Tillauti is a village in Aurangabad district, Bihar, India. The village has a population of about more than 1,000 people.
Tillauti lies between Punpun river from the west, Deohara in the south, Madar river in north, and forest in east.
Post of Tillauti is Shekhpura and the police station is in Shekhpura.
Local people say that this village has Nakti Bhavani temple on the banks of Madar River where many saints offer pooja to Nakti Bhavani. During the Hindu month of Karthi, mela will be held on the banks of Madar. thousands of people come and offer their prayer.
Deohara is the local market of this village which lies 3 km from Tillauti, the village is connected with road and power supply. Deohara is a village in Goh sub-division of the Aurangabad district.
Bhavani is a Municipality in Erode District, Tamil Nadu, India. It is located at the northern periphery of Erode City Municipal Corporation and is around 105 km (65 mi) from Coimbatore and 60 km (37 mi) from Tiruppur and Salem. Bhavani is also known as "Carpet City" as it is known for its carpet industry; blankets and carpets manufactured in the town are known as Bhavani Jamakkalam. As of 2011, the town covers an area of 2.17 square kilometres (0.84 sq mi) and has a population of 39,225. It is a grade II municipality.
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