Jabalpur District Map

District Map of Jabalpur

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The district of Jabalpur encompasses a total area of 5211 sq. km. It is situated in the heart of the state.

The Jabalpur district has a population of 12,27,340.

The Garment Industry is the one of the leading industry of the region. Other important industries of the district are the bidi, limestone, electrical and food processing industries. The Ordinance Factory and the Defense establishment hold prime importance in terms of earning revenue for the district.

The district is blessed with many tourist sites, some of which are the Madan Mahal Fort, Dhuandhar Water Falls, Bedaghat and Tilwaraghat.

Facts of Jabalpur District
StateMadhya Pradesh
District HQJabalpur
Population (2011)3276697
Sex Ratio928
Area (km2)5210
Density (/km2) 472
Tehsils Jabalpur, Kundam, Majholi, Panagar, Patan, Shahpura, Sihora
Lok Sabha Constituencies Jabalpur
Assembly Constituencies Patan, Bargi, Jabalpur Purba (SC), Jabalpur Uttar, Jabalpur Cantt., Jabalpur Paschim, Panagar, Sihora (ST)
Languages Bagheli, Hindi, Bharia
Rivers Narmada, Son
Lat-Long 23.382598,80.033798
Travel Destinations Madan Mahal Fort, Rani Durgavati Museum, Pisanhari Ki Madhiya, Chausat Yogini Temple, Tripur Sundari Temple, Dumna Nature Park, Bargi Dam, Dhuandhar, Bedaghat etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Jawaharlal Nehru Govt. Agriculture University, Rani Durgavati University, Govt Modal Science College, Govt M H College of Home Science & Science for Women, OFK Govt College (Khamaria), Govt College (Majholi), Govt College (Patan), Govt Shyam Sundar Agrawal College (Sihora), Govt Mahakaushal Arts and Commerce College, Govt Autonomous Mankunwar Bai Arts and Commerce College for women, Govt College (Kundam), Govt Arts College (Panagar), Govt Girls College (Ranjhi), Govt College (Barela) etc.

Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



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