Sangrur District Map


District Map of Sangrur

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District Map of Sangrur Barnala Moga Ludhiana Fatehgarh Sahib Patiala Mansa Bathinda HARYANA
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Facts of Sangrur District
StatePunjab
DistrictSangrur
District HQSangrur
Population (2011)1655169
Growth0.00%
Sex Ratio885
Literacy67.99
Area (km2)3685
Density (/km2) 449
Tehsils Dhuri, Lehra, Malerkotla, Moonak, Sangrur, Sunam
Lok Sabha Constituencies Sangrur, Fatehgarh Sahib
Assembly Constituencies Lehra, Dirba (SC), Sunam, Malerkotla, Amargarh, Dhuri, Sangrur
Languages Punjabi, Hindi
Rivers -----
Lat-Long 30.396569,75.815849
Travel Destinations Sheesh Mahal, Marble Baradari, Sita Sar, Banasar Garden, Gurudwara Nanakiana Sahib, Gurudwara Janam Asthan, Gurudwara Patshahi IX, Gurudwra Wadda Ghalughara Sahib, Suraj Kund, Samadh Bhai Mool Chand etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Government Ranbir College, Akal Degree College, Colonel college of education, Desh Bhagat Polytechnic College, Akal Degree College (For Women), Colonel Degree college for women etc.



Last Updated on : January 2, 2015



     


     

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