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Situated in Eastern Uttar Pradesh, the district of Sant Kabir Nagar covers a total area of 1641 sq. km.

The district constitutes a population of 17,14,300 as per the census of 2011.

Agriculture forms the backbone of district. Food grains, sugarcane, tilhan and potato are the main agricultural products of the area. There are few small scale and cottage industries in the district.

The district can boast of many tourist destinations like Tama, Bakhira, Hainsar, Khalilabad and Maghar.

Facts of Sant Kabir Nagar District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictSant Kabir Nagar
District HQKhalilabad
Population (2011)1715183
Growth20.77%
Sex Ratio972
Literacy66.72
Area (km2)1442
Density (/km2) 1014
Tehsils Ghanghata, Khalilabad, Mehdawal
Lok Sabha Constituencies Sant Kabir Nagar
Assembly Constituencies Dhanghata, Khalilabad, Menhdawal
Languages Hindi, Urdu
Rivers Kuwano, Kathinayya
Lat-Long 26.765231,83.02288
Travel Destinations Bakhira, Hainsar, Maghar, Tama(Tameshwar Nath) etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Hr Post Graduate College, Govt. Mahila Degree College, Smt. Prabha Devi Mahavidyalaya, G.P.S. Mahavidyalaya etc.



Last Updated on : December 11, 2014





     


     

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