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Top 10 largest temples in Bihar

Bihar, located in eastern India, is a state steeped in rich history and cultural heritage . One of the most prominent features of the state is its vast number of temples. Bihar has been the land of several ancient dynasties and kingdoms that have contributed to the construction of numerous magnificent temples over the centuries. These temples serve as a testament to the state's rich history and are a popular destination for tourists and pilgrims alike. Here are the top 10 largest temples in Bihar along with a short note about each. 1. Mahavir Mandir - Patna This temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman is one of the most famous temples in Bihar. It is believed that whoever visits this temple and prays with pure intentions, all their wishes are fulfilled. 2. Mangal Gauri Temple - Gaya Located on the Mangla Gauri Hill in Gaya, this temple is dedicated to Goddess Shakti . It is one of the most important Shakti Peethas in the country. 3. Vishnupad Mandir - Gaya This temple is dedicated to Lo

Districts of Meghalaya

Meghalaya is a state located in northeastern India . It is known for its picturesque landscape and diverse culture. The state is divided into 11 districts, each with its own unique identity. In this blog post, we will provide a comprehensive overview of the districts of Meghalaya, including their area, population, and literacy rates, in a table format. District Area (in sq. km) Population (as per 2011 census) Literacy Rate East Garo Hills 2,603 317,917 73.91% East Jaintia Hills 2,102 126,722 62.56% East Khasi Hills 2,752 824,059 84.78% North Garo Hills 1,113 98,213 62.36% Ri-Bhoi 2,448 258,651 80.59% South Garo Hills 1,850 142,334 60.31% South West Garo Hills 1,341 186,186 60.33% South West Khasi Hills 1,961 1,52,320 67.10% West Garo Hills 3,714 642,923 62.10% West Jaintia Hills 1,259 3,90,284 62.45% West Khasi Hills 5,247 3,41,819 74.79% As we can see from the table, the largest district in terms of area is West Khasi Hills, while the smallest district is North Garo Hills. The distri

Districts of Manipur

Manipur is a state in the northeastern part of India. It is known for its rich culture, diverse ethnic groups, and scenic beauty . In this blog post, we will provide information about the districts, area, population, and literacy rate of Manipur in a table format. District Area (sq. km) Population (2011 Census) Literacy Rate (%) Bishnupur 496 239,836 79.21 Chandel 3,317 144,028 65.38 Churachandpur 4,570 271,274 77.91 Imphal East 709 452,661 89.49 Imphal West 519 514,683 86.27 Jiribam 2,991 43,580 72.95 Kakching 550 129,143 83.09 Kamjong 2,206 37,593 72.58 Kangpokpi 964 121,520 70.32 Noney 1,410 20,247 63.81 Pherzawl 2,422 43,801 56.44 Senapati 3,271 479,148 72.89 Tamenglong 4,391 140,143 65.38 Tengnoupal 1,327 60,128 72.61 Thoubal 514 422,168 89.25 Ukhrul 4,544 183,998 81.43 As seen in the table, Manipur has 16 districts, with the largest district being Ukhrul in terms of area and the most populous district being Imphal West. Thoubal district has the highest literacy rate of 89.25%, fo