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District Map of Mahoba Jhansi District Hamirpur District Banda District MADHYA PRADESH
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The nomenclature of Mahoba District can be traced to 'Mahotsav Nagar', implying the city of great festivals. Situated in Uttar Pradesh, Mahoba occupying an area of 2849.6 sq. km was a kingdom of the Chandella dynasty and finds mention in the Rajput chronicles. Extending between 25°18' North latitude and 79° 53' East longitudes, the district sited at the foot of the Gorakh-giri or 'Gokhar' hills is conveniently placed nearly 55 km north of the temple city of Khajuraho, and 109 Km distance to the north east of the illustrious fort at Kalinjar.

As per the 2011 Census?s population count of 87,6,055 Mohaba?s inhabitants primarily depend on agriculture for their subsistence.

The pictures Mahoba District with its low granite hills and tranquil lakes coupled with its proximity to the eminent Khajuraho temples makes it an attractive tourist spots. Other notable tourism destinations of Mahoba include:

  • Shiv Tandav
  • Jain Tirthkar
  • Khakraha math
  • Urmil Dam
  • Chandika Devi Temple
  • Sun Temple
  • Sri Nagar
  • Beatal Farmlands
  • Alha & Udal Chowk
  • Gokhar Parvat
  • Charkhari Estate
  • Belatal


Facts of Mahoba District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictMahoba
District HQMahoba
Population (2011)875958
Growth23.64%
Sex Ratio878
Literacy65.27
Area (km2)2847
Density (/km2) 288
Tehsils Charkhari, Kulpahar, Mahoba
Lok Sabha Constituencies Hamirpur
Assembly Constituencies Charkhari, Mahoba
Languages Hindi, Urdu
Rivers ---
Lat-Long 25.403585,79.829006
Travel Destinations Shiv Tandav, Jain Tirthkar, Khakraha Math, Urmil Dam, Chandika Devi Temple, Sun Temple, Alha & Udal Chowk, Gokhar Parvat, Belatal etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt. Polytechnic College, Nehru Bal Inter College, Mukund Lal Tiwari Inter College, D A V Inter College etc.



Last Updated on : December 11, 2014





     


     

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