhagwanpur-I Kajlagarh .

Education

There are many popular and famous schools - 1. Bhagwanpur High School 2. Kajlagarh High School 3.Kalaberia P K High School 4. Bhimeswari High School, 5. Kakara High School, 6. Bajkul Janakalyan School,7.Bibhishanpur High School, 8. Gopinathpur High School (in the middle of Chandipur & Bhagwanpur police station) are among them. People are highly educated and qualified with many principals, professors, doctors, engineers, technocrats, teachers, government employees residing there.

Health

There is a government hospital named Bhagwanpur Gramin Hospital, Kajlagarh Hospital. There are many nursing homes and clinics in Bhagwanpur.

Temple

There are Temples of Bhagwan Ramji, Mata Sitarani and Brother Laksman besides the Bajkul-Egra road at Bhagwanpur bus stand. The temples at Kajlagarh, Bhimeswari are famous. During poush Sankantri, various mela, gramin melas, worships are

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