|Elevation||76 m (249 ft)|
|• Official||Bhojpuri, Hindi|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
Mohania is a city in Kaimur district in the Indian state of Bihar. It serves as headquarters for the Mohania sub-division in Kaimur district. It is 17 km by road north of the city of Bhabua, at the intersection of National Highway 19 (old number: NH 2), National Highway 219 and National Highway 319 originates from Mohania. Mohania is biggest business development started present time.
Mohania is biggest business development started present time.
Geography and climate
Mohania has an average elevation of 76 metres (249 feet). Mohania is divided into wards. Here is the ancient famous Satti Devi mandir near railway station, White Hanuman mandir. Hanuman mandir is the biggest temple at station road. Here is a beautiful stadium near M.P. College. In the south, there is a river called Durgauti. Mohania is the hub of transport routes in Kaimur district. The famous temple Mundeshawari Devi is situated in Kaimur district. The route for this temple goes through Mohania. Public Transport or hired vehicles are available for the temple Mundeshwari Devi from Railway Station (Bhabua Road) or Bus stand on NH-2.
Mohania experiences a humid subtropical climate with large variations between summer and winter temperatures. The temperature ranges between 22 and 46 °C (72 and 115 °F) in the summers. Winters in Mohania see very large diurnal variations, with warm days and downright cold nights. The dry summer starts in April and lasts until June, followed by the monsoon season from July to October. Vk Cold waves from the Himalayan region cause temperatures to dip across the city in the winter from December to February and temperatures below 5 °C (41 °F) are not uncommon. Fog is common in the winters, while hot dry winds, called loo, blow in the summers. The average annual rainfall is 1,110 mm (44 in).
|Climate data for Mohania|
|Average high °C (°F)||23
|Average low °C (°F)||18.7
|Average precipitation mm (inches)||20.2
Mohania is well connected by air, rail and road with the major Indian cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Indore, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Gwalior, Jabalpur, Ujjain, Jaipur, Patna, Jamshedpur, Hyderabad etc. The town is 776 km from Delhi, 1240 km from Secunderabad. One of the major factors in Mohania's sustained existence as an inhabited city is its role as an established transportation hub between different cities. It is a subdivisional town in Kaimur district. The district headquarters, Bhabua, is 14 km southward from the railway station.
- National Highway 19 (NH 2 old) (GT Road) crosses through the heart of the city.
- National Highway 219 originates from the city and connect Bhabhua, Chainpur, Chand, Chandauli
- National Highway 319 (NH 30 old) originates from this city and connect Dinara, Charpokhari, NH922 near Arrah (with the capital Patna)
The town is 180 km from Patna and 60 km from Varanasi by road
There are also a few State Highways in the city SH-14.
Mohania is connected to Buxar via Ramgarh from the south and with Bhabua (district capital, Audhaura, Bhagwanpur) from the south.
The name of the railway station of Mohania is Bhabua Road railway station, situated on Howrah–Gaya–Mughalsarai–New Delhi Grand Cord line. The station code is "BBU".
Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport, Varanasi, commonly known as Babatpur Airport, is the nearest airport, 71 km from Mohania. Indian carriers, including Air India, Kingfisher Airlines, Spicejet, and international carriers like Air India, Thai Airways International, Korean Air and Naaz Airlines operate from here.
- Maharana Pratap College, including BEd
- Primary Teacher Training College
- Mahila College, Darwa
- Md Ali College, An krcn MMHAPU, Patna
- Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Chaurasia, Ramgarh Road
- Sharda Brajraj High School (Govt), Station Road
- Project Santi Balika High School (Govt), Station Road
- Sanskrit School (Govt), Kachahari Road
- DAV School, Ratwar
- Primary Teacher Training College (Govt), Darwa
- RBS School, Durga Paraw
- Point Education, Barej
- Navdeep Academy, Darwa
- Urdu School, Sabji Mandi
- Sanjivani Public School & Hostel
- Jyoti Niketan School, GT Road
- Khushi Kids Play School, Shivpur Colony, GT Road
- Mother Sakuntala School, GT Road
- Adarsh School, Darwa
- SPPS School, Station Road
- TPS School
- Manas Saraswati Vidya Mandir, Near Bus Stand
- Indian Public School, Shivpur Colony
- AKI Vidyalaya
- Md Ali Public School, Railway Mall Godown Road
- Vishwanath Inter College (Govt), Mujan
- Sewa Niketan High School (Govt), Barhuli
- Shri Krishna High School (Govt), Mujan
- Bhagwat High School (Govt), Bamhour
- JC High School (Govt), Khajara Bahadura
- Maharshi Goutam Sanskrit High School, Pusuali
- Adarsh High School (Govt), Barupar
- Jayram Churaman Adarsh High School, Choursia
- Secondary School, Bhokhari
- Government Primary School, Anantpur
- Compskill Infotech Computer Institute, ward 7, near Hotel Kamta Singhasan)
- Khushi Computer Institute of Higher Education, G.T Road
- Aryan Computer Institute, ward 10, Badi Bazar
- TEDAP (Trust for Edupreneurship Development and promotion)
- Ranjanguru Institute of Information Technology
- IR Classes of Information, GT road
- Sewa Computer Centre (Run by Ncpul & Nielit govt. Of india), Railway mall godown road
- Mahawir Swet Mandir (Hanuman), Chandani Chowk
- Mahawir Swet Mandir (Hanuman), Station Road
- Shree Jageshwar Nath Mandir, Bhabhua Road
- Baba Ganinath Mandir, Bhabhua Road
- Sati Mandir, Station Road
- Kali Mandir, Near DAV School
- Sahid Baba, near NH 30, GT road
- Mosque-1, Sabji Madi
- Mosque-2, Sabji Madi Railway crossing
- Noori Shahi Masjid (Mosque-3), Barkat nagar
- Dargahan Baba Masjid (Mosque-4), Bari Bazar, Station Road
- Kali Mandir, Hanuman Mandir, Lord Buddha Mandir(ancient) in Barhupar
- "Today's forecasts and Hourly forecasts for Mohania, BR, Bihar, IN, India". The Weather Channel. Retrieved 24 June 2015.
- Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional). Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.