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Facts of Mau (Maunath Bhanjan) District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictMau
District HQMau
Population (2011)2205968
Growth18.98%
Sex Ratio979
Literacy73.09
Area (km2)1713
Density (/km2) 1287
Tehsils Ghosi, Madhuban, Maunath Bhanjan, Muhammadabad Gohna
Lok Sabha Constituencies Ghosi
Assembly Constituencies Ghosi, Madhuban, Mau, Muhammadabad-Gohana (SC)
Languages Hindi, Bhojpuri, Urdu
Rivers Ghaghara
Lat-Long 25.987675,83.50668
Travel Destinations Baba Thanidas Ji Temple, Shitala Mata Dham, Vandevi etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Vibhuti Narayan Inter College, Chhote Lohiya Degree College, Maryada Purushottam P.G. Collage, Shri Sankar Ji Inter College, Town Inter College, Ram Rb Ram Degree College, Sant Gani Pg Degree Collage, Bapu Smarak Inter College etc.



Last Updated on : December 11, 2014





     


     

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