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Lamhi

Lamhi or Lamahi is a village near the holy city of Varanasi in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.[1] The renowned Hindu and Urdu writer Munshi Premchand was born in this village in 1880.

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  1. ^ IAY Report for Financial year 2011-2012

Lamhi Bishunpur is a small village in Devkali Tehsil in Ghazipur District in Uttar Pradesh State. Devkali, Manihari, Virno, Ghazipur, are the nearby towns to Lamhi Bishunpur. Lamhi Bishunpur is reachable by Saheri RailWay Station, Ankuspur RailWay Station, Nandganj RailWay Station, Ghazipur City RailWay Station. Its main Village Panchayat is Lamhi Bishunpur Panchayat.

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