Anuppur District Map



District Map of Anuppur

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District Map of Anuppur CHHATTISGARH Shahdol Umaria Dindori
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Facts of Anuppur District
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictAnuppur
District HQAnuppur
Population (2011)749237
Growth12.30%
Sex Ratio976
Literacy67.88
Area (km2)3747
Density (/km2) 200
Tehsils Anuppur, Jaithari, Kotma, Pushprajgarh
Lok Sabha Constituencies Shahdol
Assembly Constituencies Kotma, Anuppur (ST), Pushprajgarh (ST)
Languages Bagheli, Hindi
Rivers Narmada, Sone, Kewai
Lat-Long 23.079732,81.802597
Travel Destinations Narmada Mandir, Mai Ka Bagiya, Sonmuda, Bhrigumandal, Kabir Chabutra, Jwaleshwar Mahadev Temple, Kapildhara Waterfall, Dudhdhara Waterfall, Shambhudhara, Durgadhara Waterfall, Sarvodya Jain Temple, Ganesh Temple etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Govt. Tulsi Degree College, Government M.M College (Kotma), Government Degree College (Pushprajgarh), Govt. Degree College (Jaihari), Govt. Polytechnic College etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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