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Auraiya district is located in the south west of Uttar Pradesh covering 2054 sq.km. It is geographically located between 26 degree 21 minute and 27 degree 1minute of north latitude and 78 degree 45 minute and 79 degree 45 minute of east longitude.

The economy of Auraiya district is dependent on agriculture, small scale industries, and various other trades. The chief crops grown in the district are paddy, wheat, gram, peas, maize, and bajra. The production of handloom cloth has established in the Auraiya district.

One of the famous tourist destination of Auraiya district is the National Chambal Sanctuary located 30 km away from Araiya is popular for gangetic dolphins.

Facts of Auraiya District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictAuraiya
District HQAuraiya
Population (2011)1379545
Growth16.91%
Sex Ratio864
Literacy78.95
Area (km2)2051
Density (/km2) 681
Tehsils Auraiya, Bidhuna
Lok Sabha Constituencies Kannauj
Assembly Constituencies Auraiya, Bidhuna, Dibiyapur
Languages Hindi, English, Urdu
Rivers ---
Lat-Long 26.470112,79.519876
Travel Destinations Devkali Temple, Badi Devi Temple, Guariya Temple etc.
Government Colleges/Universities ---



Last Updated on : December 10, 2014





     


     

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