Bhojpur district is one of the thirty-eight regions of Bihar state in northern India. Arrah town called Ara is the managerial base camp of this city. The city appeared in 1972, when Shahabad region was bifurcated into Bhojpur and Rohtas. In 2006 the Indian government named Bhojpur one of the nation's 250 most in reverse regions out of a sum of 640. It is one of the 38 regions in Bihar at present accepting assets from the Backward Regions Grant Fund Program BRGF.
As indicated by the 2011 enumeration Bhojpur area, Bihar has a population of 2,720,155, generally equivalent to the country of Kuwait or the US territory of Nevada. This gives it a positioning of 145th in India out of an aggregate of 640. The city has a population thickness of 1,136 occupants for every square kilometer 2,940/sq mi. Its population development rate throughout the decade 2001– 2011 was 21.27%. Bhojpur has a sex proportion of 900 females for each 1000 men, and a proficiency rate of 72.79%. Dialects incorporate Bhojpuri, a dialect with right around 200 000 speakers, as indicated by the investigation of 'Times of India Daily' written in both the Devanagari and Kaithi contents, Hindi and Urdu.