Vidhisha District Map

District Map of Vidhisha

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District Map of Vidhisha Ashok Nagar Guna Bhopal Raisen Sagar
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With the historical city of Vidisha as its headquarters, Vidisha is one of the most important districts of Madhya Pradesh . The district is globally located between north latitude 23°21' to 24°22' and east longitude 77°15'30 to 78°18'.

Vidisha has a total geographical area of 7371 square kilometers and population of 9,70,388.

Vidisha is a tourists' paradise with its archaeological and historical sites. With exciting destinations like Udaigir Caves, Maladevi Temple, Gadarmal Temple, Lohangi rock and many more, the list is never ending.

Facts of Vidisha District
StateMadhya Pradesh
District HQVidisha
Population (2011)1873046
Sex Ratio965
Area (km2)7362
Density (/km2) 198
Tehsils Basoda, Gulabganj, Gyaraspur, Kurwai, Lateri, Nateran, Shamshabad, Sironj, Tyonda, Vidisha
Lok Sabha Constituencies Vidisha
Assembly Constituencies Vidisha, Basoda, Kurwai (SC), Sironj, Shamshabad
Languages Hindi
Rivers Betwa, Bina, Halali
Lat-Long 23.946096,77.836532
Travel Destinations Udaigiri Caves, Holiodorous Pillar, Vijayamandira Temple, Maladevi Temple, Hindola Torana, Bajramath Temple, Udayeshwara Temple, Gadarmal Temple, Dashavtar Temple, Sola-Kambi Temple, Girdhari Temple etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt Sanjay Gandhi Smrati College (Ganjbasoda), Govt College (Kurwai), Govt College (Nateran), Govt Lal Bahadur Shastri College (Sironj), Govt College, Subhadra Sharma Govt Girls College (Ganjbasoda), Govt College (Govt College, Lateri), Govt College (Shamshabad), Govt Girls College etc.

Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



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