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Official Website : http://aurangabad.bih.nic.in

Headquarters : Aurangabad
State : Bihar

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 3305
Rural : 3244.13
Urban : 60.87

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 2540073
Rural : 2303219
Urban : 236854
Male : 1318684
Female : 1221389
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 926
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 769

Official language : Magahi and Hindi

Helplines :
District Magistrate 9473191261 - 223167
Superintendent of Police 9431822974 - 222200
Additional District Magistrate 9473191262 - 223206
Additional District Magistrate Cum District PGRO 9934056082 -
Dy. Development Commissioner 9431818354 - 223170
PGRO Aurangabad Subdivison 9631610432
PGRO Daudnagar Subdivison 9934755007
Sub-Divisional Officer Aurangabad 9473191263 - 223127
Sub-Divisional Officer Daudnagar 9473191264 - 228766
Deputy Collector Land Reforms Aurangabad Subdivision 8544412304
Deputy Collector Land Reforms Daudnagar Subdivision 8544412305
District Informatic Officer 9470844365 - 224544
District IT Manager 9471950202
DRDA Director 9431818411
District Land Acquisition Officer 9431488311
District Transport Officer 6202751017
District Supply Officer 7352529894
District Welfare Officer 9931248027
District Minority Welfare Officer 9798688490
District Program Officer ICDS 9934037624
District Registrar Officer 9431426188
Dy.Election Officer 9934712122
Treasury Officer 9473191265
District Planning Officer 7903108120
District Agriculture Officer 9431818737
Civil Surgeon 9431160269
District Education Officer 8544411020 - 223094
District Employment Officer 8873340074
D.A.H Officer 9431620180
District Public Relations Officer 8651926396
KANUNGO Cum Revenue Officer 8084185540 -

Population (Census 2010) :
In 2011, Aurangabad had population of 2,540,073

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website

About Aurangabad (Bihar)
This district is extreme South west part of ancient Magadh .All the books relating “Treta Yug and Dwapar Yug” relate to Lord Sri Ram and Lord Sri Krishna respectively find their own description . The Hindus all over the world come here to pay Pind(Pious Offer)to their ancestors .During the course of “Pind-Dan” first Pind is given on the bank of river Pun-Pun .River Punpun has been called in the Puran as Ardhgang ( Half of river Ganga ) .So it is very much difficult to write an exhaustive history of this region. Each particle of this region has got its own history. Mere glimpse of the same is being given here.

The sages like Bhrigu practiced penance here .The deity of sage Bhrigu, Bhawani is situated at the junction of river Pun-pun and Madar. The statue of Bhawani is still in existence. The nose of the said statue is broken .As such, the people of that region call her Nakti Bhawani.The celebrated book of Indian Astrology Bhrigu Sanhita was written there .

This district remained taposthali (Penaut-place) of sage Chyawan.Sage Chyawan invented Aryuvedic Medicine Chyawanprash .His deity Lord Shiva is still in existence. That Shivaling is made of black Sapphire. The people of this region call him Baba Dudheshwar Nath. The Ashram of sage Chyawan is still a remainder Akhand Dhuni (A place where the Saint used to continuously burn a log) of sage Chyawan is still in existence, Where fire was not lit again. The Samadhi of Bal Yogi is also in front of Akhand Dhuni. People of this region still come in front of that, Samadhi and sit there to settle their disputes .They believe that the soul of the said yogi is still alive and he gives justice. As such the people of this region take an oath before him and leave their disputes to Balyogi.The people of this region have faith that justice will be done sure. Thus disputes are settled here ever in the present age.

There is a Sun temple of konark style in the district .It is said that this temple was founded by Raja Ayel .Who was a Tretayugi King. He was also an ascendant of Lord Sri Rama .The old statue of the Sun was broken by Mogul rulers during their regime . The statue of trikal Surya has been established. The People of this region pay oblation to him especially on Sunday; Suryashasthi of month Chaitra, during the Adra Nakchhatra and on Suryashasthi of month of Kartik of Hindu Calendar .There is also a Suryakund in the south of temple where people pay Ardha to the setting and rising Sun. People of this district and nearby districts treat Sun god as PRATYACHHA DEVTA (Visible God), From whom we human being and all creatures get power .There is myth ( Folk tale) that the descendent of Maharana Pratap. Raja Fateh Narayan Singh, who was a leper, came here in course of hunting to quench the thirst of his horse, he fell in that “kund” (Pond) .It is said that he became cure of it . His disease of leprosy disappeared.

There is also a folk tale that Lord Brahma Started to construct three temples in this region in a single night. Two of them, the temples of Deo and Umga were completed, but third one of Devkund could not be completed, because it became morning, and the crow began to speak .The hill of Umga is full of temples, where so many statues of different gods and goddesses are scattered.

In these days, this district has become the antique paradise of smugglers. They steal the valuable idols from this region and sell abroad at fantastic price.

Location :-
Aurangabad district, lies between 240.19’ and 250.70’ North Latitude and 840.00’ and 850.55’ East Longitude. It acquired the status of an independent district in the year 1973. Prior to 1973, Aurangabad was a subdivision of Gaya district. Following re- organization of districts in the year 1973, it acquired the status of an independent district in the year 1973. The administrative head quarter of the district is located at Aurangabad which is the main town of the district. The district is bounded on the North by Arwal district on the South by Palamau district of Jharkhand on the East by Gaya district and on the West by Sone river. The famous Grand Trunk Road (N.H.-2) passes via Aurangabad. The Grand Trunk Road has put the district on the road map of the country and provides easy transport facilities to Kolkata and Delhi.