Mayna, Rohtak

Maina (Mayna) is the first village en route to Jhajjar, on the Rohtak-Jhajjar road, situated 5 km from Rohtak. It is governed by the Rohtak district administration. The village is a beautiful village in all aspects. The village has almost zero crime rate and youths are away from drug abuse. In heavy rains it has been observed that water lodging paralyzed surrounding villages but never village maina
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Demographics

As per the Census of India, 2011, Maina village has a total population of 4599 of which 2467 are Males and 2132 are Females; people aged 0-6 is 533, making up 11.59% of the total population of the village; sex ratio is 864 females per 1000 males, which is lower than the state average of 879 females per 1000 males; child sex ratio is 825 females for 1000 males, which is lower than the state average of 834 females for 1000 males. In 2011, the literacy rate of Maina village was 80.79% as against the state average of 75.55% with male literacy at 90.67% and female literacy rate was 69.43%
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Temples

Maina has two major temples, one temple of Lord Shiva and the other of Lord Hanuman, with the latter located on NH-17 itself. The temple for Lord Hanuman, offers free accommodation for pilgrims to Vaishno Devi or visitors to Balaji Dham.
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Economy

The economy of the village is primarily centred around agriculture and dairy farming. Wheat, paddy and milk are the major contributors to the above mentioned sector Non-agricultural economy is driven by small scale industries producing earthen pots, paediatric shoes and a cloth dyeing industry in the region.
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Topography and Planning

The region within and surrounding the village is planned and since its origin has an ordered structure The region is surrounded by ponds which prevents the village from floods and provides easy access to potable water source. The village is rich in wetlands, dense plants and free plains. Village energy needs are fulfilled by state board electricity supply and from local fuel stations. Rooftop solar systems are getting popular day by day. At an estimate several hundred kW of electricity is village capacity of solar power production.The village yet has not planned solid waste management.
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Flora and Fauna

In the village, migratory birds can be seen around ponds during winter, snakes are present in kawala and barali area. Flora in village was of sub tropical trees. on northern and southern sides were two small forests while in eastern and western sides was the cultivated land. on far western end sand deposits could be seen . Hence a variety of bushes and sheesham trees were in abaundance. after appraoching canals wetland area increased . Now the wetland weeds are in abaundance.
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