Mungra Badshahpur

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Mungra Badshahpur मुंगरा बादशाहपुर
Mungra Badshahpur मुंगरा बादशाहपुर is located in Uttar Pradesh
Mungra Badshahpur मुंगरा बादशाहपुर
Mungra Badshahpur मुंगरा बादशाहपुर
Location in Uttar Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 25°39′N 82°11′E / 25.65°N 82.18°E / 25.65; 82.18Coordinates: 25°39′N 82°11′E / 25.65°N 82.18°E / 25.65; 82.18
Country  India
State Uttar Pradesh
District Jaunpur
Founded by Jauna Kha
 • Type Bhartiya Janta Party
 • Total 9 km2 (3 sq mi)
Area rank 7
Elevation 403 m (1,322 ft)
Population (2011)
 • Total 26,747
 • Density 8,706.86/km2 (22,550.7/sq mi)
Languages Awadhi, Hindi, Vedic Sanskrit
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 222202
Telephone code 05454
Vehicle registration UP 62
Sex ratio 1 /1.024

Mungra Badshahpur (मुंगरा बादशाहपुर) is a town and a municipal board in Jaunpur district of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is situated 35 km east of Allahabad city in the North-West part of Varanasi Division.


Attitude varies from 261 ft to 290 ft. above M.S.L. (Mean Sea Level). The topography of the town is mainly a flat plain. The soils are mainly sandy, loamy and clayey. There is a paucity of minerals. Excavations at some places yield to some rocks which are burnt to make lime. The lime obtained from sand and gravel is used in buildings construction work. Mungra Badshahpur is often affected by the disaster of floods.The temperatures of the town lie between a minimum of 4.30C and a maximum of 44.60C. Average annual rainfall is 987 mm.


Religion in Mungra Badshahpur
Religion Percent

As of 2011 India census,[1] Mungra Badshahpur is a Block, can be called developed. The number of women is 1020 to every 1000 men. which had a population of 26,747. Males constitute 49.89% of the population and females 50.11%. Mungra Badshahpur has an average literacy rate of 71.8%, higher than the national average of 68.5%: male literacy is 77.7%, and female literacy is 65.9%. The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (Hindi for Total Literacy Campaign) was launched in 2001 to ensure that all children in the 6–14-year age-group attend school and complete eight years of schooling by 2010. An important component of the scheme is the Education Guarantee Scheme and Alternative and Innovative Education, meant primarily for children in areas with no formal school within a one kilometre radius. Mungra Badshahpur literacy in age group 7-18 is 98.7%. many of people doing jobs in Delhi, Mumbai, Surat and many cities of India. Maa kali and Daulatiya {Bajarangbali} temple is famous in this town.


There are some historical sites and worth-seeing sights in the town. Maa Kali Dham Situated in the heart of the town. it's majestic front gate built with a view to security and it was decorated with Brown, yellow stones And Daulatiya Hanuman are the chief attractions of tourists. All the historic & worth-seeing spots have their own special importance.


As of 2015 the economic development of the town is mainly dependent on agriculture. The chief cause of this is the absence of heavy industry in the town. Several industries are coming up along the Varanasi Jaunpur highway. A cotton mill is operational near Karanja Kala. At Satahariya too, about 85 industrial units like M/s Raja Flour Mill, Pepsico India Holdings, Howkins Cookers Limited, Amit Oil & Vegetablle, Chaudharana Steel Limit, Saurya Aluminium are running. The Animal Husbandry, a dairy unit is established. Three fourths of the population of the town is dependent on agriculture.

Panchayat and villages[edit]

There are 66 Panchayats in Mugra Badshahpur kshetra panchayat / block:

Panchayat Village/Gram
Ahmadpur Kaitholi Ahmadpur, Kaotholi, Bahorikpur, Govinddaspur
Amogh Adepur, Amod
Ashapur Ashapur
Ashawa Ashawa
Babhaniyaw Babhaiyao
Badagaw Badagaon
Banbirpur Banbirpur, Khemaipur
Bankat Bankat
Bhairo Sultanpur Bhairo Sultanpur
Bhasot Bhasoth
Bhikhpur Bhikhpur, Chakmathiya, Rakhauli
Birbalpur Songra Birbalpur
Budansapur Budhansapur
Chandauki Chandauki, Majhgava
Chhanehata Chhanehata
Chitapur Karkoli Chitapur, Saraipkhen
Devi Himmatpur Devipur
Dhourhara Dhaurahra
Fattupur Nisfi Babhanpur, Fattupur Nisfi
Gariaon Gariaon, Jaunpur
Godhuwa Godhuva
Goraiyadeeh Goraiyadeeh, Bhairopur, Palkapura, Satvan, Vijhwaniyakapura
Haidarepur Haidarepur, Purelal
Hasanpur Hasanpur
Holpur Holpur, Umarganj
Itahara Itahara, Pura Harsu
Jaipalpur Jaipalpur
Jakhniya Gopalpur, Jakhania, Narayanpur
Kabirpur Kabirpur
Kachhidih Kachideeh
Kamalpur Kamalpur, Uttar Pradesh, Sarai Rustam
Karaur Karaur
Kodahu Kodahu, Puraupur
Kudaria Kudaria
Lauh Lauh
Madardih Chakmasadata, Madardeeh
Madawa Dodak Madva Dodak
Mahendu Mahendu
Molanapur Molanapur
Mudaw Mudav
Nadar Nadar
Narayandih Narayandeeh
Nauwa Dadi Gadia, Kevatali Kala, Mahanpur, Nauvadadi
Nibhapur Nibhapur
Pawara Muradpur, Pavara
Phattupur Kalan Phattupur Kalan
Pura Dayal Jamalpur, Pura Dayal
Pura Madhu Pura Madhu, Samaspur
Rakhauli Rakhauli
Ram Chauki Ram Chowki
Ram Nagar Ram Nagar
Rampur Pakdi, Ramapur
Rampur Bhodi Gajadharpur, Mirzapur, Rampur Bhodi
Raypur Raypur Ukani
Sajai Kala Khurd Sajai Kala
Sarai Chauhan Sarai Chauhan
Sarai Kashi Govardhanpur, Sarai Kashi
Sarairai Chanda Saraira Uchanda, Virdhaulpur
Sarawa Sarawa, Uchaura
Saray Dingur Mugaldeeh, Saraidingur
Saray Pawara Sarai Puvara
Sarokhanpur Sarokhanpur, Vijadharmau
Sathariya Sathariya
Semori Pandit Ka Pura, Virgahi Ka Pura
Sohansa Sohasa
Tarhati Cherapur, Halaukapura, Halaupur, Kilhapur Tarhathi, Vangawn Tarhathi


Politics of Mungra Badshahpur is dominated by the National party Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). Regional parties Bahujan Samajwadi Party (BSP) and Samajwadi Party (SP) are also in presence.


  1. ^ "Census of India 2011: Data from the 2011 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.