Betul District Map


District Map of Betul

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District Map of Betul MAHARASHTRA Harda Khandwa Hoshangabad Chhindwara
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Betul is one of the southern districts of Madhya Pradesh . Badnur is the head quarter of the district. The total area of Betul is 10043 sq. km.

As per the 2001 census, the total population of Betul is 13,95,175. The number of males is 7,09,956 whereas the females number to 6,85,219.

Agriculture happens to be a major occupation of the people of this district as the climate is very favorable for agricultural activities.

Facts of Betul District
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictBetul
District HQBetul
Population (2011)1575362
Growth12.92%
Sex Ratio971
Literacy68.9
Area (km2)10043
Density (/km2) 157
Tehsils Betul, Multai, Bhainsdehi, Shahapur, Amla, Athner
Lok Sabha Constituencies Betul-Harda-Harsud
Assembly Constituencies Multai, Amla (SC), Ghoradongri (ST), Bhainsdehi (ST)
Languages Hindi
Rivers Tapti, Ganjal, Morand, Tawa
Lat-Long 21.911197,77.903953
Travel Destinations Balajipuram Temple, GOV Dev baba temple, Shri Rukmani Balaji Temple, Lord Hanuman Temple, Navagraha, Saint Shirdi Sai Baba etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar Govt Degree College (Amla), J H Govt PG College, Govt College (Bhaisdehi), Govt College (Sarni), Govt College (Athner), Govt Girls College, Govt College (Multai), Govt College (Shahpur) etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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