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Khiriyawan village is a small village in Gaya district, Bihar, India.[1]


Around 2500 people live in the village. Most of them belong to Rajut sirmour rajput caste. 99 percent of the population is educated, as the village has a primary school for first to fifth year. Magahi is the widely spoken language here.[2]


Transport to the village is mainly by train or by bus. The nearest main railway station is Gaya, and the local railway station is Wazirgunj. The local market is 4 km away at Wazirgunj, and the main town is the city of Gaya 25 km away.


The village is in an almost dry area. The main source of employment is agriculture.


  1. ^ "Khiriyawan Village in Gaya Town C D Block (Gaya) Bihar |". Retrieved 2016-01-12. 
  2. ^ "Khiriyawan Village, Gaya Block , Gaya District". Retrieved 2016-01-12. 

Coordinates: 24°44′N 85°00′E / 24.733°N 85.000°E / 24.733; 85.000