About AdariAdari is a small town that belongs to Mau district of Uttar Pradesh. The city is sited at a distance of 9 km from the district headquarters Mau, 6 km away from its Tehsil headquarters Kopaganj and 329 km away from the state capital Lucknow. People of all religions and communities reside in this town; the locals in the town speak both Hindi and Urdu. Agriculture is one of the main occupations of the locals which are done using tube well irrigation.
Geography of AdariThe town is elevated at a height of 79 meters above sea level and it has its coordinates at 25° 59' 23 North latitude and 83° 36' 46 East longitude. The town rests on the lush plains of Ganges-Ghaghara doab. The town is bounded by Mau Tehsil in the west, Pardaha Tehsil in the west, Ratanpura Tehsil in the East and Ghosi Tehsil in the North. The nearby villages are Muhmmadpur Muindara 2 km away, Indara 2 km away, Shahpurat 2 km away, Alinagar 3 km away and Devkali Vishunpur 3 km away from Adari. The cities close to Adari are Rasra 33 km away, Lar 48 km away and Azamgarh 49 km away. The Taluks nearby Adari are Kopaganj 6 km away, Mau 7 km away, Pardaha 11 km away and Ratanpur 16 km away. The districts close to the town are Azamgarh 49 km away, Ghazipur 49 km away and Buxar 66 km away from the town.
Demography of AdariAs per 2011 census the total population of the town is 2773 out of which 1466 constitutes male population and 1307 constitutes female population. The count of children between the age group of 0 to 6 is 473 out of which boys are 262 and girls are 211. The total literates in the town are 1745 out of which 1016 are male and 729 are female. The total illiterates in the town are 1028 out of which 450 are male and 578 are female. The total literacy rate of the town is 75.87 % out of which the male literacy rate is 84.39 % and female literacy rate is 66.51 %. The average sex ratio is 892 female per 1000 male and the average child ratio is 805 girls per 1000 boys both these figures are less than the average sex ratio of Uttar Pradesh which is 912 and 902. The total number of main workers are 343 and total number of marginal workers are 462. About 116 people work as agricultural laborers in Adari town were only 24 people in the town are owners or co-owners. The town has about 15.69% of scheduled caste people and nearly 1.48 % of people belong to scheduled tribe community.
Administration of AdariThe town operates under Kopaganj Tehsil of Mau district and Adari is one of the 66 panchayats under its Kopaganj tehsil. Adari functions under the Azamgarh division of state administration and this small town constitutes a Nagar Panchayat which forms the local self-government in Adari. The town's nagar panchayat has a total of 11 wards and Prince Jayashwal is the current President of Adari Nagar Panchayat. The 11 wards are Lakshmi Nagar, Kandu cluste, garden, Kunwa mosque, Station Road, Moti Mahal, Twngr Khan, Koiri cluster Kuduwan and Maldha.
Tourist Places near AdariThe town is located close to many prominent tourist places in Uttar Pradesh like Kushinagar 98 km away, Gorakhpur 99 km away, Sarnath 100 km away, Jaunpur 109 km away and Varanasi 110 km away.
NGOs in AdariThe Imtiyaz Memorial Alpsankhyak Educational Society in Adari town is an NGO with a charitable trust and voluntary and welfare organization which works for the benefits of women and old age people.
Imtiyaz Memorial Alpsankhyak Educational Society: Raza Nagar Ward No. 4, Adari, Uttar Pradesh - 275102
Phone no.: 0547-2272049
Passport Office AdariThe state capital Lucknow turns out to be the regional passport office – RPO for Adari jurisdiction where passport and the related travel documents can be applied and obtained.
RPO Lucknow: Passport Bhawan, Vipin Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh-2265010
Phone no.: 91-522-2305130