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Chondrapur is located in West Bengal
Location in West Bengal, India
Chondrapur is located in India
Chondrapur (India)
Coordinates: 23°59′30″N 87°30′15″E / 23.9916°N 87.50425°E / 23.9916; 87.50425Coordinates: 23°59′30″N 87°30′15″E / 23.9916°N 87.50425°E / 23.9916; 87.50425
Country  India
State West Bengal
District Birbhum
 • Official BengaliEnglish
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN 731127
Lok Sabha constituency Birbhum
Vidhan Sabha constituency Rampurhat
CD Block =Mohammad Bazar

Chondrapur is a village in the Birbhum district of the Indian state of West Bengal. A temple dedicated to the worship of the Shakti god Dwarbasini is situated in Chondrapur.[1]


Chondrapur is a remote village with a population composed of Hindus and tribal groups. It is administrated under the Hinglow gram panchayat. Chondrapur has one primary school, established in 1946 .[2] This village is under two mouzas polon and Hinglow.[3]


This village is made of red soil, that's why it is too hot in summer. It crosses its temperature above 40 °C in April to June. But in winter it becomes so low as 5 - 10 °C. Rainfall is same as whole birbhum district.[4]


Many festivals occur in Chondrapur. Poush Mela, the main festival of the village, is held at the grounds of a temple dedicated to the Shakti goddess Dwarbasini. During the month of Boisakh (corresponding to April/May), festivals dedicated to the Hindu deities Manasa and Dharmathakur occur.


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