Hoshangabad District Map


District Map of Hoshangabad

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District Map of Hoshangabad Raisen Sehore Harda Betul Chhindwara Narsinghpur
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Located in the center of the Narmada Valley and to the north of Satpura plateau, the district of Hoshangabad has a total area of 5408.23 sq. km.

The district constitutes a total population of 8,86,449 with 6,17,520 rural and 2,68,929 urban population respectively.

Hoshnagabad district has a considerable proportion of agriculturists. The district also deals in handicraft, silk, leather, and pulses trade. Security Papers Mill is the only industry of the district.

The district has some well known tourist destinations like "Panchmari"- a famous hill station, the city of Hoshangabad and Bori's Sanctuary.

Facts of Hoshangabad District
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictHoshangabad
District HQHoshangabad
Population (2011)570465
Growth20.25%
Sex Ratio935
Literacy72.5
Area (km2)6698
Density (/km2) 185
Tehsils Seonimalwa, Itarsi, Hoshangabad, Babai, Sohagpur, Pipariya, Bankhedi
Lok Sabha Constituencies Hoshangabad
Assembly Constituencies Seoni-Malwa, Hoshangabad, Sohapur, Pipariya (SC)
Languages Bhunjia, Hindi
Rivers Narmada, Tawa
Lat-Long 22.649502,78.018608
Travel Destinations Rajat Prapat, Bee Fall, Pandav Caves, Bada Mahadev Temple, Gupt Mahadev Temple, Chauragarh, Dhupgarh, Handi Khoh, Apsara Falls, Jatashankar, Duchess Fall, Pachmarhi hill, Pansy Pool, Picadilly circus, Patharchatta, Crumps crag, Lady Robertson's view, Colletin Crag, Mount Rosa etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Shri Makhanlal Chaturvedi Govt College (Babai), Govt Home Science PG College, Govt Girls PG College (Itarsi), Govt PG College (Pipariya), Govt Kusum College (Seoni Malwa), Govt Narmada PG College, Govt Mahatma Gandhi Smrati PG College (Itarsi), Govt College (Pachmarhi), Govt Girls College (Pipariya), Govt Arts, Commerce and Science College (Sukhtawa) etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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