Jehanabad is a small town in the Jehanabad district of Bihar. It is situated in Nagar Parishad and functions as the district headquarters. Jehanabad was earlier a part of the Gaya district but was made into a separate district on the 1st of August 1986. Agriculture is the most common occupation of the residents of Jehanabad. It also has an industrial area. Jehanabad is connected to the nearby cities of Patna and Gaya via road and rail. The city has around 1 lakh residents who mostly speak in Magahi and Hindi. Barabar Caves that are situated in the hilly area near Jehanabad attracts tourists. These caves constitute of ancient, rock-cut Buddhist chambers from the 3rd Century AD. Baba Siddhnath Temple located on the highest peak of the Barabar Hills range is another interesting place to explore. Sati Nagari Lari, the Sun Temple and the Mahadevsthan at Bhelawer are few other places worth visiting near Jehanabad.
The Axis Bank has 14,000 ATMs, nine international offices, and 3,304 branches. The head office of Axis Bank is in Mumbai and registered office in Ahmedabad. The Axis Bank is the third largest private-sector bank in India offering a comprehensive range of financial products. The bank employed over 55,000 people and had a market capitalization of ?1.28 trillion, as of March 31, 2017. As of 30 Jun. 2016, the promoters & promoter group (United India Insurance Company Limited, Oriental Insurance Company Limited, National Insurance Company Limited, New India Assurance Company Ltd, GIC, LIC & UTI) owns the 30.81% shares of the Axis Bank. The rest of the 69.19% shares are held by Mutual Funds Institutions, FIIs, Financial Institutions (banks), Insurance companies, corporate bodies & individual investors among others. The registered office of the UTI bank was opened in Ahmedabad, and corporate office was opened in Mumbai in December 1993. Dr. Manmohan Singh, the Finance Minister of India, inaugurated the first branch on 2 April 1994 in Ahmedabad. After the Government of India allowed new private banks to be incorporated, the UTI Bank began its operations in 1993. In 2001 UTI Bank agreed to merge with and amalgamate Global Trust Bank, but the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) withheld approval, and nothing came of this. In 2004 the RBI put Global Trust into moratorium and supervised its merger into Oriental Bank of Commerce. The UTI Bank became the first Indian bank to launch the travel currency card in 2003. On July 30, 2007, UTI Bank changed its name to Axis Bank.