Huvina Hipparagi

Huvina Hipparagi also Huvin Hipparagi is a Town in the southern state of Karnataka, India.[1][2] It is located in the Basavana Bagevadi taluk of Vijayapura district in Karnataka.

Huvina Hipparagi
Town
Huvina Hipparagi is located in Karnataka
Huvina Hipparagi
Huvina Hipparagi
Location in Karnataka, India
Huvina Hipparagi is located in India
Huvina Hipparagi
Huvina Hipparagi
Huvina Hipparagi (India)
Coordinates: 16°35′N 75°58′E / 16.59°N 75.96°E / 16.59; 75.96Coordinates: 16°35′N 75°58′E / 16.59°N 75.96°E / 16.59; 75.96
Country India
StateKarnataka
DistrictBijapur
TalukasBasavan Bagewadi
Population
 (2010)
 • Total12,000
 • Density250/km2 (600/sq mi)
Languages
 • OfficialKannada
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
Telephone code08358
Vehicle registrationKA-28
Nearest cityBasavan Bagewadi
Sex ratio55:45 /
Literacy75%
Lok Sabha constituencyBijapur
Vidhan Sabha constituencyDevara Hipparagi
ClimateCold and Hot (Köppen)
Websitewww.huvinhipparagi.in

DemographicsEdit

As of 2001 India census, Huvinahippargi had a population of about 12000 with 7000 males and 5000 females.[1]

TemplesEdit

Shree Guru Paramanad Temple, Shree Hanuman Temple, Shree kalikadevi Temples, Shree Lakkamma Devi Temple, Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple, Kalmeshwara Temple and Mouneshwar Temple, Patri Mata.

MosquesEdit

One Darga and maszid also is there for Muslim community. In every year there is a Moharam and Uras Of Dargah Syed Shah Noorullah Quadri Baghdadi in Agasbal and various festivals are celebrated by both Hindu and Muslim religion.

AgricultureEdit

Total land of village having more than 80% of well fertile and cropping area. The village mainly grows banana, grape, maize, sorghum, and small area of lemon, onion, turmeric, and Pomegranate. Irrigation is mainly based upon borewells and wells

TransportationEdit

Huvina Hipparagi is connected to main town Bijapur via Muddebihal and Talikot. Its having many buses daily from Bijapur to Muddebihal and Talikot and vice versa.

It is major market hub for near by villages. The location of Huvina Hipparagi is very strategic & accessible by road. It is major junction to reach or divert the routes to Bijapur, Gulbarga, Talikot, Muddebihal, Basavan Bagewadi, Sindagi and Indi.

EducationEdit

Educational Institution

  • Jss public School
  • Govt Higher Primary School for Boys
  • Govt Higher Primary School for Girls
  • Govt Higher Primary School for Boys (Orphanage)
  • Paramanand Higher Primary school Huvin Hipparagi
  • Vishwa Chetan Kendra (V.C.K.) High School
  • Shri M.G.Kori and Dr.B.G.Byakod P U College (Arts, Commerce & Education PU college with High School and Primary School Section)
  • Ashirwad English medium primary school
  • Shri Guru Paramanand Arts College
  • Shri Guru Paramanand Fine Arts College
  • Shri Guru Paramanand ITI College
  • M.K iti college
  • National ITI College
  • Shri Sharada ITI College

Computer Education

  • Param Institute of Computer Technology

Main Agro Based Business Shri Shivabasava Trading Company

  Kudari Salawadagi Road
  Huvin Hipparagi
  

Hostels

  • Shri Gangamma Gangadarappa Hallur (Private) Hostel
  • Backward Community of Manority (Govt) Hostel
  • Paramanand Higher Primary school Huvin Hipparagi

TrustsEdit

In village there are some associations doing cultural, sports programmes etc. And In agasabal There Is A Great Sufi Saint Syed Shah Noorullah Quadri Baghdadi (RH). He Is The Grand Son Of Sheikh Sayyid Abdul Qadir Jilani Every Year The Urs Is Celebrated By Both Hindus And Muslims,

FestivalsEdit

The villagers are mainly celebrated Shri Paramanand Festival, Kara Hunnume, Nagara Panchami, Deepavli, Ugadi, Dassara in every year. And Urs Of Mahboob Subhani Syed Shah Noorullah Quadri Agasbal Is Celebrated By Both Muslims and Hindus

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Village code= 240300 "Census of India : Villages with population 5000 & above". Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India. Archived from the original on 8 December 2008. Retrieved 18 December 2008.
  2. ^ "Yahoomaps India :". Archived from the original on 18 December 2008. Retrieved 18 December 2008. Huvinahippargi, Bijapur, Karnataka

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