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Dildarnagar is a town and a nagar panchayat in Ghazipur district of Uttar Pradesh, India. Dildarnagar is a popular market place for the surrounding villages and is an important railway station as it is the last railway junction of Uttar Pradesh before a train enters Bihar border on the Delhi-Howrah railway route. There are about 5 railway colonies. Dildarnagar Railway Zone falls under Danapur section. About 125+ passenger trains pass Dildarnagar Junction throughout the day. Varanasi City is 70 KM from Dildarnagar Railway Station via GT Road. There is one local passenger train that connects Dildarnagar to Tarighat i.e.GHAZPURAHIYA. Dildarnagar is located on National Highway No.97 which is known as Grand Trunk Road. Dildarnagar is located 160 km far from Patna by road. G T Road connects Zamania-Phooli-Dildarnagar-Gahmar-Buxar. Informally, Dildarnagar is divided into four parts-Dildarnagar baazar,Dildarnagar Gao,Dildarnagar Station and Dildarnagar Fatehpur. Near Dildar Nagar 12th village as Bara usia Bahuara Rakshanha Mircha Gorashara Kushi Mania Dewtha Kura Saraila Chitarkoni Jaburna all village of called (Kamsarobar).
Dildarnagar has various schools and colleges affiliated to various Boards and Universities. In Dildarnagar, S.K.B.M ,Adarsh School (affiliated to U.P. Board, Allahbad) and Crescent Convent, Nobel Senior Secondary School, Shah Faiz School(affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi) and Nagar Palika School are the prime schooling institutions.
Graduate and Post-Graduate Degree Colleges like S.K.B.M, Women PG College are affiliated to Purvanchal University, Jaunpur (U.P).
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The town falls close to some National Highways.
|NH No||Route||Total Length|
|NH 97||Phooli » Zamania, Uttar Pradesh|Zamania » Asna » Amra » Saiyadraja||36.9 km|
|NH 97||Dildarnagar » Zamania, Uttar Pradesh|Zamania » Village Deoria » Tarighat » Ghazipur||39.8 km|
|NH Phooli Road||Gahmar » Bara . Bahuara||21.9 km|
|NH Phooli Road||Dildarnagar » Phooli » Pachokhar » Suhaval » Ghazipur|36.8 km|
|NH And road||Dildarnagar » Phooli » Zamania » Asna » Amra » Saiyadraja » Chandauli »Mughalsarai » Varanasi||88.7 km|
The first rail service to serve the Dildarnagar Station was along the Ghazpurahiya line. This train started serving the area in 1975 from Dildarnagar to Tarighat on the banks of Ganga river. People from Dildarnagar and nearby villages use the train service for business and commercial purposes. In the first decade of service, there were two compartments in this train however with increasing passenger load the capacity was doubled.
Nazir Hussain, the famous character artist was born on May 15, 1922 in Dildarnagar of Uttar Pradesh's Ghazipur district. Hussain, now long forgotten, acted in more than 400 movies and is considered as the Pitamah of Bhojpuri cinema. Much before it became fashionable and productive, Hussain was instrumental in the making of first Bhojpuri film 'Ganga Maiya Tohe Piyari Chadhaibo' produced by B P Shahabadi. The success of Bhojpuri films in the last few years led to talks of his contribution to Bhojpuri cinema. However, not many know that he was in Subash Chandra Bose's Indian National Army (INA), which became the reason for his entry into Bollywood.
He was born in Usian village near Dildarnagar in Ghazipuri, Uttar Pradesh. He was earlier associated with the Azad Hind Fauz set up by Subhas Chandra Bose. He established "Kamsaar Films" , under the banner of which many hit films in Bhojpuri were produced. He always gave priority to Bhojpuri culture of the district in his film. His nephew Mr. Tahir Hussain is at moment noted film director and producer.
Bimal Roy was planning a film on Bose and the INA. To give it an authentic touch he was scouting for INA members to help him. Nazir Hussain's personality and impressive voice perhaps helped Bimal Roy to notice him. However, Hussain was reluctant to work in films as he had no such background. After much persuasion and cajoling from friends and colleagues he relented. 'Pehla Aadmi' released in 1950 launched him to stardom and he became a permanent fixture in Bimal Roy's movies.
