Harda District Map


District Map of Harda

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District Map of Harda Dewas Khandwa Betul Hoshangabad Sheore
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The district of Harda holds a total area of 998.41 sq. km.

The district has a population of 1,90,264.

The Harda district has a historical and religious significance. Harda district has given birth to many freedom fighters who selflessly sacrificed their lives for the independence of India.

Shri Siddi Vinayak Mandir, Shri Laxmi Narayan Bada Mandir and the Sivlinda at Shri Laxmi Narayan Bada Mandir are important places of tourist interest in the district.

Facts of Harda District
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictHarda
District HQHarda
Population (2011)2032036
Growth24.50%
Sex Ratio864
Literacy76.65
Area (km2)3339
Density (/km2) 171
Tehsils Handiya, Harda, Khirkiya, Rehatgaon, Sirali, Timarni
Lok Sabha Constituencies Betul
Assembly Constituencies Timarni (ST), Harda
Languages Malwa, Nimad, Harda, Hindi
Rivers Narmada, Ganjaal, Maachak
Lat-Long 22.207749,77.111435
Travel Destinations Riddeshwar Mandir, Nemawar Narmada Ghat, Charwa Mandir, Mahabharat Era Chakraview, Cheepaner Ghat, Shri. Siddhi Vinayak Mandir, Shri. Laxmi Narayan, Bada Mandir , BadaMut Gonda Gaon, Kanha baba mandir, Ram Janki Mandir, Makdai Mandir, Kala Kriti, Bada Mut, Chota Mut, Kala Kriti, Goumukh etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt Arts and Commerce PG College, Govt Degree College (Timarni) etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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