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The district of Banda situates itself from 24°53' to 25°55' North Latitudes and 80°07' to 81° 34' East Longitudes. As per the census of 2001, Banda is home to 15, 00,253 people.

Agriculture, animal husbandry, bio-gas plants and small-scale industries moulds the economic map of Banda.

Places to see:

  • Kalinjar fort
  • Bhuragarh fort
  • Rangarh fort
  • Khatri pahar
  • Nawab tank
  • Bamdeo temple
  • Maheshwari devi temple
  • Stone pillars at Kairada.


Facts of Banda District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictBanda
District HQBanda
Population (2011)1799410
Growth17.05%
Sex Ratio863
Literacy66.67
Area (km2)4413
Density (/km2) 404
Tehsils Atarra, Baberu, Banda, Naraini
Lok Sabha Constituencies Banda
Assembly Constituencies Baberu, Banda, Naraini, Tindwari
Languages Hindi including Bundeli
Rivers ---
Lat-Long 25.483571,80.333011
Travel Destinations Bamdeo Temple, Maheshwari Devi Temple, Kalinjar Fort, Bhuragarh Fort, Rangarh Fort, Nawab Tank, Four Stone Pillar, Khatri Pahar etc.
Government Colleges/Universities D.A.V. Inter College, Khanqah Inter College, Government Inter College(Gic), Government Girl Inter College(Ggic), Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College, Government Mahila Degree College, Raja Devi Degree College, B.P.M.P.Omer Inter College, Aadarsh Inter College etc.



Last Updated on : December 10, 2014





     


     

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