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Gwalior location, in the state of Madhya Pradesh , is at the geographical coordinates of 26.22° North Latitude and 78.18° East Longitude. Situated 197 meters above sea level, Gwalior is 121 km from Agra and 321 km from the national capital of New Delhi.

The city of Gwalior coves a geographical area of 5214.00 sq km and is situated by the banks of Chambal River. It also serves as the administrative headquarter of the district of Gwalior and Gwalior division.

StateMadhya Pradesh
Total Population826,919
Total Male442,484
Total Female384,435
Total Population (0-6 Age Group)109,028
Total Male (0-6 Age Group)59,462
Total Female (0-6 Age Group)49,566
Total Literates 826,919
Total Male Literates 442,484
Total Female Literates 384,435

Last Updated on : September 19, 2016

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