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Jamui District : Bihar

About District

JAMUI was formed as a District on 21st February, 1991 as a result of its separation from Munger. It is located at a Longitude of 86º-13'E and the latitude of 24º-55'N. The district is bounded on North by Munger and Lakhisarai District, Giridih District of Jharkhand on South, Deoghar and Banka District on East and Nawada District on West. The district occupies a total area of 3,122.80 sq. kms. At present the district is the part of Munger Commissionery having one subdivision and 10 revenue blocks, 1528 Villages with 153 panchayat. The district Comprise of four assembly constituency i.e. Jamui, Sikandra, Jhajha Chakai. The entire four Assembly constituency are the part of Jamui (SC) Parliamentary Constancy. Kuil and Ulai River are the chief rivers of the district. The places of tourist interest in the districts are Jamui, Malaypur, Kakan, Amarath, Indpe, Simultalla, Jhumraj Asthan, Patsanda, Gidheswar, Kshatriya Kund Gram, Kumar, Lachuar, Mahadeo Simaria, and Sikandra.

District at a Glance

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