SBS Nagar District Map

District Map of SBS Nagar

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District Map of SBS Nagar Kapurthala Hoshiarpur Rupnagar Ludhiana Jalandhar
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Facts of Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar District
DistrictShahid Bhagat Singh Nagar
District HQNawanshahr
Population (2011)612310
Sex Ratio954
Area (km2)1283
Density (/km2) 479
Tehsils Balachaur, Nawanshahr
Lok Sabha Constituencies Anadpur Sahib
Assembly Constituencies Banga (SC), Nawan Shahr , Balachaur
Languages Punjabi, Hindi
Rivers Sutlej
Lat-Long 31.127024,76.117201
Travel Destinations Gurudwara NanakSar, Gurudwara Charan Kanwal, Gurudwara Gurpalah, Gurudwara Gurpartap, Gurudwara Har Rai Danda Sahib, Gurudwara Shahidaan, Gurudwara Shahidganj, Gurudwara Tahli Sahib, Gurudwara Manji Sahib, Gurudwara Bhai Sikh, Gurudwara Singh Sabha, Suraj Kund, Roza Sharif, Baba Balraj Temple, Kirpal Sagar, Sanehi Temple etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Maharaj Bhoori wale Garib Dass Government College, Sikh National College, B.L.M. Girls College, R.K. Arya College, D.A.N. College of Education, Amardeep Singh Shergil Memorial College etc.

Last Updated on : January 2, 2015



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