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Sitapur District Map


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Sitapur is a district in Uttar Pradesh. It was founded by the legendary king Vikramaditya. At present it covers an area of 5,734 sq.km. It had a population of 44,74,446 in 2011. It is an agricultural district.

Some of the places of interest in Sitapur are Mahaveer Udayan, Sarojini Vatika and Vaidehi Vatika.

Facts of Sitapur District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictSitapur
District HQSitapur
Population (2011)4483992
Growth23.88%
Sex Ratio888
Literacy61.12
Area (km2)5743
Density (/km2) 779
Tehsils Biswan, Laharpur, Mahmudabad, Misrikh, Sidhauli, Sitapur
Lok Sabha Constituencies Sitapur, Misrikh, Dhaurahra, Mohanlalganj
Assembly Constituencies Biswan, Hargaon, Laharpur, Mahmoodabad, Maholi, Misrikh, Sevata, Sidhauli, Sitapur
Languages Hindi including Awadhi
Rivers Ghaghara, Sarda
Lat-Long 27.542371,80.897026
Travel Destinations Namisharanya, Chakratirth, Lalita Devi Temple, Panch Prayag, Vyas Gaddi, Soot Gaddi, Sri Hanuman Garhi, Panch Pandav, Mishrit, Shyamnathan Temple, Suraj Kund Temple, Cheeta Pasi Ka Tila, Gandhi Park, Nehru Park, Ilasiya Bal Vanodyan etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Pandit Deen Dayal U. Govt. P. G College, Govt. Fakerudeen Ali Ahemed Degree College, Acharya Narendra Dev T. T. College, Dayal Degree College, H. K. M. P. G. College, H. M. H. Digree College, Hajari Lal Degree College etc.



Last Updated on : December 11, 2014





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