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The district of Shravasti comprises of a total area of 1126 km.

Population of Shrawasti District in 2011 is 1114615.

The district has a substantial portion of its area as dense forest which has flora and fauna of various kinds. The forests of the district has Sal, Sheesham, Mahua and many other important varieties of trees .The district earns its revenue primarily from the forest products.

Facts of Shrawasti District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictShrawasti
District HQShravasti
Population (2011)1117361
Growth-5.02%
Sex Ratio881
Literacy46.74
Area (km2)1948
Density (/km2) 572
Tehsils Bhinga, Ikauna
Lok Sabha Constituencies Shravasti
Assembly Constituencies Bhinga, Shrawasti
Languages Hindi, Awadhi
Rivers Rapti
Lat-Long 27.610539,81.9627
Travel Destinations Maha Mangole Temple, Maha Veera Temple, Maheth, Saheth, Shakti Peeth, Gandha Kuti, Jetavana Monastery etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Mahamaya Government Degree College etc.



Last Updated on : December 11, 2014





     


     

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