Sambhal District Map

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District Map of Sambhal Amroha Moradabad Rampur Bareilly Budaun Aligarh Kasganj Bulandshahr
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*The Map showing the National Highway, Major roads, District Headquarter, Town, etc in the Sambhal District, Uttar Pradesh. Disclaimer

Facts of Sambhal (Bheem Nagar) District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictSambhal (Bheem Nagar)
District HQSambhal
Population (2011)*
Sex Ratio*
Area (km2)*
Density (/km2) *
Tehsils Sambhal, Chandausi, Gunnaur
Lok Sabha Constituencies Sambhal
Assembly Constituencies Asmoli, Bilari, Chandausi, Gunnaur, Sambhal
Languages Hindi, Urdu
Rivers ---
Lat-Long 28.591154,78.572745
Travel Destinations Kalki Mandir, Suraj Kund Mandir, Manokamna Mandir, Gauri Shaya Mandir, Chemnath Teerth, Singhpur Teerth etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Rajkiye Degree College, M. G. M. Degree College, Govt. Mahavidiyalaya etc.

Last Updated on : December 11, 2014



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