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Ballia district stretches from 83?38' to 84?39' East longitudes and 25?33' to 26?11' North latitudes. As per the census of 1991, the total population of the district was 22, 62,273. The district occupies a geographical area of 3168 sq. km

Agriculture, glass and ceramics, horticulture, sugar industry, manufacturing of mechanical equipments, and a variety of small-scale industries share the economic map of Ballia.

Facts of Ballia District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictBallia
District HQBallia
Population (2011)3239774
Growth17.31%
Sex Ratio937
Literacy70.94
Area (km2)2981
Density (/km2) 1081
Tehsils Bairia, Ballia, Bansdih, Belthara Road, Rasra, Sikanderpur
Lok Sabha Constituencies Ballia, Salempur, Ghosi
Assembly Constituencies Bairia, Ballia Nagar, Bansdih, Belthara Road, Phephana, Rasara, Sikanderpur
Languages Hindi, Urdu, English
Rivers Ghaghara, Ganga
Lat-Long 25.834505,84.187431
Travel Destinations Surha Tal, Bhrigu Temple etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Saheed Mangal Pandey Govt. Girls Degree College etc.



Last Updated on : December 10, 2014





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