Maya Bigha

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Mayabigha
village
Country  India
State Bihar
District Jehanabad
Area
 • Total 3 km2 (1 sq mi)
Population (1080)
 • Total 1,080
 • Density 360/km2 (930/sq mi)
Languages
 • Official Maithili, Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 804406
Telephone code 06114
Vehicle registration BR-25
Nearest city Ghosi
Sex ratio 970 /
Literacy 88%%
Lok Sabha constituency Jehanabad
Vidhan Sabha constituency Ghosi

Mayabigha is a small village located in Jehanabad district of Bihar state, India. The current population of this village is 1052, and the literacy rate is 84%. Mukhiya of this village is Girija Sharma. MLA is Rahul Kumar from JD(U) party whereas the MP is Arun Kumar from Rashtriya Lok Samata Party.

Mayabigha is a small village in the state of Bihar in Eastern India. It is approximately 4 km west of Islampur town and 10km south from Ghoshi town. Barabar hills, which is a famous tourist destination is about 10km south of this village. Barabar hills has historical importance and is popular pilgrimage shrine for Hindus. Bodhgaya is situated about 50km south of this village and Rajgir is situated about 60km east of this small village. This village is known for having people of all castes and producing high literacy rate. Due to the extreme hardworking nature of its villagers, Mayabigha has been able to produce highly successful individuals despite facing extreme poverty. Mayabigha has inspired many villagers to empower them and grow together by becoming a role model village.