Surrounding Villages

Some articles on surrounding villages, surrounding, village:

Kot Radha Kishan
... The population of the surrounding villages of Kot Radha Kishan is more than 80,000 with a literacy rate of about 35% ... These surrounding villages are totally depending on Kot Radha Kishan in sense of Railway Station, Bus Stand, Post Office, Banks, Colleges, Girls High Schools, sub-d ... The educated people of Kot Radha Kishan as well as surrounding villages are mostly depending on government as well as private jobs ...
Einsiedeln, Switzerland - History - Growth of The Town
... The surrounding population was known as Waldleute (forest people) because of the forests around the Abbey ... The Abbey encouraged the Waldleute to settle in surrounding villages and begin farming ... which became increasingly more important to the village ...
Munnangi - Location
... The village extends roughly 6 miles (9.7 km) north to south which includes about 20,000 acres (80.9 km2) of agriculture land and roughly 2 miles (3.2 km) east to west from the Repalle ... called by the same name for almost 500 years, this village name was changed to Munnangi many years back ... However finally in 1950s the Munnangi Village started developing and this brought many changes ...

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