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Facts of Balrampur District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictBalrampur
District HQBalrampur
Population (2011)2148665
Growth27.72%
Sex Ratio928
Literacy49.51
Area (km2)3349
Density (/km2) 642
Tehsils Balrampur, Tulsipur, Utraula
Lok Sabha Constituencies Shravasti
Assembly Constituencies Balrampur, Gainsari, Tulsipur, Utraula
Languages Hindi, Urdu
Rivers Rapti
Lat-Long 27.425414,82.314262
Travel Destinations Temple Of Pateshwari Devi, The Sobhnath Temple, Shwetambar Temple etc.
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Last Updated on : December 10, 2014





     


     

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