Katoria

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Katoria is a community development block in Banka district, Bihar, India.[1] It is one of the part of 11 blocks that make up the Banka district. It is part of Banka lok sabha constituency along with other assembly constituencies viz Amarpur, Banka, Belhar and Dhoraiya.[1] It is part of Banka lok sabha constituency along with other assembly constituencies viz Amarpur, Banka, Belhar and Dhoraiya.[1]Katoria Block is bounded by Chandan Block towards South, Belhar Block towards North, Banka Block towards East, Sangrampur Block towards North. Banka, Deoghar, Jhajha, Amarpur are the nearby markets to Katoria. Katoria consists of 223 Villages and 16 Panchayats. Jamua is the smallest Village and katoria is the biggest Village . It is in the 247 m elevation(altitude) . Demographics of Katoria Block. People from Katoria widedly spread abroad in western countries.

Biggest city near to katoria is kolkatta, west Bengal and Patna, Bihar.

Radhanagar is a village near by katoria.

Language[edit]

Angika is the Local Language here. People also speak Hindi and Santhali. Total population of Katoria Block is 146,613 living in 23,777 Houses, Spread across total 223 villages and 16 panchayats. Males are 76,328 and Females are 70,285

Weather and Climate of Katoria Block[edit]

Katoria summer highest day temperature is in between 29 °C to 44 °C . Average temperatures of January is 16 °C, February is 20 °C, March is 27 °C, April is 32 °C, May is 35 °C .

How to reach Katoria Block[edit]

By Road[edit]

There are frequent buses which play reguilarly from Deoghar, Jasidih, Banka, Bhagalpur and Sultanganj. It is approximately 35 km from Deoghar. You can also hire a private auto rickshaw or car.

By Rail[edit]

The railway station is approximately 1.5 km from the center. A local train plays daily between Jasidih/Deoghar and Banka. Jaisidih is on the main line and is well connected to all big cities. All major trains including Rajdhani and Shatabdi Express stop here.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Banka District, Bihar". Retrieved 2013-06-26.