Singrauli District Map

District Map of Singrauli

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District Map of Singrauli Sidhi Rewa CHHATTISGARH UTTAR PRADESH
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Facts of Singrauli District
StateMadhya Pradesh
District HQSingrauli
Population (2011)1445166
Sex Ratio901
Area (km2)5672
Density (/km2) 208
Tehsils Deosar, Chitrangi, Singrauli, Mada, Sarai
Lok Sabha Constituencies Sidhi
Assembly Constituencies Chitrangi (ST), Singrauli, Devsar (SC)
Languages Hindi, Bagheli, Bhojpuri, English
Rivers Mahan, Gopad, Sone, Mayar
Lat-Long 24.166802,82.397461
Travel Destinations Rihand Dam, Tippa Jharia Dam, Rakasganda Water Fall, Mada Rock Cut Caves, Lake Park, Golden Jubilee Park, Rose Garden, Chilka Lake, Malhaar Park, Kaachan Dam, Maadi Baandh, Madwani Dam, Hanuman Mandir, Jwalamukhi Temple, Durghata Devi Mandir, Khodwa Mandir, Semra Baba Ka Mandir, Kali Mandir, Ganesh Temple etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt College (Chitrangi), Govt College (Baidhan), Govt College (Deosar), Govt College (Baraka), Govt College (Sarai), Govt Girls College (Baidhan), Govt Girls College etc.

Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



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