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The district of Bareilly stretches from 28?10' to 28?54'North latitudes and 78?58' to 79?47' East longitudes. Total population count as per 1991 census is 28, 55,556.

Bareilly is specially known for zardozi, a popular form of embroidery. Handicrafts, bamboo artwork and wooden furniture are also of importance in the district's economy.

Bareilly enjoys the privilege of its proximity to Delhi and Lucknow and thus provides easy access to a lot of tourist places like Nainital, Tapovan and Pithoragarh.

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Facts of Bareilly District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictBareilly
District HQBareilly
Population (2011)4448359
Growth22.93%
Sex Ratio887
Literacy58.49
Area (km2)4120
Density (/km2) 1084
Tehsils Aonla, Baheri, Bareilly, Faridpur, Meerganj, Nawabganj
Lok Sabha Constituencies Bareilly, Aonla (partly)
Assembly Constituencies Aonla, Baheri, Bareily, Bareily Cantt., Bhojipura, Bithari Chainpur, Faridpur, Meerganj, Nawabganj
Languages Hindi, English, Urdu, Punjabi, Kumaoni
Rivers ---
Lat-Long 28.368444,79.429679
Travel Destinations Madhinath Temple, Dopeswarnath Temple , Alaknath Temple, Trivatinath Temple, Ganga Temple, Army Service Corps Museum, The Panchala Museum, Ramnagar Fort, The Ahshar Viharm Gandhi Udyan, Executive Park etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Rohilkhand University, Rani Awanti Bai Lodhi Govt. Girls College, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia, Govt. Degree College, Bareilly College etc.



Last Updated on : December 10, 2014





     


     

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