Siddharth Nagar District Map


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The district of Siddarthnagar covers a total area of 2752 sq. km. Previously a part of the Basti district, Siddarth Nagar became a separate district on 1988.

Population of Siddharth Nagar District in 2011 is 2553526

The important tourist attraction of the district is ?Kapilavastu?. Siddarthnagar attracts thousands of tourists and pilgrims from all over the world.

Facts of Siddharth Nagar District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictSiddharth Nagar
District HQNavgarh
Population (2011)2559297
Growth25.45%
Sex Ratio976
Literacy59.25
Area (km2)2751
Density (/km2) 882
Tehsils Bansi, Domariyaganj, Itwa, Naugarh, Shohratgarh
Lok Sabha Constituencies Domariyaganj
Assembly Constituencies Bansi, Doomariyaganj, Itwa, Kapilvastu, Shohratgarh
Languages Hindi, Urdu
Rivers Rapti
Lat-Long 27.283926,82.819633
Travel Destinations Kapilvastu, Bharat Bhari, Piprahava etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Ratan Sen Degree College, Ratan Sen Inter College, Tilak Inter College, Government Girls Inter College etc.



Last Updated on : December 11, 2014





     


     

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