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District Map of Meerut Baghpat Muzaffarnagar Bijnor J P Nagar Ghaziabad Hapur
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The nomenclature of Meerut District is shrouded in conjectures and surmises. It is generally assumed that Ravana's father-in-law, Maya, christened the district formerly known as Maidant-ka-Khera. Occupying an area of 2521.6 sq. km, Meerut spans across the coordinates 28°98' North latitude to 77°0 7' East longitudes.

With a population count of 34,47,405 Meerut possesses a distinctly agrarian economy coupled with a few industries.

Meerut, with its imminent history and luxuriant picturesque backdrop has a well-developed tourism sector. The notable tourist destinations include:

  • Jain temples of Hastinapur
  • Meerut city
  • Suraj Kund
  • Chandi Devi Temple
  • Mansa Devi Temple
  • Bale Miyan ki Darghah
  • Jama Masjid
  • Shaheed Smarak
  • Augharhnath Mandir
  • Sardhana Church
  • Balaji Mandir Dahar
  • Mawana
  • Parikishatgarh
  • Baleni


Facts of Meerut District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictMeerut
District HQMeerut
Population (2011)3443689
Growth14.89%
Sex Ratio886
Literacy72.84
Area (km2)2522
Density (/km2) 1342
Tehsils Mawana, Meerut, Sardhana
Lok Sabha Constituencies Meerut
Assembly Constituencies Hastinapur, Kithore, Meerut, Meerut Cantt., Meerut South, Sardhana, Siwalkhas
Languages Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi
Rivers Ganga
Lat-Long 28.960089,77.836532
Travel Destinations Jain Temples, St. John'S Church, Augarnath Temple, Jama Masjid, Martyr'S Memorial, Gandhi Bagh, Shahpeer'S Mausoleum, Shahi Eid Gaah, Parikshitgarh, Dargah Of Baley Miyan, Suraj Kund etc.
Government Colleges/Universities A.S. College, Aadharshila College Of Education, Deewan Law College, Esar College Of Engineering, Elite College Of Professionaal And Studies, Dav College, Dadhichi College Of Higher Edu., College Of Engg. And Raural Technology etc.



Last Updated on : December 11, 2014





     


     

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