Kangra District Map


District Map of Kangra

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Kangra is situated in the eastern part of Himachal Pradesh. It is located within the 30° 22' 40" to 33° 12' 40" North Latitude and 75° 45' 55" to 79° 04' 20" East Longitude.

Kangra occupies an area of 55,673 sq. km. The population of this district is 6077248 persons, according to 2001 census. The density of population of Kangra is 109. Dharamshala is the headquarter of the Kangra District.

The important tourist spots of Kangra are
  • Nurpur Fort
  • Kangra Fort
  • Mannuni Lake
  • Gopalpur Zoo
  • Mural
Its pleasant and relaxing tourist spot in the laps of Himalayas.

Kangra Cityt Map

Facts of Kangra District
StateHimachal Pradesh
DistrictKangra
District HQDharamshala
Population (2011)1510075
Growth12.77%
Sex Ratio1012
Literacy85.67
Area (km2)5739
Density (/km2) 263
Tehsils Nurpur, Nagrota, Indora, Jwali, Kangra, Palampur, Badoh, Kasba Kotla, Jaswan, Dehra Gopipur, Khundiyan, Jaisinghpur, Baijnath, Fatehpur, Dharamshala, Shahpur
Lok Sabha Constituencies Kangra, Hamirpur
Assembly Constituencies Nurpur, Indora (SC), Fatehpur, Jawali, Dehra, Jaswan-Pragpur, Jawalamukhi, Jaisinghpur (SC), Sullah, Nagrota, Kangra, Shahpur, Dharamshala, Palampur, Baijnath (SC)
Languages Pahari (Kangri), Punjabi, Hindi
Rivers Beas
Lat-Long 32.063956,76.375351
Travel Destinations temple of Chamunda Devi, Baijnath Temple, Jawalamukhi Temple, Kangra Valley Art Gallery, Brajeshwari Temple, Vajreshwari Temple, Nadaun palace, Taragarh Palace, Shiva temple, Pong Lake Sanctuary, Kangra Fort, Karaeri Lake, Kotla Fort, Behna Mahadev Temple, fort of Sujanpur, Masrur Temple, temple of Bagalamukhi, Siddhanatha temple, Nagar Kot Fort etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt. College of Education, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Govt. Medical College, Pandit Sant Ram Government College, Govt College (Indora) etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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