Shahdol District Map


District Map of Shahdol

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District Map of Shahdol Sidhi Satna Katni Dindori Anuppur CHHATTISGARH
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With a total area of 5,671 square kilometers and a population of 9,08,148, Shahdol is an important district of Madhya Pradesh . As per globe its is located between north latitude 22?38' to 24?20' and east longitude 30?28' to 82?12'.

With the headquarters located at Shahdol town, the backbone of the district's economy is its coal mines and other mineral resources.

The Virateshwar Temple in Sohagpur Vangana is the most important tourist destination of Shahdol and a structural masterpiece.

Facts of Shahdol District
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictShahdol
District HQShahdol
Population (2011)1512681
Growth17.20%
Sex Ratio938
Literacy69.09
Area (km2)6205
Density (/km2) 172
Tehsils Beohari, Jaisinghnagar, Sohagpur, Jaitpur
Lok Sabha Constituencies Shahdol
Assembly Constituencies Beohari (ST), Jaisinghnagar (ST), Jaitpur (ST)
Languages Bagheli, Hindi
Rivers Son, Kunuk, Banas
Lat-Long 23.644524,81.451034
Travel Destinations Virateshwar temple, Banasagar Dam etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt. Pt Ramkishor Shukl Smriti Govt Arts & Commerce College (Byohari), Govt College (Jaitpur), Govt Abhayanand Sanskrit College (Kalyanpur), Govt Indira Gandhi Home Science Girls Degree College, Govt Nehru PG College (Burhar), Govt College (Jaisinghnagar), Pt Shambhoo Nath Shukla Govt PG College etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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