Baharagora (Some time people spell it wrong as in devnagri (वेहरागोड़ा, बहरागोडा) but as per LOCAL it correct spelling in devnagri बहड़ागुड़ा)is a small town in East Singhbhum district and situated on the south-east corner of Jharkhand, India. It is approx. 100 km from Jamshedpur & 200 km from Kolkata. Baharagora is a very important hub for transport as National Highway 6/Asian Highway 46 passes through here and almost all the Transport Companies have their transit hub here. National Highway 33 connects NH 6 at Baharagora and NH 2 at Barhi, Jharkhand. Nearest Railway Station Chakulia 30.6 km, Jhargram 50 km & Kharagpur 70 km & Kolkata(Howrah)189 km Baharagora became a block in the year 1956. It is located at the southern end of Jharkhand. Baharagora is the entry point of Jharkhand from the two states, namely West Bengal and Odisha.Since it is located at the border, West Bengal is approx 12 km and Odisha is approx 7 km from there. Although the official language of the state is Hindi, the local language in the area is a blend of Bengali and Odia. Except some government employees, all localities use either Bengali or Odia as primary mode of education. Although people are switching to Hindi or English as their primary mode of education. In the erstwhile state of Bihar, textbooks were also released in Bengali and Odia. It came into headlines of Google when a 13-year-old boy 'Saikat Ghosh' became the regional finalist of 'Google Science Fair 2014' securing a position in the National FINAL.During the Subhash Mela 2012, in the first edition of Kon Banega Aadha Lakhpati, 'Dinesh Shaw' has won a whopping amount of Rs. 7500 as prize, the highest ever in the show.Wikipedia
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