Sirmaur District Map


District Map of Sirmaur

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Sirmour, a land adorned by lofty mountains, deep gorges, treacherous ravines, lush valleys and meadows and laced by gurgling rivulets is a quixotic land of dreams. Shrouded by conjectures regarding its nomenclature Sirmaur spans from 77° 01'12" to77°49'40" East Longitude upto 30°22'30" to 31°01'20" North Latitude.

The 2001 Census Report has marked a population size of 4,58,593. People mainly follow agricultural practices while some are also engaged in industrial enterprises and other allied services to earn a living.

Tourism is always a core revenue-generating sector in hill stations. Likewise Sirmaur District, abounding in resplendent natural beauty offers a host of tourist spots in the tourism triangle of Nahan, Renuka and Paonta Sahib ranging from Nahan Town, Dhaula Kuan, Girinagar, Trilokpur Temple and Suketi Fossil Park in Nahan, The Sahastra Dhara, the Khodri Dak Pathar, Kafota as well as various revered guruwara and temples in Paonta Sahib, Choordar, Gayatri Temple and Renula Wildlife Sanctuary in Renuka.

Total /Rural/ UrbanPopulationChild Population in the age group 0-6Literates
 PersonsMalesFemalesPersonsMalesFemalesPersonsMalesFemales
T5,30,1642,76,8012,53,36367,95835,20232,7563,69,6512,09,6081,60,043
R4,72,9262,46,5992,26,32761,93132,01029,9213,22,7871,84,1971,38,590
U57,23830,20227,0366,0273,1922,83546,86425,41121,453


Facts of Sirmaur District
StateHimachal Pradesh
DistrictSirmaur
District HQNahan
Population (2011)529855
Growth15.54%
Sex Ratio918
Literacy78.8
Area (km2)2825
Density (/km2) 188
Tehsils Nahan, Paonta Sahib, Pachhad, Shillai, Sangrah, Rajgarh
Lok Sabha Constituencies Shimla (SC)
Assembly Constituencies Pachhad (SC), Nahan, Sri Renukaji (SC), Paonta Sahib, Shillai
Languages Hindi, Pahari, Punjabi
Rivers Yamuna, Giri
Lat-Long 30.566991,77.469292
Travel Destinations Churdhar Peak, Haripur Dhar, Jaitak Fort, Ranital Bagh, Temple Of Srigul, Jaitak Hills, Renuka Wildlife Sanctuary, Renukaji Mini Zoo, Suketi Fossil Park, Trilokpur Temple, Trilokpur Temple etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt. Post Graduate College, Government College (Nahan), Government College (Dhara), IT Govt College (Rampur Banjaran) etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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