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Country  India
State Bihar
District Gaya
Elevation 159 m (522 ft)
 • Official Magahi, Hindi, Urdu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Coastline 0 kilometres (0 mi)
Nearest city Gaya, Kolkatta
Lok Sabha constituency Gaya
Avg. summer temperature 30–48 °C (86–118 °F)
Avg. winter temperature 20–3 °C (68–37 °F)
Bhadeya village front view

Bhadeya is a country side locality in Gaya district of Bihar, India.

Bhadeya is located in Barachati, Gaya, in the state of Bihar in northern India.

Bhadeya includes Bhadeya, Karma and its localities of Azizabad, Karimgunj, Ansar Nagar, Zahoorabad. It also comprises Sondiha, Paili, Chhaura Bandh, Bigha, Imamgunj, Gaiwal Karma, Hasanpur, Mananbigha.


Bhadeya is at 24.78 north and 84.98 east. It is close to the Gulsakari river. National Highway 2 and Oldham Road (the old road from Gaya to Chota Nagpur) pass through Bhadeya.


Pathans are the ethic majority. Beyond farming and local transport services people work in the states of the Persian Gulf, providing the area with an important source of income.


Bhadeya has a tropical climate. Summers are generally hot (April–June), while winters are cool (October–February). It experiences southwestern monsoon rains from July to September.


Bhadeya has schools and tuition centers serving rural south Bihar including:

Sir Syed Memorial School
  • Sir Syed memorial school
  • Azad Academy
  • Urdu middle school, Bhadeya (Now Upgraded to 10+2)
Urdu Middil School Bhadeya
  • Mushtaq Ali Khan Minority High School
  • Madarsa Amjadia,


The majority of population is Sunni Muslim. Bhadeya has five mosques: Bhadeya Jama Masjid, Bigha Par ki Masjid, Masjid Ali Azizabad, Masjid aziz and one at Kata Par. one more mosques are under construction in Shamshuddin Nagar.

Notable individuals[edit]

  • Babu Mushtaque Ali Khan
  • Janab Abdul Aziz Khan
  • Janab Kamal Uddin Khan
  • Janab Ozair Ahmad khan


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