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Elucidations of Kushinagar where Gautum Buddha attained Mahaparinirvana (Salvation) can be found in the pages of history. Extending from latitude 26° 45? North and 83° 24? East longitude, Kushinagar District of Uttar Pradesh is only 336 km away from the capital city of Lucknow. Spread over an expanse of 2873.5 sq. km, Kushnigar District is flanked by Mahrajganj in the west, Gorakhpur in the southwest, Deoria in the south and Bihar in the east, respectively.

Population in the district of Kushinagar is 35,60,830 .

With a populace of 3560830, agriculture forms Kushinagar?s economic backbone. The district grows sugarcane, paddy, wheat, fruits, and turmeric and also contains a few sugar mills and one distillery.

Kushinagar is a place of immense cultural and religious significance. Every year tourists and apostles of Lord Buddha flock to this holy sanctum whose eminent tourist spots include:

  • Mahaparinirvana Temple
  • Nirvana Chaitya
  • Ramabhar Stupa
  • Matha Kuar Shrine
  • Meditation Park
  • Indo-Japanese-Srilanka Temple
  • Wat Thai Temple
  • Museum
  • Ruins & Brick Structures
  • Pawa Nagar
  • Sun Temple and other noteworthy detinations.


Facts of Kushinagar District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictKushinagar
District HQLakhimpur
Population (2011)3564544
Growth23.20%
Sex Ratio961
Literacy65.25
Area (kmē)7674
Density (/kmē) 523
Tehsils Hata, Kasya, Padrauna, Tamkuhi Raj
Lok Sabha Constituencies Kushinagar
Assembly Constituencies 7-Fazilnagar, Hata, Khadda, Kushinagar, Padrauna, Ramkola, Tamkuhi Raj
Languages Hindi, Bhojpuri
Rivers ---
Lat-Long 26.739862,83.887298
Travel Destinations The Parinirvana Temple, The Mahaparinirvana Temple, The Ramabhar Stupa, The Nirvana Stupa, Linh Son Temple, Thai Temple, Ramkola Satiansuiya Temple, Govt. Buddha Museum etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Buddha Post Graduate College, Ram Dhani Singh Nahara Devi Govt. Degree College, Mahanth Shyam Das Mahavidyalya, Babu Tahsildar Shahi Mahavidyalaya, Indu Devi Rampati Mahila Degree College, Sri Tarachand Degree College, Shri Bhagwan Pg College etc.



Last Updated on : December 10, 2014





     


     

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