Mayureswar II (community development block)
|Community development block|
|• Total||61.14 sq mi (158.36 km2)|
|• Density||1,850/sq mi (714/km2)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5.30)|
|Area code(s)||+91 3462|
|Literacy Rate||62.77 per cent|
Mayureswar II (community development block) (Bengali: ময়ূরেশ্বর II সমষ্টি উন্নয়ন ব্লক) is an administrative division in Rampurhat subdivision of Birbhum district in the Indian state of West Bengal. Mayureswar police station serves this block. Headquarters of this block is at Kotasur.
Kotasur is located at.
As per 2001 census, Mayureswar II block had a total population of 113,050, out of which 58,175 were males and 54,875 were females. Mayureswar II block registered a population growth of 14.40 per cent during the 1991-2001 decade. Decadal growth for Birbhum district was 17.88 per cent. Decadal growth in West Bengal was 17.84 per cent.
As per 2001 census, Mayureswar II block had a total literacy of 62.77 per cent for the 6+ age group. While male literacy was 73.09 per cent female literacy was 51.84 per cent. Birbhum district had a total literacy of 61.48 per cent, male literacy being 70.89 per cent and female literacy being 51.55 per cent.
The Sarbomongola Temple is located at Kundala. Its floor is made of white stone brought from Rajasthan.Nobody knows how old the temple is.This temple is the pride of this district.Once Sadhak Bamakhyapa of Tarapith came here and worshipped the Goddess here.
Rath Bari of Kundala is well known for its architectural beauty. A Rath Fair is held at Kundala on the eve of Rath Yatra. This fair is nearly 100 year old. Thousands of people from the surrounding villages throng to celebrate Rath Yatra at Kundala, one of the oldest villages in the district of Birbhum. Besides, at Kundala Borobari Durgapuja is 300 year old. The name and fame of this ancient village spread all over the district. Babu Janaki Nath Mukhopadhyay and his three sons namely Babu Ramaprasanna Mukhopadhyay, Rai Rajani Bhushan Mukhopadhyay bahadur, Babu Annada Prasanna Mukhopadhyay led a pivotal role in developing not only the surrounding area but also the entire district. This is perhaps the only village in the district where two separate primary schools for the boys and the girls were set up by the Zamindars.
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