Delhua

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Delhua

Delhua is a village in Post Govindpur of the Nawada District of Bihar, India. It is 20 km from Nawada with a total population of this village is about 5,000. Shiv Mandir is a famous temple in this village.

Man-made features[edit]

There are four temples in this village: They are Hanuman mandir, Durga mandir and a famous Shiva mandir, situated on a hill named Murli Pahad[clarification needed]. Every year on the occasion of Dussehra there is a mela.

The village also has many wells.

Climate and geography[edit]

Delhua features an a typical version of the humid subtropical climate. Summers are long and extremely hot, from early April to mid-October, with the monsoon season in between. The months of March to May see a time of hot prickling heat. Monsoon arrives at the end of June, bringing some respite from the heat, but increasing humidity at the same time. The brief, mild winter starts in late November and peaks in January and is notorious for its heavy fog. Extreme temperatures range from −0.6 °C (30.9 °F) to 46.7 °C (116.1 °F).

The village has an average elevation of 80 meters (262 feet). The Sakri river flows nearby, and Kakolat Falls, a popular waterfall in Bihar is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) away.

Crops[edit]

Rice, wheat, corn, chickpeas (chana), peanuts, and sarson are the village's main crops.

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Coordinates: 24°47′48″N 85°39′16″E / 24.79667°N 85.65444°E / 24.79667; 85.65444