He excelled as a character artist and starred in several blockbuster movies. He became famous for his emotional scenes and is best remembered for his roles in Amar Akbar Anthony, Charas, Jewel Thief, Parakh, Devdas, Leader, Ram Aur Shyam, Kashmir Ki Kali and many others. While Hussain was busy in the Bombay film industry a meeting with President Rajendra Prasad changed the course of his life. At an awards function, Hussain was introduced to Prasad and after knowing that he hailed from Ghazipur started speaking in Bhojpuri.
Prasad told Hussain to consider making Bhojpuri films which resulted in the super hit 'Ganga Maiya Tohe Piyari Chadhaibo'. Hussain wrote the script for the movie that became a raging hit. The songs were super hit and Hussain himself went on to produce and direct several Bhojpuri films in the 60s and 70s. One of his films Balam Pardesia is considered a landmark in the Bhojpuri film industry. Unlike the Bhojpuri films of today, the films made by Nazir Hussain (and others) revolved around social issues. They tackled the problems of dowry and landless farmers, highlighting the wickedness of cruel zamindars and capitalists.
Hussain shot several of his films at his ancestral village and put Ghazipur on the film industry map. After Nazir Hussain, Ghazipur gave several film personalities like Rahi Masoom Raza, Anjan Shrivastava and Yunus Parvez. The veteran actress Leela Mishra too was from Ghazipur and starred along with Nazir Hussain in 'Ganga Maiya Tohe Piyari Chadhaibo'.
Some time in the latter half of the 1950s, character actor Nasir Hussain met then president Dr Rajendra Prasad (left) at a film awards function in Mumbai. Hussain, remembered among Hindi film lovers as the caring vicar who brings up Amitabh Bachchan in Bollywood blockbuster Amar Akbar Anthony (1977), was tall and fair. 'Are you a Punjabi?' the President asked Hussain. When the actor replied that he was from Dildarnagar Ghazipur district in eastern Uttar Pradesh, it was a moment of serendipity for Rajendra babu. He immediately started talking to him in Bhojpuri -- after all, India's first president was born in Jeeradei village in west Bihar's Bhojpuri-speaking Siwan district.
The conversation soon veered towards movies. Rajendra babu asked Hussain, 'Why don't you make a film in Bhojpuri?' The actor gently submitted that he was a mere character artiste and making a film required a lot of money. But Rajendra babu wasn't giving up and insisted, 'It is hard work, for sure. You also require a lot of courage. But you can do it.' The President, in fact, was articulating Nasir Hussain's own heartfelt desire. A couple of precedents had also inspired the character actor who had already made a name for himself playing Dharamdas, the protagonist's faithful servant in director Bimal Roy's Devdas (1955), the story of a young man who becomes an alcoholic when his family does not allow him to marry the woman he loves.
The encouragement Hussain got from the President prompted him into action. He had already penned the story of Ganga Maiya Tohe Piyari Chadhaibo which roughly means, O Mother Ganga I'll Offer You The Yellow Cloth.
In 1978, director Ashoke Jain’s Dangal was a qualitative improvement for a Bhojpuri film. Actor Nazir Hussain also made a remarkable film Balam Pardesia. in late 1970s. 1980s witnessed several notable movies including Hamar Bhauji, Ganga Ghat Dharti Maiyya,Bitia Bhail Sayan and Ganga Kinare More Gaon.
Super Duper films of the period included Ganga Maiyya Bhar de Ancharwa hamar, Sampoorna Tirth Yatra , Bhaiya Dooj, Ganga Ke Tir and Ganga Mare Laheria.
Dildarnagar Bazar is surrounded by the large villages of Rajput Muslim. One of the oldest colleges of the district − SKBM Inter College (formerly known as Muslim Rajput Inter College) − is situated in the far east of the town.
'Dildarnagar Police Station'
There is a police station in Dildarnagar.
Popular print media serving the area are:
There are currently 3 FM radio stations and one All India Radio Akashwani Station being broadcasted in Varanasi. The 5 Radio Stations are:
As of 2001[update] India census, Dildarnagar Bazar had a population of 11,409. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Dildarnagar Bazar has an average literacy rate of 70%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 77% and, female literacy is 63%.16% the population is under 6 years of age.
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