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Hardoi is a district which falls under the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. Its global location is between 26° 53? and 27° 46?north latitudes and between 79° 41? and 80° 46?east longitudes.

The total geographical area of the district is 5,947 sq. km. According to the 2011 census the population if Hardoi is 40,91,380.

The land of Hardoi has undergone the project of sodicreclaimation which has increased its fertility. The main crops are wheat, pulses, vegetables, paddy and sugar cane. Fruits like mango and guava are also cultivated.

The district has historical importance attached to it. The notable places are Saiyyadbara Masjid, Jama Masjid Shahabad, Hatyaharan Pilgrim and Firojshah Tuglaq Masjid.

Facts of Hardoi District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictHardoi
District HQHardoi
Population (2011)4092845
Growth20.44%
Sex Ratio868
Literacy64.57
Area (km2)5986
Density (/km2) 683
Tehsils Bilgram, Hardoi, Sandila, Sawayajpur, Shahabad
Lok Sabha Constituencies Hardoi, Misrikh
Assembly Constituencies Balamau, Baligram-Mallanwan, Gopamau, Hardoi, Sandi, Sandila, Sawajipur, Shahabad
Languages Hindi, Urdu
Rivers Ramganga, Ganga
Lat-Long 27.298571,80.191555
Travel Destinations Nemisharayan, Sandi Bird Sanctuary, Naimisha Forest, Mallawan, Shahabad, Sandila etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Maharana Pratap Government Post Graduate College, Cane Society Nehru Degree College, Arya Kanya Degree College, Patel Shri Teekaram Degree College, Mahaveer Prasad Mayavati Mahavidylya, Shri Mahipal Singh Degree College etc.



Last Updated on : December 10, 2014





     


     

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