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Kumai is a village in Kumai Bhadon Panchayat in Gaurabauram Block of Darbhanga district in the Indian state of Bihar.
It is located 54 km towards East from District headquarters Darbhanga. 146 km from State capital Patna. Its Pin code is 847103, Std Code is 06242 and postal head office is Benipur.
Boundaries of the village are:
Area and population
The village is spread over 600 acres of land. Total Number of household is approx 1700 consisting of 6232 voters and population of 15,000 approx divided into 12 wards. Most of the population are dependent on agriculture and produces mainly two crops Wheat and Padi. Literacy rate of the village is 54% approx but it has produced a number of higher qualifications including 3 MBBS, 2 Chartered Accountant, 15 Engineers and an ASM.
Representing the India’s culture of unity in diversity, it has two religion Hindu and Muslim consisting of different cast like teli, poddar, kayasth, naai, yadav, carpenter, kurmi, rajput, chamar, dusadh, mallah, paasi, halwai, dom in the Hindu and shekh, kujra, dhuniya in Muslim.
There are five schools and 7 Anganwadi Kendra in the Gram Panchayat. Rajkiya Utkramit Madhya Vidyalay (Kumai) (Hindi), Rajkiya Prathmik vidyalay Maktab (Kumai) (Urdu), Rajkiya Prathmik Vidyalay (Vinovanagar, Bhadaun), Rajkiya Madhya Vidyalay (Bhadaun), Navsrijit Vidyalay (Islamnagar, Kumai)
There are around 10 pond in the Gram Panchayat namely Anhri, Makhnahi, Singrahi, Chamrahi, Navki, Mathahi in Kumai and Bhaujahi, Khawn Phokhar, Panpiwi, Nansukh in Bhadaun.
There are 3 Mosque(jama masjid in north) in the village and more than 10 temples in the Gram Panchayat. Bhagwati Sthan (Durga Sthan) is one of the famous temple campus in the village containing Hanuman Mandir, Salhesh Mandir, Kaaru Baba Mandir, where various religious functions are organised on regular intervals including annual celebration of Durga Puja (Navratri).
Apart from above Bhramha Sthan, Langota Baba, Kaali Madir, Bhagwati Sthan, Shivalay are also the temples in the Panchayat. There are five temples of lord Hanuman (Bajrangbali)
There is one government hospital in the village. Apart from government hospital, there are 8 medical practitioners without degrees. There is a Bank (State Bank of India) also in the village near Panchayat Bhawan, branch name bearing Nari Bhadaun.
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