Maya Bigha

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Maya Bigha
village
Country  India
State Bihar
District Jehanabad
Area
 • Total 3 km2 (1 sq mi)
Population (870)
 • Total 870
 • Density 290/km2 (750/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

Maya Bigha is a small village located in Jehanabad district of Bihar state, India. It is 10 km south of Ghosi town, current population is 1052, literacy rate is 84%. Mukhiya of this village is Mr Girija Sharma. MLA is(2014) Rahul Kumar,JD(U), MP is (2014): Arun Kumar, Rashtriya Lok Samata Party

Maya bigha is a village. It is approximately 4 km west from islampur, 10 km south from Ghoshi. Famous barabar hill is about 10 km south from this village. Barabar hill has historical importance, and famous pilgrimage for Hindus. Bodh gaya is situated about 50 km south of this village and rajgir is situated about 60 km east of this small village. This small village is known for its literacy rate and highly qualified people.A boy of this village who became valedictorian at American International school,Islamabad and President of USA Mr Barrack Obama given him a certificate for his excellence in academic success and Deputy High Commissioner of United State,Islamabad presented him a Gold Medal. Presently this boy is doing his MS at Arizona State University,Tempe,Phoenix, USA after his grand success in Engineering from Delhi Technological University(Formerly known as Delhi College of Engineering).