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Pincode of Muninagar, Bankura, West Bengal is 722122

NameMuninagar B.O
StateWest Bengal
StatusBranch Office(Delivery)
Head OfficeBankura H.O
Sub OfficeBishnupur S.O (Bankura)
LocationVishnupur Taluk of Bankura District
Telephone NoNot Available
Department InfoBankura Division South Bengal Region West Bengal Circle
AddressWest Bengal 722122, India
Indian Postal Code System Consists of Six digits. The first to digits represent the state, the second two digits represent the district and the Third two digits represents the Post Office.In this case the first two digits 72 represents the state West Bengal, the second two digits 21 represent the district Bankura, and finally 22 represents the Post Office Muninagar B.O. Thus the Zip Code of Muninagar B.O, Bankura, west bengal is 722122

Bankura Info

Bankura (pron: bænˈkʊərə) is a city and a municipality in Bankura District in the state of West Bengal, India. It is the headquarters of Bankura District.


In the Mahabharata, Bankura was described as Suhmobhumi. The word Larh or Rarh (in Nagari: rāḍh) was introduced after 6th century A.D. It comes from the old Austric word ráŕhá or ráŕho which means “land of red soil”. In ancient times "China called Ráŕh by the name of 'Láti'". In Santali, lar means thread, rarh means tune and larh means snake. Perhaps the Jain and Greek scholars used this original Austric word Larh to indicate this dry forest region which was very difficult. The popularity of Manasa Puja, the worship of Snake-Goddess Manasa, shows this opinion might have some relevance. According to Nilkantha, a famous commentator of the Mahabharata, the words suhmo[bhumi] (Sanskrit: suhma-bhūmi)More Info


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7 dead, several injured as massive storm hits Kolkata, suburbs2018-04-18
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