Ghosta

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Ghosta
Village
The location of Ghosta as shown within the map of Bihar, India
The location of Ghosta as shown within the map of Bihar, India
Ghosta
Location in Bihar, India
Coordinates: 24°44′13″N 84°32′26″E / 24.736834°N 84.540564°E / 24.736834; 84.540564Coordinates: 24°44′13″N 84°32′26″E / 24.736834°N 84.540564°E / 24.736834; 84.540564
Country  India
State Bihar
District Aurangabad
Elevation 108 m (354 ft)
Population
 • Total 500
Languages
 • common Magahi and Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 824103
Telephone code 06186
Vehicle registration BR 26
Sex ratio 1000:878 /
Ghosta
Town
The location of Ghsta as shown within the map of Lebanon
The location of Ghsta as shown within the map of Lebanon
Ghosta
Location in Lebanon
Coordinates: 33°59′18″N 35°40′21″E / 33.988271°N 35.672408°E / 33.988271; 35.672408
Country  Lebanon
Governorate Mount Lebanon
District Keserwan
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Area code(s) 09

There are at least three populated places in the world named Ghosta: Ghosta, Bihar in India, Ghosta, Mount Lebanon in Lebanon, and a small village on the Kabul River in Afghanistan.

Ghosta, Bihar[edit]

Ghosta is a village in Aurnagabad district, in the Indian state of Bihar. The village has a population of 1000 which mainly consists of bhumihar's community and other caste such as kahar, mahadalit,yadav, Nai etc.The village is situated in the mist of nature.the resident of this village are highly placed in the society such as professor,engineer,in administration and businessman of high repute. it have the potential to develop with modern Indian society in the 21st century.

Ghosta, Mount Lebanon[edit]

Ghosta is a municipality in the Keserwan District of Lebanon. It is home to the Congregation of Maronite Lebanese Missionaries and its main monastery, and the birthplace of Lebanese pioneer painter, Daoud Corm (1852 – 1930) and of pioneer Lebanese journalist, Philippe Ziade (1909 – 2005).[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Fayek Khoury (1980). Fifty Years of Journalistic Memories (in Arabic).