Tarn Taran District Map


District Map of Tarn Taran

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Facts of Tarn Taran District
StatePunjab
DistrictTarn Taran
District HQTarn Taran Sahib
Population (2011)1119627
Growth0.00%
Sex Ratio900
Literacy67.81
Area (km2)2414
Density (/km2) 464
Tehsils Khadur Sahib, Patti, Tarn Taran
Lok Sabha Constituencies Khadoor Sahib
Assembly Constituencies Tarn Taran, Khemkaran, Patti, Khadoor Sahib
Languages Punjabi, Hindi
Rivers Beas, Sutlej
Lat-Long 31.367709,74.876518
Travel Destinations Gurudwara Sri Tarn Taran Sahib, Darbar Sahib Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji, Goindval, Gurudwara Khadoor Sahib, Bir Baba Budha Sahib ji, The wetland Bird Santuary etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Guru Gobind Singh Ji Khalsa College, Mata Ganga College For Women, Majha College For Women, Kalian Homeopathic College, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Polytechnic College, Shaheed Bhagat Singh B.Ed College, Goutam College, Sewa Devi College etc.



Last Updated on : January 2, 2015



     


     

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