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Churimiyan is a village in the Laxmangarh administrative region of the Sikar district of the Rajasthan state in India. The village lies 18 kilometres (10 mi) east of Laxmangarh and 17 kilometres from Nawalgarh. Villages and towns which border Churimiyan include Sankhu, Mirzwas, Balaran, Almas, Bhinchri and Bhagasara.
Churimiyan has a hot summer, scanty rainfall, a chilly winter season and a general dryness of the air, except in the brief monsoon season. The average maximum and minimum temperatures are 45-48 and 0-2 degrees Celsius, respectively.
About 50% of the population are engaged in farming, Most of living in gulf countries to earning better. Village agriculture is dependent on the monsoon rains although many farms use artesian wells for irrigation. In the rainy season, women carry grass on their heads to feed the cows and buffaloes.
Churimiyan is a Panchayat. The leader is called a Sarpanch. The panchayat includes sankhu,hanumangarh as well.
Churimiyan is connected by a two lane asphalt road to Laxmangarh, Mukandgarh and Nawalgarh. Nawalgarh Railway station,17 kilometres (11 mi) from Churimiyan, is well connected from Jaipur, Delhi and other cities. Asphalt roads connect the village to surrounding villages and to Laxmangarh. Camel carts and bullock carts were formerly the chief means of transportation and are being replaced by bicycles and other automobiles.
The major religions practiced in the area are Hinduism and Islam. Villagers celebrate all major festivals including Eid al-Fitr, Holi, Diwali and Mawlid.
The village has recently promoted Govt. Higher secondary school with Science facu