Chhatarpur District Map


District Map of Chhatarpur

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District Map of Chhatarpur UTTAR PRADESH Tikamgarh Sagar Damoh Panna
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Chhatarpur is situated in the north eastern border of the state of Madhya Pradesh . It came into existence in 1956.

Chhatarpur is located within 24.06' to 25.20' North latitude and 78.59' to 80.26' East longitude. It comprises of an area of 8687 sq km. According to1991 census, the total population of Chhatarpur is 11,58,076. Out of it 6,23,878 are males and the number of females is 5,34,198.

Cultivation of crops like paddy, wheat and jowar is practiced in the district of Chhatarpur. Good quality timber is also produced here.

The important tourist spots are
  • Chaunsat Yogini
  • Kandariya Mahadeo
  • Chitragupta Temple
  • Lakshmana Tample
  • Duladeo Temple
  • Chaturbhuj Temple


Facts of Chhatarpur District
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictChhatarpur
District HQChhatarpur
Population (2011)1762375
Growth19.51%
Sex Ratio883
Literacy63.74
Area (km2)8687
Density (/km2) 203
Tehsils Chhatarpur, Gaurihar, Nowgong, Luandi, Rajnagar, Bijawar, Badamalehara
Lok Sabha Constituencies Khajuraho
Assembly Constituencies Maharajpur, Chandla (SC), Rajnagar, Chhatarpur, Bijawar, Malhara
Languages Bundeli, Hindi, Bharia
Rivers Singhadi, Dhasan, Urmil
Lat-Long 24.756808,79.561386
Travel Destinations Kandariya Mahadeo, Chaunsat Yogini, Chitragupta Temple, Vishwanath Temple, Lakshmana Tample, Matangeswara Temple, Parsvanath Temple, Ghantai Temple, Adinath temple, Duladeo Temple, Chaturbhuj Temple etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Dr. Harisingh Gaur University, Govt College (Badamalehra), Govt Maharaja College, Govt Raja Harpalsingh College (Harpalpur), Govt Chhatrasal Maharaja College (Maharajpur), Govt Degree College (Bijawar), Govt Girls PG College, Govt College (Laundi), Govt College (Chandla) etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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