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The location of Jabalpur is 23°10' North latitude and 79° 59' East longitude. Jabalpur is situated on Varanasi-Nagpur NH-7. Nestled in the 'Mahakaushal' region in the central part of India, it is has a peaceful ambiance and a tranquil environment. The city of Jabalpur is located at an altitude of 411 meters.

Jabalpur enjoys a prime location. It is located at the center of Madhya Pradesh. The location of Jabalpur is instrumental in expanding the tourism industry of the city. Moreover, it is located about 4.7 nm from Khamaria and about 2.9 nm from Garha. Panagar, Barela, Pararia and Guwarighat are located about 8.2 nm, 6.8 nm, 11.2 nm and 3.5 nm respectively.

CityJabalpur
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictJabalpur
Total Population951,469
Total Male496,829
Total Female454,640
Total Population (0-6 Age Group)112,446
Total Male (0-6 Age Group)59,104
Total Female (0-6 Age Group)53,342
Total Literates 710,855
Total Male Literates 394,094
Total Female Literates 316,761



Last Updated on : July 30, 2019



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