What are the Some Largest Villages You Can Explore?



Many similar communities exist around the world and are well-known for a variety of reasons. Some are recognized for their cleanliness, while others are recognized for their attractiveness. Today, though, we'll tell you about the World's Largest Village.

1. Baniyachong

Baniyachong is a village in Bangladesh's Habigonj District, which is located in the country's north-eastern region. It is also the name of the village's Upazila, or police station. The territory of Baniyachong comprised 167 square miles during the time of Nawab Murshid Kuli Kha.

According to Rajmala, the Baniyachong region covered 535 square miles (History of Tipara by Kailash Chandra Shingha). The village of Baniyachong is divided into four Union Parishads, each of which covers 32.43 sq miles. According to the 2001 Census Report, Baniyachong has a population of 73,747 people.

2. Gahmar

Gahmar's most notable feature is that it is a "community of soldiers," with over 450 homes. In this community, almost every family has at least one family member serving in the army. For decades, several families have been involved. According to sources, the town had up to 5,000 men serving in the military and paramilitary forces.

Another distinctive aspect of the town is that practically every home is headed by a woman, who prepares her family's young men for military service when the time comes.

3. Bara Basti

The 3rd largest village is Bara Basti, which literally translates to "huge village." It forms the north-eastern part of Kohima and is located on a high hill facing Kohima town.

The village celebrates natural beauty, rituals, music, and handicrafts. It is the place where Kohima began, and it was founded by a man named Whinuo, hence the name Kewhira. Bara Basti has a population of 13,705 people.

4. Sulosjów

Sulosjów is the world's tallest village, located in Poland. The town spans for 9 kilometers and is 150 meters wide.

Sulosjov village is made up of about 1600 dwellings built on both sides of a lane. The population of this village is estimated to be around 6200 people. Sulosjov is a small town 30 kilometers outside of Kraków.

According to a World Rural Planning study, this village was founded in the 14th century. The village had a radius of roughly 500 meters at first.

The structure's length, on the other hand, grew through time. Sulosjov town has a unique architectural as well as several essential elements.

The village has a clinic, a bank, and a school. There are lovely green fields on both sides of the settlement.

5. Revatipur

After Gahmar, Shabnur Reotipur' or Revatipur is a village in Uttar Pradesh's Ghazipur district, one of India's largest states, and the world's fifth largest village. Cities such as Bhadaura, Mohammadabad, and Bhanwarkol, as well as villages such as Tilwa, Utrauli, Derhgawan rampur Suhwal, and others, are all close by.

The town is organized into 12 zonal regions called Patti's, which are further subdivided into Tola's. It is famous for its historic structures and temples. Two prominent Reotipur citizens are Shri Sachitanandan Rai and Shri Kamalesh Kumar Sharma. It has recently acquired national recognition as a result of the establishment of its own radio station a few years ago.

6. Ungma

Ungma (Soyim) is the oldest and largest village, located about 3 kilometers from Mokokchung town. There are almost 1000 households in the village.

According to tradition, the Ao tribe arrived in Ungma after leaving their ancient home of Chungliyimti (the origin of Ao people). Chungliyimti is currently part of the Sangtam Naga territory. The Ao relocated from this village to different parts of the district and established their own villages. The settlement is separated into two major portions (Khels), with Yimpang (North) being the upper portion and Yimlang being the lower part (South).

The beautiful Baptist Church is in the center of the village, with an amphitheater and the village council office behind it. Despite the fact that the residents of the village are modern and well-educated, they have not forgotten their rich Ao culture and traditions.

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