[3]Around the 11th century, King Mahindranath ruled from his fort at Amrargar. Ausgram-ii Block Head Quarters is Ausgram-Ii town. Total area of Ausgram Ii is 358 km². 27 villages (26.47%) have post offices. While male literacy was 72.80% female literacy was 51.69 per cent. of W.B. Ausgram Ii. In 2013-14, persons engaged in agriculture in Ausgram II CD Block could be classified as follows: bargadars 8.04%, patta (document) holders 17.93%, small farmers (possessing land between 1 and 2 hectares) 4.03%, marginal farmers (possessing land up to 1 hectare) 13.49% and agricultural labourers 56.51%. Undertaking : -, N.G.O./Private Bodies (Nursing Homes) : -, Diphtheria Pertussis Tetanus (DPT) : 3103, State Animal Health Centre/District Vetenary Hospital : -, Additional Block Animal Health Centre : 1, Assistace to needy fisherman ('000 Rs.) [14], With water from several small streams swelling it during the monsoons, Kunur River often floods large areas of Ausgram and Mangalkot police station areas. : 435, No. Ausgram I CD Block has an area of 222.34 km 2. The river forms a boundary with Birbhum district on the north for a long stretch and then flows through district. [28], There are 102 inhabited villages in Ausgram II CD block. Ausgram-ii is a Block in Bardhaman District of West Bengal State, India. It has 1 panchayat samity, 7 gram panchayats, 113 gram sansads (village councils), 106 mouzas and 102 inhabited villages. Ausgram I CD Block is bounded by Ausgram II on the north and the west, Mangolkote and Bhatar CD Blocks on the east and Galsi II CD Block on the south. : 215.41, Net area available for pisciculture (hect.) 2,570 patients were treated indoor and 241,627 patients were treated outdoor in the hospitals, health centres and subcentres of the CD Block. Positioned in rural area of Barddhaman district of West Bengal, it is one among the 106 villages of Ausgram 2 Block of … It is located 34 KM towards west from District head quarters Bardhaman. 96 villages (94.12%) have telephones (including landlines, public call offices and mobile phones). Adi Sura of this dynasty is credited with having brought the five Brahmins and Kayasthas (two important upper castes in Bengal) from Kannauj in what is now Uttar Pradesh. It has 1 panchayat samity, 7 gram panchayats, 92 gram sansads (village councils), 61 mouzas and 58 inhabited villages. [16], Gram panchayats of Ausgram II block/panchayat samiti are: Amarpur, Balki, Bhedia, Debsala, Eral, Kota and Ramnagar. Budra is a village placed in Ausgram 2 Block of Barddhaman district in West Bengal. [12], Ausgram II CD Block has an area of 360.45 km2. Situated in rural part of West Bengal, it is one among the 31 blocks of Barddhaman district. As per the government records, the block code of Ausgram 2 is 123. The block has 106 villages and there are total 37011 homes in this Block. There were 77,184 (51%) males and 73,712 (49%) females. [13], In 2013-14, Ausgram II CD Block had offices of 6 commercial banks and 4 gramin banks. A massive meeting was organised at Guskara in 1944, with Uday Chand Mahtab, Maharaja of Bardhaman. Fallen hierdurch Herzaktionen aus, resultiert das Bild von Pausen. There were 77,184 (51%) males and 73,712 (49%) females. Muslims numbered 32,217 and formed 21.35% of the population. Sonamukhi City, Bardhaman City, Sainthia City, Suri City are the nearby Cities to Ausgram-ii. Aushgram and Bud Bud police stations serve this block. [15], Ramnabagan Wildlife Sanctuary, established in 1981 and covering an area of 0.14 km2 forms a part of Ausgram II block. Other mother-tongues spoken in 2001 were: Odiya (0.3%), Punjabi (0.2%), Koda/Kora (0.2%), Telugu (0.1%), Bhojpuri (0.1%), Nepali (0.1%) and Kurukh/ Oraon (0.1%). [11], Ausgram II CD Block is bounded by Ilambazar and Bolpur Sriniketan CD Blocks, in Birbhum district, on the north, Ausgram I CD Block on the east, Galsi I CD Block on the south and Kanksa CD Block on the west. [24], In the 2011 census Hindus numbered 116,677 and formed 77.32% of the population in Ausgram II CD Block. As a mother-tongue, Bengali has decreased its share from 82.3% of the population of Bardhaman district in 1961 to 79.9% in 2001, Hindi has increased its share from 8.5% in 1961 to 10.9% in 2001 Santali has remained steady at around 4.9% during the period, and Urdu has increased its share from 2.4% in 1961 to 2.6% in 2001. Ausgram Ii is a Tehsil / Block (CD) in the Barddhaman District of West Bengal. [9] The uneven laterite territory found in the western part of Bardhaman district extends up to Ausgram and then the alluvial flood plains commence. Budra is a village placed in Ausgram 2 Block of Barddhaman district in West Bengal. Decadal growth for Bardhaman district was 14.36 per cent. Scheduled Castes numbered 57,141 (37.87%) and Scheduled Tribes numbered 21,759 (14.42%). of Mouzas having drinking water facilities : 106, No. [29], In 2013-14, there were 44 fertiliser depots, 1 seed stores and 36 fair price shops in the CD Block. of persons engaged in the profession : 1060. 39 villages (38.24%) have a pucca (paved) approach road and 60 villages (58.82%) have transport communication (includes bus service, rail facility and navigable waterways). There also are indications of links with the Minoan civilization of Crete. [25], In Bardhaman district the percentage of Hindu population has been declining from 84.3% in 1961 to 77.9% in 2011 and the percentage of Muslim population has increased from 15.2% in 1961 to 20.7% in 2011. [20] Scheduled castes at 54,111 formed around one-third the population. Ausgram II CD Block is bounded by Ilambazar and Bolpur Sriniketan CD Blocks, in Birbhum district, on the north, Ausgram I CD Block on the east, Galsi I CD Block on the south and Kanksa CD Block on the west.