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Etah is a district located almost at the center of Uttar Pradesh. The district lies between 78 ° 11' and 79 ° 17' East longitudes and 27 ° 18' and 28 ° 2' North latitudes.

The district covers an area of 4,446 sq. km. Population in Etah is 22, 44,998 as registered in the 1991 census.

Agriculture is the main stay in the district and various kinds of crops are grown in large amount.



Facts of Etah District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictEtah
District HQEtah
Population (2011)1774480
Growth13.62%
Sex Ratio873
Literacy70.81
Area (km2)2456
Density (/km2) 717
Tehsils Aliganj, Etah, Jalesar
Lok Sabha Constituencies Etah
Assembly Constituencies Aliganj, Etah, Jalesar, Marhara
Languages Hindi, Urdu
Rivers ---
Lat-Long 27.5375,78.793144
Travel Destinations Sufi Sant Hazrat Abdul Gafoor Shah'S Dargaah, Bada Jain Mandir, Kailash Mandir, Kaali Mandir, Janta Durga Mandir, Pathwari Mandir etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Scs Inter College, S.B.S Inter Colleage, Dr. Ram Kumar Gayatri Devi P.G. Collage, Sbs Degree College, Chet Ram Singh Inter Collge , Scs Inter College, Girls Govenment Inter College, Dr. Ramsingh And Rajbeti Inter College etc.



Last Updated on : February 8, 2018





     


     

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