Firozpur District Map



District Map of Firozpur

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Facts of Firozpur District
StatePunjab
DistrictFirozpur
District HQFirozpur
Population (2011)2029074
Growth0.00%
Sex Ratio893
Literacy68.92
Area (km2)5334
Density (/km2) 380
Tehsils Firozpur, Zira
Lok Sabha Constituencies Firozepur, Khadoor Sahib,
Assembly Constituencies Zira, Ferozepur City, Firozepur Rural (SC), Guru Har Sahai, Jalalabad, Fazilka, Abohar, Balluana (SC)
Languages Punjabi including Malwai, Hindi
Rivers Sutlej
Lat-Long 30.93963,74.62115
Travel Destinations National Martyrs Memorial, Saragarhi Memorial, Barki Memorial, Anglo Sikh War Memorial, Pothi Mala, Hari ke Bird Sanctuary, Jain Mandir, Gurudawara Zamini Sahib, Boparai Rifle Range etc.
Government Colleges/Universities R.S.D College, D.A.V College for Women, Dev Samaj College for Women, Dev Samaj College of Education for Women, DIET College, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College of Engg.& Tech, Govt. Polytechnic College etc.



Last Updated on : January 2, 2015



     


     

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