Aligarh District Map


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District Map of Aligarh Hathras Mathura HARYANA Gautam Buddh Nagar Bulandshahr Budaun Kasganj
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*The Map showing the National Highway, Major roads, other Roads, District Headquarter, Town, etc in the Aligarh District, Uttar Pradesh. Disclaimer
Aligarh district of Uttar Pradesh has the total area of 3700.4 Sq. km. According to 2001 census the total population is 667,732. The district lies on the plains of river Ganges and Yamuna. The prestigious Aligarh Muslim University is situated at Aligarh district.

Locks and brass articrafts are manufactured in Aligarh district. The locks of Aligarh is so famous that it is known as 'Tala Nagri'. The district even exports Brass Artwares, Glass Beeds and other electrical items to different industries of the world.

Tourists come to Aligarh to visit Jama Masjid of Aligarh and Aligarh Fort.

Facts of Aligarh District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictAligarh
District HQAligarh
Population (2011)3673889
Growth22.78%
Sex Ratio882
Literacy67.52
Area (km2)3747
Density (/km2) 1007
Tehsils Koil, Khair, Atrauli, Iglas, Gabhana
Lok Sabha Constituencies Aligarh
Assembly Constituencies Aligarh, Atrauli, Barauli, Chharra, Iglas, Khair, Koil
Languages Hindi & Urdu
Rivers ---
Lat-Long 27.900383,78.079734
Travel Destinations Aligarh Fort, Chacha Nehru Gyan Pushp, Naqvi Park, The Mangalayatan, Jama Masjid etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Aligarh Muslim University, Mangalayatan University, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Sir Ziauddin Dental College, Abdulla Girls College, Azmal Khan Tibiya College, D S College, S V College, Tikaram Girls College etc.



Last Updated on : February 8, 2018





     


     

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