Solan District Map


District Map of Solan

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Created in September 1972, Solan District of Himachal Pradesh occupies an area of 1936 sq. km. Extending from 76.42 and 77.20 degree east longitude and 30.05 and 31.15 degree north latitudes, Solan District is nestled on the lap of the Shivalik Ranges. The district is bounded by Shimla district in the North and by Ropar District of Punjab and Ambala district of Harayana in the south and by Sirmaur and Bilaspur District of Himachal Pradesh in the east and west, respectively.

Solan District has marked a total population of 5,00,557. The local inhabitants depend on agriculture for their subsistence and adopt several traditional practices conducive for farming in sloping terrains.

Solan with its sprawling brewery, horticulture and forest universities and pleasant climate has an opulent array of magnificent tourist spots. Tourists can choose from a platter of exotic locales ranging from Kasauli, Barog, Chail, Parwanoo, Kiaighat and Darlaghat, respectively.

Total /Rural/ UrbanPopulationChild Population in the age group 0-6Literates
 PersonsMalesFemalesPersonsMalesFemalesPersonsMalesFemales
T5,76,6703,06,1622,70,50866,34934,94831,4014,33,8772,47,3231,86,554
R4,74,5922,47,1952,27,39755,79629,25926,5373,49,8001,97,2021,52,598
U1,02,07858,96743,11110,5535,6894,86484,07750,12133,956


Facts of Solan District
StateHimachal Pradesh
DistrictSolan
District HQSolan
Population (2011)580320
Growth15.93%
Sex Ratio880
Literacy83.68
Area (km2)1936
Density (/km2) 298
Tehsils Arki, Baddi, Darlaghat, Kandaghat, Kasauli, Krishangarh, Nalagarh, Ramshahr, Solan
Lok Sabha Constituencies Shimla
Assembly Constituencies Arki, Nalagarh, Doon, Solan (SC), Kasauli (SC)
Languages Hindi, Punjabi, English
Rivers -----
Lat-Long 31.048228,76.925869
Travel Destinations Jatoli Temple, Mohan National Heritage Park, Arki Fort, Nalagarh Fort, Palace Chail, Kali Tibba Temple, Hanuman Temple, Monkey Point, Baba Balak Nath Temple, Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, Chirst and Baptist church etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt. Polytechnic (Kandaghat), Govt Sanskrit College, Govt. College, State Council of Educational Research & Training etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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