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Bankura District Profile-For WBCS (Exe.) Etc. Exam Personality Test-Interview Preparation

Bankura District Profile-For WBCS (Exe.) Etc. Exam Personality Test-Interview Preparation
Bankura District Profile-For WBCS (Exe.) Etc. Exam Personality Test-Interview Preparation

Bankura District Profile-For WBCS (Exe.) Etc. Exam Personality Test-Interview Preparation

Bankura district (Pron: baŋkuɽaː)

is an administrative unit in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is part of Medinipur division—one of the five administrative divisions of West Bengal. Bankura district is surrounded by Purba Bardhaman district and Paschim Bardhaman district in the north, Purulia district in the west, Jhargram district and Paschim Medinipur district in the south, and some part of Hooghly district in the east. Damodar River flows in the northern part of Bankura district and separates it with the major part of Burdwan district. The district head quarter is located in Bankura town.Continue reading Bankura District Profile-For WBCS (Exe.) Etc. Exam Personality Test-Interview Preparation.Continue Reading Bankura District Profile-For WBCS (Exe.) Etc. Exam Personality Test-Interview Preparation

The district has been described as the “connecting link between the plains of Bengal on the east and Chota Nagpur plateau on the west.” The areas to the east and north-east are low-lying alluvial plains while to the west the surface gradually rises, giving way to undulating country, interspersed with rocky hillocks.

Centre of the historic Mallabhum (Malla Kingdom) of western Bengal, Bankura and its surrounding regions are identified with its historical and cultural significance for the later Middle Ages. Vaishnavism, which gained the status of state religion in the Malla Kingdom in the seventeenth century, shaped the culture of the region. The Malla Kingdom was annexed by the British East India Company in 1765 and the modern Bankura district took its form in 1881 and was named after its headquarters.

Geography

Bankura district is a part of Medinipur division. It is situated between 22° 38’ and 23° 38’ north latitude and between 86° 36’ and 87° 46’ east longitude. It has an area of 6,882 square kilometres (2,657 sq mi). On the north and north-east the district is bounded by Bardhaman district, from which it is separated mostly by the Damodar River. On the south-east it is bounded by Hooghly district, on the south by Paschim Medinipur district and on the west by Purulia district.Bankura district has been described as the “connecting link between the plains of Bengal on the east and Chota Nagpur plateau on the west.” The areas to the east and north-east are low-lying alluvial plains, similar to predominating rice lands of Bengal. To the west the surface gradually rises, giving way to undulating country, interspersed with rocky hillocks. Much of the country is covered with jungles.

 

Climate

The climate, especially in the upland tracts to the west, is much drier than in eastern or southern Bengal. From the beginning of March to early June, hot westerly winds prevail, the thermometer in the shade rising to around 45 °C (113 °F). The monsoon months, June to September, are comparatively pleasant. The total average rainfall is 1,400 millimetres (55 in), the bulk of the rain coming in the months of June to September. Winters are pleasant with temperatures dropping down to below 27 °C (81 °F) in December.

Economy

Bankura is economically underdeveloped and is mostly dependent on agriculture. Almost 70% of the district’s income is generated through agriculture where 80% of the farmers are small & marginal in nature. Bankura is one of the most draught prone district of West Bengal. However due to protective irrigation system, land reforms and use of high fertile & hybrid crops the district is now not so poor as it was previously. Also, cottage and small-scale industries, e.g. Stone-crushing, Weaving, Oilseed-crushing, handicraft units like Dokra, Terra-cotta, Baluchari Sari etc. plays a key economic role of the district

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Physical Aspects

History

PEOPLE(Appendix : The Santals of Bankura)

Public Health

Agriculture

Natural Calamities

Rents, Wages and Prices

Occupation, Manufacturers and Trade

Means of Communications

Land Revenue Administration

General Administration

Local Self Government

Education

Gazetteers

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