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Chiraiyakot is a town in Mau district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The main town has two markets. One is called More and the other one is called Takiya. The market at More is much bigger and one can buy almost every things there. The old Chiraiyakote town is segmented in different Mohallas. The most prominent one is Sarai Mohalla which is the first Mohall when you enter Chiraiyakote from the More Road. The other Mohallas are Paschim, Purab and Mahatwana. The original inhabitants who normally live in the older parts of the town,are very cultured and generally well educated. This town is associated with many nearby villages. The prominent villages are Rasulpur,Fattepur, Ausatpur, Raipur(Paliya),Mathiya, Manajit, Brahim Chak, Sirsa,Sarounda,Aldemau,Karmi,Khurdkarmi, Raipur etc.This is a historical place and has history dating back to 300 years. The town having mix of Hindu and Muslim religion. It is 28 KM for from Azamgarh city and 36 KM far from MAU city. It is situated on the state highway between Azamgarh and Gazipur.As per Bharatiya Sankriti here is a very old fort of Maharaja "Chirai".You will get more cultured people where we feel the Bharatiya Sanskriti glimps.Agriculturaly and greenry is the most sound factor here where you will get minor pollution, more peace and sound health.The people belong to this town are spread in many cities of India and regularly come to get mental peace and physically strength.The most poplular Indian dress "Sari-Banarasi Sari" manufactures here that has a great fame in the world.The great and brave people belong to this town always serve their country by joining in Indian Army etc. Nearest Railway station is "Dullahapur". The history of Dullahapur has story of brave soilders.
Chiraiyakot is located at 26.03°N 83.56°E? / 26.03; 83.56. It has an average elevation of 66 metres (217 feet).