Umaria District Map


District Map of Umaria

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District Map of Umaria Katni Satna Shahdol Anup Nagar Dindori Jabalpur
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Umaria is an important north eastern district of Madhya Pradesh , having a global location between north latitude 23?38' to 24?20' and east longitude 80?28' to 82?12'.

The total geographical area of the district sums up to 4548 square kilometers and has a population of 5,15,963.

Umaria is enriched with its vast resources of forests and minerals. The coal mines are a steady source of revenue for the district.

Umaria has many places of interest for the tourists and the Bandhavgarh National Park will definitely head the list.

Facts of Umaria District
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictUmaria
District HQUmaria
Population (2011)1458875
Growth20.09%
Sex Ratio896
Literacy70.53
Area (km2)4062
Density (/km2) 158
Tehsils Bandhavgarh (Umaria), Chandia, Nowrozabad, Manpur, Pali
Lok Sabha Constituencies Shahdol
Assembly Constituencies Bandhavgarh (ST), Manpur (ST)
Languages Bagheli, Hindi
Rivers Son, Johila
Lat-Long 23.614329,81.067314
Travel Destinations Bhandav Garh National Park, Bandhavgarh Fort, Chandia Khas, Pali Birsinghpur, Umaria Town etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Ran Vijay Pratap Singh Govt College, Govt College (Birsinghpur-pali) etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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