Hoshiarpur District Map

District Map of Hoshiarpur

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District Map of Hoshiarpur Himachal Pradesh Rupnagar S B S Nagar Kapurthala Jalandhar Gurdaspur
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Facts of Hoshiarpur District
District HQHoshiarpur
Population (2011)1586625
Sex Ratio961
Area (km2)3397
Density (/km2) 466
Tehsils Dasua, Garhshankar, Hoshiarpur, Mukerian
Lok Sabha Constituencies Hoshiarpur (SC), Anandpur Sahib
Assembly Constituencies Mukerian, Dasuya, Urmur, Sham Chausari (SC), Hoshiarpur, Chabbewal (SC), Garhshankar
Languages Punjabi, Hindi
Rivers Beas, Nangle
Lat-Long 31.644029,75.793075
Travel Destinations Takhni-Rehmapur Wildlife Sanctuary, Tomb of Hazrat Shah Noor Jamal, Kamahi Devi Temple, Gurdwara Tahli Sahib, Gurdwara Akalgarh, Dera of Baba Charan Singh, Sheesh Mahal, Gurdwara Jand Sahib, Gurdwara Harian Velan, Gurdwara Guru Dian Tahalian, Gurdwara Garna Sahib etc.
Government Colleges/Universities SD College, D.A.V. College (Hoshiarpur), D.A.V. College (Dasuya), Government College (Hoshiarpur), Khalsa College (Garhdiwala), Babbar Akali Memorial Khalsa College etc.

Last Updated on : December 18, 2019



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