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Maharajganj District of Uttar Pradesh achieved autonomy on 2nd October 1989. This rectangular district spans from 27°09' North to 83°34' East geometric coordinates and occupies 2934.1 sq. km area. Demarcated by the Indo-Nepal border, Maharajganj is flanked by Nepal in the north, Gorakhpur District in the south, Padrauna District in the east and Siddharth Nagar and Sant Kabir Nagar Districts in west.

As per the 2011 Census, Maharajganj District has recorded a population of 26,65,292. This rural district has agrarian economy.

Maharajganj is a quaint district whose serene and tranquil environment and picturesque terrains dotted by meandering streams is a real treat. Lehara Durga Mandir is an important sightseeing destination of the district.

Facts of Maharajganj District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictMaharajganj
District HQMaharajganj
Population (2011)2684703
Growth23.50%
Sex Ratio943
Literacy62.76
Area (kmē)2953
Density (/kmē) 903
Tehsils Maharajganj Sadar, Nautanwa, Nichlaul, Pharenda
Lok Sabha Constituencies Maharajganj
Assembly Constituencies 5-Maharajganj, Nautanwa, Paniyara, Pharenda, Siswa
Languages Hindi, Bhojpuri, Urdu
Rivers Gandak
Lat-Long 27.112923,83.503933
Travel Destinations Lehara Durga Mandir, The Sohagi Barwa Wildlife Sanctuary etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Rajiv Gandhi Degree College, Akshaiber Singh Memorial Post-Graduate College, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Mahavidyalya, Paramhans Pal Mahavidyalya, Lt. Bhagwant Ptael Panmati Devi Mahavidyalya, Jawaharlal Nehru Smarak P.G. College, Swarn Prabha Mahila Mahavidyalaya Etc., Swarn Prabha Mahila Mahavidhyalya etc.



Last Updated on : December 10, 2014





     


     

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