Bihar

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Bihar
Opisyal na sagisag ng Bihar
Sagisag
Location of Bihar in India
Location of Bihar in India
Katayuwat (Patna): 25°22′N 85°08′E / 25.37°N 85.13°E / 25.37; 85.13Mga koordinato: 25°22′N 85°08′E / 25.37°N 85.13°E / 25.37; 85.13
Country India
Formation22 March 1912
(Bihar Diwas)
Statehood26 January 1950
CapitalPatna
Largest cityPatna
Districts38
Pamahalaan
 • GovernorSatya Pal Malik
 • Chief MinisterNitish Kumar (JD(U))
 • Deputy Chief MinisterSushil Kumar Modi[1] (BJP)
 • LegislatureBicameral
Legislative Council 75
Legislative Assembly 243
 • Parliamentary constituency40
Lawak
 • Kabuuan94,163 km2 (36,357 milya kuwadrado)
Hanay sa pagkalawak13th
Santauhan
(2011)[3]
 • Kabuuan103,804,637
 • Hanay3rd
 • Kakapalan1,102/km2 (2,850/milya kuwadrado)
Pangalang turingBihari
Pook ng orasUTC+05:30 (IST)
PIN
800XXX - 855XXX[4]
UN/LOCODEINBR
Palahudyatang pang-ISO 3166IN-BR
Plaka ng sasakyanBR
HDIIncrease 0.5361[5][6] (medium)
HDI rank16th (2010)
Literacy63.8% (2011)
Official languageHindi
Other recognised languagesMaithili[7] and Urdu
Websaytgov.bih.nic.in

Ang Bihar ( /bˈhɑːr/; pagbigkas sa Hindustani: [bɪˈɦaːr]) ay isang estado na nakikita sa parte ng silangan[8] at hilagang India.[9][10][11]. Ito ay ang ika-13 pinakamalaking estado ng India, na may lawak na 94,163 km2 (36,357 mi kuw).

Mga sanggunian[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  1. "Nitish Kumar to take oath as Chief Minister of Bihar, Sushil Modi to be deputy CM - Times of India". The Times of India. Hinango noong 2017-07-27.
  2. "State Profile". Government of Bihar. Hinango noong 27 September 2017.
  3. "census of india". Census of India 2001. Government of India. 27 May 2002. Sininop mula sa orihinal noong 3 April 2007. Hinango noong 14 April 2007.
  4. "Bihar Pincode". pincodeind.com.
  5. Kundu, Tadit (17 December 2015). "Why Kerala is like Maldives and Uttar Pradesh, Pakistan". Live Mint. Hinango noong 2 May 2017.
  6. "Inequality- Adjusted Human Development Index for India's States". UNDP. Hinango noong 6 August 2015.
  7. Chitransh, Anugya (1 September 2012). "Bhojpuri is not the only language in Bihar". Hill Post. Hinango noong 10 April 2015.
  8. "Food riots, anger as floods swamp South Asia". Reuters India. 22 August 2008.
  9. "The Hindu (NOIDA Edition)". Dropbox. Hinango noong 8 April 2017.
  10. TNN (18 January 2016). "Marriages last the longest in north India, Maharashtra; least in northeast". The Times of India.
  11. FP Editors (30 April 2012). "Can North India overtake 'arrogant' South in growth?". Firstpost.