Mandi District Map


District Map of Mandi

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The picturesque hill station of Mandi (800 m above sea level) is shrouded in history and owes its name to the sage Mandava. Popularly known as the " Varanasi of the Hills" this colonial town located on the banks of the rippling Beas River occupies an area of 3950 sq. km.

The 2001 Census has recorded a population of 9.01 lakhs. The people of Mandi follow an agrarian economy and cultivate rice, pulses, millets, tea, sesame seed, groundnut, sunflower oil and herbal products.

The quintessential hill station with its quaint culture attracting tourists from all over the world is located 50 km from the capital city of Shimla. The notable tourist spots of Mandi include the stunning Rewalsar Lake with its floating islands, the Prashar lakes with its exotic pagodas and the hydroelectric plant at Jogindernagar. Besides Sundernagar, renown for housing Asia's largest hydroelectric project, the Beas- Sutlej project and the treeking zones of Janjheli with its picture postcard chiaroscuro are also worth visiting.

Total /Rural/ UrbanPopulationChild Population in the age group 0-6Literates
 PersonsMalesFemalesPersonsMalesFemalesPersonsMalesFemales
T9,99,5184,96,7875,02,7311,09,96357,49652,4677,36,6614,01,9903,34,671
R9,36,8944,64,7324,72,1621,0,446254,56949,8936,83,7513,74,1633,09,588
U62,62432,05530,5695,5012,9272,57452,91027,82725,083


Facts of Mandi District
StateHimachal Pradesh
DistrictMandi
District HQMandi
Population (2011)999777
Growth10.92%
Sex Ratio1007
Literacy81.53
Area (km2)3950
Density (/km2) 253
Tehsils Mandi, Chachyot, Thunag, Karsog, Jogindernagar, Padhar, Ladbhadol, Sundernagar, Sarkaghat, Balh
Lok Sabha Constituencies Mandi, Hamirpur
Assembly Constituencies Karsog (SC), Sundernagar, Nachan (SC), Seraj, Darang, Jogindernagar, Dharampur, Mandi, Balh (SC), Sarkaghat
Languages Hindi, English, Pahari, Mandyali
Rivers Beas, Satluj
Lat-Long 31.653381,76.924667
Travel Destinations Bhootnath Temple, Rewalsar Lake, Prashar Lake, Pandoh Dam, Macchial Lake etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Vallabh Government College, Government College (Kasrog), Jawaharlal Nehru Government Engineering College, Noble College of Education, Himachal Dental College, Industrial Training Institute etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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