Uttar Pradesh District Map


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District Map of Uttar Pradesh

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Districts Of Uttar Pradesh Etah Hathras NEPAL BIHAR JHARKHAND CHHATTISGARH Agra RAJASTHAN  DELHI HARYANA UTTRAKHAND Saharanpur Mujaffarnagar Bijnor Baghpat Meerut Ghaziabad Amroha Gautambudh Nagar Moradabad Rampur Barelly Bulandshahr Aligarh Budaun Hathras Mathura Agra Firozabad Farrukhabad Mainpuri Etawah Lalitpur Jhansi Mahoba Hamirpur Banda Jalaun Fatehpur Auraiya Kanpur Rural Kanpur Urban Unnao Kannauj Hardoi Lucknow Shahjahanpur Pilibhit Lakhimpur Sitapur Bahraich Sravasti Balrampur Gonda Barabanki Faizabad Rai Bareli Sultanpur Pratapgarh Kaushambi Chitrakut Allahabad Sonbhadra Chandauli Mirzapur Sant Ravidas Nagar Varanasi Jaunpur Ghazipur Ballia Maunath Bandhan Azamgarh Ambedkar Nagar Basti Sant Kabir Nagar Gorakhpur Deoria Khushinagar Maharajganj Sidharth Hapur Shamli Amethi Sambhal CHINA
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Uttar Pradesh boasts of a rich history, magnificent cities, amazing tourist sites, and unique traditions and culture. Spread over an area of 243,286 sq. km, Uttar Pradesh is the fourth largest state in the country. Comprising a population of 19.98 crore, according to the 2011 census, the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh is one of the most populous states in the country.

Uttar Pradesh shares its borders with Nepal and Uttarakhand in the north, Delhi and Haryana in the northwest, Rajasthan in the west, Madhya Pradesh in the southwest, Bihar in the east and Jharkhand in the southeast.

Lucknow is the capital and largest city of Uttar Pradesh. The city is known for its distinct Lucknowi culture and cuisine. During the 18th and 19th centuries, Lucknow was the seat of the Nawabs of Awadh. While Lucknow is known for its cultural appeal, Kanpur is the industrial hub of the state. After Delhi, Kanpur is the largest industrial town in North India.

The history of Uttar Pradesh dates back to many centuries. The region was a part of famous empires and kingdoms such as the Mauryas, Nandas, Guptas, Palas, Mughals, and finally the British.

Districts and Administration of Uttar Pradesh:

Uttar Pradesh is divided into 75 Districts and 18 Divisions. Each district is governed by a District Collector or a District Magistrate. The district is further divided into sub-divisions, which are governed by Sub-divisional magistrates. Sub-divisions are divided into blocks, which comprise Panchayats and town Municipalities.

Tourism in Uttar Pradesh: Uttar Pradesh, with its diverse terrain and wealth of historical monuments, is one of India's most popular tourist destinations. The state, also known as the "Heartland of India", is home to the Taj Mahal. built in the 17th century by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Taj Mahal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

Varanasi, which is regarded as the spiritual capital of Hindus, is also located in Uttar Pradesh. Uttar Pradesh is also home to Ayodhaya and Mathura, which are believed to be birthplaces of Lord Ram and Lord Krishna respectively. Kathak, which is a popular form of Indian classical dance, also originated in Uttar Pradesh. Some famous cities located in the state are Agra, Jhansi, Meerut, Mathura, Gokul, Ayodhaya, and Allahabad.

List of Districts in Uttar Pradesh



S No.DistrictHeadquartersPopulation (Census 2011)Sex Ratio (per 1000)Average Literacy
1AgraAgra441879786871.58%
2AligarhAligarh367388988267.52%
3AllahabadAllahabad595439190172.32%
4Ambedkar NagarAkbarpur239788897872.23%
5AmethiGauriganj
6AmrohaAmroha
7AuraiyaAuraiya137954586478.95%
8AzamgarhAzamgarh4613913101970.93%
9BaghpatBaghpat130304886172.01%
10BahraichBahraich348773189249.36%
11BalliaBallia323977493770.94%
12BalrampurBalrampur214866592849.51%
13BandaBanda179941086366.67%
14BarabankiBarabanki326069991061.75%
15BareillyBareilly444835988758.49%
16BastiBasti246446496367.22%
17BijnorBijnor368271391768.48%
18BudaunBudaun368189687151.29%
19BulandshahrBulandshahr349917189668.88%
20ChandauliChandauli195275691871.48%
21ChitrakootChitrakoot99173087965.05%
22DeoriaDeoria3100946101771.13%
23EtahEtah177448087370.81%
24EtawahEtawah158181087078.41%
25FaizabadFaizabad247099696268.73%
26FarrukhabadFatehgarh188520487469.04%
27FatehpurFatehpur263273390167.43%
28FirozabadFirozabad249815687571.92%
29Gautam Buddha NagarNoida164811585180.12%
30GhaziabadGhaziabad468164588178.07%
31GhazipurGhazipur362026895271.78%
32GondaGonda343391992158.71%
33GorakhpurGorakhpur444089595070.83%
34HamirpurHamirpur110428586168.77%
35HardoiHardoi409284586864.57%
36Hathras (Mahamaya Nagar)Hathras156470887171.59%
37JalaunOrai168997486573.75%
38JaunpurJaunpur4494204102471.55%
39JhansiJhansi199860389075.05%
40Jyotiba Phule NagarAmroha184022191063.84%
41KannaujKannauj165661687972.70%
42Kanpur Dehat (Ramabai Nagar)Akbarpur (Mati)179618486575.78%
43Kanpur NagarKanpur458126886279.65%
44Kanshiram NagarKasganj143671988061.02%
45KaushambiManjhanpur159959690861.28%
46KheriLakhimpur402124389460.56%
47KushinagarPadrauna356454496165.25%
48LalitpurLalitpur122159290663.52%
49LucknowLucknow458983891777.29%
50MaharajganjMaharajganj268470394362.76%
51MahobaMahoba87595887865.27%
52MainpuriMainpuri186852988175.99%
53MathuraMathura254718486370.36%
54MauMaunath Bhanjan220596897973.09%
55MeerutMeerut344368988672.84%
56MirzapurMirzapur249697090368.48%
57MoradabadMoradabad477200690656.77%
58MuzaffarnagarMuzaffarnagar414351288969.12%
59Panchsheel Nagar district (Hapur)Hapur
60PilibhitPilibhit203100789561.47%
61PratapgarhPratapgarh320914199870.09%
62RaebareliRaebareli340555994367.25%
63RampurRampur233581990953.34%
64SaharanpurSaharanpur346638289070.49%
65Sant Kabir NagarKhalilabad171518397266.72%
66Sant Ravidas NagarGyanpur157821395568.97%
67ShahjahanpurShahjahanpur300653887259.54%
68ShamliShamli
69ShravastiBhinga111736188146.74%
70SiddharthnagarNavgarh255929797659.25%
71SitapurSitapur448399288861.12%
72SonbhadraRobertsganj186255991864.03%
73SultanpurSultanpur379711798369.27%
74UnnaoUnnao310836790766.37%
75VaranasiVaranasi367684191375.60%


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