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|District||Purba Bardhaman district|
|Elevation||22 m (72 ft)|
|• Official||Bengali, English|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Burdwan Purba|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Memari|
Debipur is a small village located at Memari I block in Purba Bardhaman district. It is under Memari police station. Nearest railway station is Debipur railway station, which is under Eastern Railway and is a part of Kolkata Suburban Railway system. Nearest towns near Debipur are Boinchi, Memari.
It is a small village having some beautiful sides of rural India. It is 78 km from Kolkata via Howrah-Bardhaman main line. G.T Road/State Highway 13 (West Bengal) goes through the edge of this village. A D.V.C. canal flows through the middle of this village. Additional areas are Mobarakpur, Gram Debipur.
According to 2011 Census, Debipur had total population of 3175. Among total population, males constitute 50.61% (1607 males) and females constitute 49.38% (1568) of total population. Average literacy rate of this village is 63.46%. 1562 persons are total workers among total population (3175). In total workers, there 70.74% population are directly or indirectly involved in agriculture.
Some basic facilities like banks, ATMs, daily needs shops are available here. There are two banks near Debipur Railway.
This village's all sides are surrounded by agricultural lands. Main occupation among the villagers is agriculture, service & business .
There are two primary schools and two higher secondary schools in this village (Debipur Station High School for both boys' and girls').
Kali Puja is the main festival of this place.
The 60’ high Lakshmi Janardana temple established by the Singh family has rich terracotta carvings.
David J. McCutchion describes the Lakshmi Janardana temple (1844) as a rekha deul with ek-bangla porch. There is rich terracotta decoration on three sides of the porch. Particular mention has been made of vegetal/ floral motifs.
- "2011 Census – Primary Census Abstract Data Tables". West Bengal – District-wise. Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India. Retrieved 27 February 2017.
- Chattopadhyay, Akkori, Bardhaman Jelar Itihas O Lok Sanskriti (History and Folk lore of Bardhaman District.), (in Bengali), Vol II, page 596, Radical Impression, Kolkata. ISBN 81-85459-36-3
- McCutchion, David J., Late Mediaeval Temples of Bengal, first published 1972, reprinted 2017, pages 70, 38. The Asiatic Society, Kolkata, ISBN 978-93-81574-65-2