Chousa

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Chousa
चौसा सामुदायिक विकास खंड
CHOUSA
Community development block
Nickname(s): CHOUSA
Chousa is located in Bihar
Chousa
Chousa
Location in Bihar, India
Coordinates: 25°30′55″N 87°02′08″E / 25.51528°N 87.03556°E / 25.51528; 87.03556Coordinates: 25°30′55″N 87°02′08″E / 25.51528°N 87.03556°E / 25.51528; 87.03556
Country  India
State Bihar
District Madhepura
Government
 • Type Community development block
 • Body POLICE SATAION
Population (2001)
 • Total 116,471
Languages
 • Official Maithili, Hindi, Angika
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Lok Sabha constituency Madhepura
Vidhan Sabha constituency Alamnagar
Website madhepura.bih.nic.in

Chousa is one of the administrative divisions of Madhepura district in the Indian state of Bihar. The block headquarters are located at a distance of 55 km from the district headquarters, namely, Madhepura.

Geography[edit]

Chousa is located at 25°30′55″N 87°02′08″E / 25.5153200°N 87.0356060°E / 25.5153200; 87.0356060

Panchayats[edit]

Panchayats in Chousa community development block are:

Rasalpur Dhuria, Gosai, Chirouri, Paina chotki badhouna kulahariya tola Phulaut West, Phulaut East, Morsanda, Laualagan West, Laualagan East,

Chausa East, Chausa west, Arajpur West and Arajpur East.[1]

Demographics[edit]

In the 2001 census Chousa Block had a population of 116,471.

Religious Connection[edit]

Muharram Mela: The most solemn and colourful Muslim function held in chausa and it is organized by Md. Munawwar Alam

Durga pooja festival is celebrated by the people of Chousa. Previously it was managed by Lakhi Ram (Ex Congress President).

These Days Durga puja is being celebrated by the common people of chousa.There are three places in chousa for celebrate the festivels annually.

One of the most Festival that is 'Chath' is being celebrated in all over the Bihar, in the chousa the most popular place for this festival is A Small pond near Abhiya tola, in chousa east as well as near agriculture field (near chousa market & bus stand chok)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chausa Block". Blocks of Madhepura. brandbihar.com. Retrieved 2011-02-07.