Chhindwara District Map


District Map of Chhindwara

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District Map of Chhindwara MAHARASHTRA Betul Hoshangabad Narsinghpur Seoni
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Chhindwara forms one of the southern district of Madhya Pradesh . Geographically it is located within 21.28" to 22.49" North latitude and 78.40" to 79.24" East longitude.

Chhindwara was formed in 1956. It has an area of 11,815 sq km. As per the census report of 2001, the total population of Chhindwara is 18,48,882.

The places to visit in this district are
  • Patalkot
  • Tamia
  • Tribal Museum
  • Chota Mahadev Cave
  • Devgarh Fort
  • Nadadwari
  • Hot Water Spring
  • Radhadevi Caves
  • Jam Sanvli Temple


Facts of Chhindwara District
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictChhindwara
District HQChhindwara
Population (2011)2090922
Growth13.07%
Sex Ratio964
Literacy71.16
Area (km2)11815
Density (/km2) 177
Tehsils Chhindwara, Tamia, Parasia, Junnardeo, Amarwara, Chourai, Sausar, Pandhurna, Bicchua, Umreth, Mohkhed, Harrai
Lok Sabha Constituencies Chhindwara
Assembly Constituencies Juunardeo (ST), Amarwara (ST), Churai, Saunsar, Chhindwara, Parasia (SC), Pandhurna (ST)
Languages Gondi, Hindi including Marathi
Rivers Kanhan, Pench, Jam, Kulbehra, Shakkar, Doodh
Lat-Long 22.08564,78.834686
Travel Destinations Patalkot, Chota Mahadev Cave, Devgarh Fort, Kukdi Khapa Water Fall, Lilahi Water Fall, Gotmar Mela, Tribal Museum, Neelkanthi, Anhoni, Kalyani Devi' Temple, Sharada Devi' Temple, Nagadwari Cave etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt College (Amarwara) , Govt Autonomous PG College, Govt College (Damua), Govt College (Junardeo), Govt Science College (Pandhurna), Govt College (Sausar), Govt College (Bichhua), Rajmata Scindia Govt Girls College, Govt College (Harrai), Govt Arts College (Lodhikhera), Govt Pench Valley PG College (Parasia), Govt College (Tamia) etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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