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Top Largest Village in the World - Blogfeed


There are many such villages around the world that are well-known for various reasons. Others are known for their hygiene, and others are known for their appearance. But today we'll tell you about the Top Largest Village in the World

1. Baniyachong

The village of Baniyachong is located in the Habigonj District of Bangladesh, in the north-eastern corner of the country. The village's Upazila, or police station, was also named after it. During the rule of Nawab Murshid Kuli Kha, the region of Baniyachong was 167 square miles. The region of Baniyachong was 535 square miles according to Rajmala (History of Tipara by Kailash Chandra Shingha). Baniyachong Village is currently divided into four Union Parishads, each covering 32.43 square miles. Baniyachong had a population of 73,747 people according to the 2001 Census Report.

2. Gahmar

Gahmar's greatest distinction is that it is the 'village of soldiers,' with approximately 450 households. Almost every family in this village has at least one family member serving in the military. Many families have been involved for several decades. According to reports, as many as 5,000 men from the village were serving in the military and paramilitary forces. Another unique feature of the village is that nearly every household is led by a woman, who raises the young men in their families to join the military when the time comes.

3. Bara Basti

The Bara Basti, which literally translates to "big village," is 3rd largest village. It is situated on a high hill facing Kohima town and forms the north-eastern part of Kohima. Natural beauty, rituals, music, and handicrafts are all celebrated in the village. It is the point of origin of Kohima, and was established by a man named Whinuo, hence Kewhira, the original name. The population of Bara Basti is 13,705 people.

4. Sulosjów

Sulosjów, in Poland, has become the world's tallest village. The village has a length of 9 kilometers and a width of 150 meters.

Sulosjov village consists of approximately 1600 houses constructed on both sides of a lane. This village has a population of about 6200 people. Sulosjov is a small village about 30 kilometers from Kraków. This village was established in the 14th century, according to a World Rural Planning study. Initially, the village had a radius of about 500 metres. 

However, the duration of the settlement grew over time. Sulosjov village has a lot of basic features as well as a distinctive architecture. There is a clinic, a bank, and a school in the village. On both sides of the village, there are lush green fields.

5. Shabnur

Reotipur' or Revatipur is a village in Uttar Pradesh's Ghazipur district, one of the largest states of India, and 5th Largest Village in the World, after Gahmar. Bhadaura, Mohammadabad, and Bhanwarkol are nearby cities, as are several villages such as Tilwa, Utrauli, Derhgawan rampur Suhwal, and others.
The town is divided into and spread around 12 zonal regions known as Patti's, which are further subdivided into Tola's. 

It is well-known for its historic buildings and temples. Shri Sachitanandan Rai and Shri Kamalesh Kumar Sharma are two prominent Reotipur residents. It has recently gained national attention as a result of its own radio station, which was founded a few years ago.

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