Ahiran is a village in Suti I CD Block in Jangipur subdivision of the Murshidabad district of the state of West Bengal, India. It serves as the Headquarters of the Suti I administrative division.
Ahiran is located at
. The village situated in the bank of 24°31′N 88°01′E / 24.52°N 88.02°E Bhagirathi River.
population of Ahiran village, as per the 2011 Census by the Government of India, was 17,079 with 8,691 males and 8,388 females.
CD Block HQ
The headquarters of
Suti I CD Block are located at Ahiran.
This is a historical village of Murshidabad district. The word Ahiran means "an area of milkmen", where "Ahir" means "milkmen".
The gold coins belonging to  Gupta period were found at Ahiran during road construction on National Highway 34 (India).
Some of the government offices located in this area are:
Ahrion electric bill collection office and mini electronic supply centers were established at Suti 1 block ( WBSEDCL - AHIRAN CCC). . 
The schools situated in the village include the Ahiran Vidyapith,
 Ahiran Hemangini Vidyaytan School (H.S.) and the Ahiran Schinananda Girl High School.
Ahiran Model School, Suti - I block.
Aligarh Muslim University Center Murshidabad .
Ahiran Hospital is the Primary Health Center, the B.M.O.H. Ahiran BPHC
Suti-1,  Murshidabad, near Jangipur Sub-Divisional Hospital. Veterinary Dispensaries/ Hospital -BLDO Suti-1 Block Animal Primary Health center at Ahiran. 
"Provisional Population Totals, West Bengal". Census of India 2011. Census Commission of India . Retrieved . 20 January 2011
"District Census Handbook: Murshidabad, Series 20 Part XII A" (PDF). Map of Murshidabad with CD Block HQs and Police Stations (on the fourth page). Directorate of Census Operations, West Bengal, 2011 . Retrieved . 27 August 2017
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"Land & Land Reforms Department". Government of West Bengal. Archived from the original on 16 June 2015 . Retrieved . 17 February 2011
"Details of BANK OF INDIA, AHIRAN". All Bank Branches in India . Retrieved . 17 February 2014
"Details of wbsedcl, AHIRON". Mini Power supply . Retrieved . 11 June 2018
University of Calcutta (1957). . University of Calcutta. p. 131. Hundred years of the University of Calcutta supplement
"Ahiran Railway Station". AHN/Ahiran (1 PFs) Railway Station Map - India Rail Info . Retrieved . 12 June 2015
"Name of the Institution (Hospital)" (PDF). Government of West Bengal Health & Family Welfare Department . Retrieved . 17 February 2011
"Block Animal Health Centre". Department of Animal Resources Development, Govt. of WB . Retrieved . 17 February 2012