Hamirpur District Map


Hamirpur is situated between 250 7' N -260 7' North Latitude and 790 17' E-800 21' East Longitude. The district of Hamirpur covers an area of 4,121.9 sq. km.

The total population of Hamirpur is 4, 12, 009 according to the census of 2001. Among which 1,95,971 are male and 2,16,038 are female.

The economy of Hamirpur depends mainly on agriculture. The main crops are wheat, rice, barley etc. Horticulture is also practiced in this district.

District Map of Hamirpur

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Total /Rural/ UrbanPopulationChild Population in the age group 0-6Literates
 PersonsMalesFemalesPersonsMalesFemalesPersonsMalesFemales
T4,54,2932,16,7422,37,55147,70825,35722,3513,61,9091,82,3501,79,559
R4,22,8802,00,4502,22,43044,86223,84921,0133,35,2051,68,1331,67,072
U31,41316,29215,1212,8461,5081,33826,70414,21712,487


Facts of Hamirpur District
StateHimachal Pradesh
DistrictHamirpur
District HQHamirpur
Population (2011)454768
Growth10.19%
Sex Ratio1095
Literacy88.15
Area (km2)1118
Density (/km2) 406
Tehsils Barsar, Bhoranj, Dhatwal, Galore, Hamirpur, Nadaun, Tira Sujanpur
Lok Sabha Constituencies Hamirpur
Assembly Constituencies Bhoranj (SC), Sujanpur, Hamirpur, Barsar, Nadaun
Languages Hindi, Punjabi, Pahari
Rivers Beas
Lat-Long 31.680264,76.503096
Travel Destinations Sujanpur Tira, Nadaun, Deotsidh Temple, Markanda, Bhota,
Government Colleges/Universities Government Polytechnic College, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Memorial Government Postgraduate College, Government Institute of Hotel Management, Catering & Nutrition Technology, National Institute of Technology etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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