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The Kaithal district of Haryana was established on 1st November, 1989. The district is located in the north western part of the state. With the total area of 2,389 square kilometers and a population of 8,20,000, the district has its headquarter at Kaithal town.

Agriculture is the major occupation in the Kaithal District. The main crops grown in the district are rice and wheat. Among many of the tourist attractions, the tomb of Razia Sultana is one of the best.



Facts of Kaithal District
StateHaryana
DistrictKaithal
District HQKaithal
Population (2011)1074304
Growth13.55%
Sex Ratio881
Literacy69.15
Area (km2)2471
Density (/km2) 598
Tehsils Fatehpur Pundri, Guhla, Kaithal
Lok Sabha Constituencies Kurukshetra
Assembly Constituencies Guhla (SC), Kalayat, Kaithal, Pundr
Languages Hindi, Haryanvi
Rivers Ghagar
Lat-Long 29.730993,76.365566
Travel Destinations Rigvediya Manusa 7 Manasa Tirtha, Apaya Tirtha – Gadali, Kedara (Vriddhakedara) Tirtha, Brahmanakalina Parisaraka - (Saraka Tirtha) – Shergarh, Ilaspada, Devitirtha Kalasi, Amvajanma Tirtha, Pundarika Tirtha, Trivistapa Tirtha, Mishraka Tirtha, Devitirtha Mohana, Vyasasthali – Basthali, Rasamangala Tirtha, Vamana Tirtha, Kotikuta Tirtha, Naimisakunja Tirtha, Brahma Tirtha, Soma Tirtha, Gandharava Tirtha, Rinamochana Tirtha, Alepaka Tirtha, Kulottarrana Tirtha, Pavanahrida Tirtha, Kulottarana Tirtha etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Bpr. College Of Education, United College Of Education (Kaul), Babu Anant Ram Janta Colledg Of Education, Maharaja Aggarsain College Of Education, Shri Ram College Of Education, Saraswati College Of Education, Jat College Of Education, Rama College Of Education, R.K.S.D. College Of Education, Savitri Devi Memorial College Of Education, Kithana College Of Education, Ssm. College Of Education, Mdn. College Of Education, Shri Sai Baba College Of Education, Ksm. Education College, Shriram College Of Education, Ssm College Of Edu., Savitri Devi College Of Education, Shiv Shankar College Of Education, United College Of Education, R.K.S.D. College, I.G. College, Jat College, Dr. Ambedkar Govt. College, D.A.V. College, Ch. Ishwer Singh Mahilla Maha Vidyalya, Ch. Ishwer Singh Maha Vidyalya, D.A.V. College (Pundri), Amarnath Bhagat College, Kapilmuni Mahilla College etc.



Last Updated on : January 2, 2015



     


     

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