Rohini, West Bengal
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|• Official||Bengali, English|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Jhargram|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Gopiballavpur|
The Rohini gram panchayat contains the following villages:
It has been awarded the Rashtrapati Purashkar (presidential award) for developing a rural drainage system.
As per 2011 Census of India Rohini had a total population of 1,691 of which 876 (52%) were males and 815 (48%) were females. Population below 6 years was 174. The total number of literates in Rohini was 1,273 (75.28% of the population over 6 years).
CD Block HQ
The headquarters of Sankrail CD Block are located at Rohini. 
The village is connected to major towns and cities in West Bengal, including Kharagpur, Medinipur, Jhargram, Gopiballavpur, Belda, Digha, Howrah and many more places. State Transport Department can employ more Buses between Rohini and Howrah/ Kolkata. Despite of its importance, roads connecting Rohini needs to be in better shape.
Rohini has the following Educational Institutions and alike :
- Rohini Junior Basic School
- Rohini C.R.D. High School(HS)
- Rohini Valika Vidyalaya(HS)
- Rohini Morning Star School
Rohini is the birthplace of Rasikananda Mahaprabhu of Vaishnabh religion.
Rohini is known for its cultural heritage and became a center of education after independence. The library, Ramnarayan Pathagar has helped many researchers with its rich collection of rare books.Ranjitpur is the birthplace of famous contemporary Bengali poet Late Amar Sarangi.
Places to Visit
The following are places of interest in Rohini:
- Rameshwar Temple on the bank of Subarnarekha River
- Rasikananda Mahaprabhu's birthplace & Temple
- Raj Bari (also called GARH)
- Ramnarayan Pathagar(Ranjitpur)
- Picnic Spot on the Subarnarekha river bed developed by Sankrail block
- Bhramargarh - connected to an ancient love story
- Neel Kuthi- although in ruins
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