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Auraiya is a village development committee in Rautahat District in the Narayani Zone of south-eastern Nepal. Auraiya is 6 KM west from the District headquarters Gaur. The village takes its name from "AMLA" which means "Indian gooseberry". At the time of the 2014 Nepal census it had a population of 10,832(Male-5,630 Female-5,202,93.17% Hindu, 6.83% Muslim) people living in more than 1648 individual households. The literacy rate is 77% which is higher than average villages of Nepal. Most of the people of the village are employed in the "Government Services" of Nepal like Engineering, Forestry, Medicine, Education & so many.
Its borders Bihar in south with two villages Hirapur and Chainpur.
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