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Madaraha is the name of a village that is situated at Meja (tehsil) in the district of Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. The village is at least 500 years old.[citation needed] The village has three Tolas: Dukh ka purva, Chain ka purva, and Nidhi ka purva.

Dukh ka purva

Dukh ka purva is the main village which is situated on the bank of Tons river. The main occupation of the villagers is farming. The main agricultural grain of the villagers is wheat, Bajara, dals, chana, sarso(rayi), etc. All types of grain are available here, except rice, because the land is not level. There are 300+ total houses here. The villagers are not well educated because there is only one Primary/nursery school, and one HSC school is at chain ka purva. Inter college is 4 km away here, and Degree college 14 km away from here. The population of Dukh ka purva is likely 1000. 500 are a Brahman caste, and 200 are Kola caste, and other are mallaha caste. 100 Brahman in village are Ralhi in mishra of Brahman caste.

Chain ka purva

Chain ka purva is a part of village that situated on the corners of MEJA-kohrar road .here resident the people that change the houses who situated in dukh ka purva, there is a HSC school and the population is less than 350 people.

Their names are: Pandit ram adhar mishra, ashok kumar parjapati, pradhan, etc., and pandit families. like daya shankar mishra and family, who is former Pradhan of village.

Nidhi ka purva

Nidhi ka purva is part of a village that is situated near "pahadi mahadev temple." Population is here about 500 people, that are doing agricultural activities for income, here also lots of Brahman families, and some nau and some gderiyas here.

Madaraha Farmers and Agriculturists is a small scale enterprise, who helps to agricultural activities and make villagers to self-employed and sufficient income for living life.


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