Dindori District Map


District Map of Dindori

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District Map of Dindori Umaria Shahdol Anuppur CHHATTISGARH Mandla Jabalpur
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The district of Dindori encompasses a total area of 571883 hectares. The district is part of the Jabalpur division of Mahakausal region.

Dindori district holds a total population of 579312 , in which 290572 are men and 288740 are women. The district comprises of 97 % rural and tribal population.

The district draws its revenue from agricultural and forest products. Dindori has not yet experienced industrialization. The district is one of the most economically backward regions of the state due to absence of proper infrastructure and modern amenities.

Facts of Dindori District
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictDindori
District HQDindori
Population (2011)704524
Growth21.32%
Sex Ratio1002
Literacy63.9
Area (km2)7427
Density (/km2) 94
Tehsils Dindori, Shahpura, Mehandwani, Amarpur, Bajag, Karanjiya, Samnapur
Lok Sabha Constituencies Mandla
Assembly Constituencies Shahpur (ST), Dindori (ST)
Languages Bagheli, Hindi, Chhattsgarhi
Rivers Narmada, Silgi
Lat-Long 22.852133,81.083794
Travel Destinations National Fossil Park, Kukarramath, Shiv Temple, Kapildhara Art Emporium, Kapildhara Waterfall, Dagona Waterfall, Devnala Caves etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt Chandravijay College, Govt Degree College (Shahpura) etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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