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Hathras is a district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. The district stretches over an area of 1,800.1 sq. km.

The total population of the district is 15,65,678 according to the 2011 census.

The major crops which are cultivated in the district are jowar, bajra, pulses and potato.

The people of Hathras are also engaged in various industries like that of chemicals, readymade garments, carpet and brass.

The tourist spots in Hathras are Mahakali Temple and Mandir Shri Dauji Maharaj.

Facts of Hathras District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictHathras
District HQHathras
Population (2011)1564708
Growth17.12%
Sex Ratio871
Literacy71.59
Area (km2)1752
Density (/km2) 851
Tehsils Hathras, Sadabad, Sasni, Sikandra Rao
Lok Sabha Constituencies Hathras
Assembly Constituencies Hathras, Sadabad, Sikandra Rao
Languages Hindi, Urdu
Rivers ---
Lat-Long 27.498527,78.018608
Travel Destinations Hathras Fort, Dauji Maharaj Temple, Bhadra Kali Temple, Bagharya Temple, Teerathdham Mangalayatan etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Saraswati Degree College, Ss Memorial Degree College etc.



Last Updated on : December 20, 2017





     


     

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