Bandhawan

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Bandhawan is a small village in the Bhojpur district of India. The population is around 5,000.

History[edit]

The name Bandhawan comes from : "Bandhu"(bhai) and "an"(suffix)=Bandhawan.

Economy[edit]

Bandhawan was the biggest center of sugarcane in the era of British India, but nowadays the major sources of income are paddy, wheat, maize and onion.