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Ambedkar Nagar district is located in the north-eastern part of Uttar Pradesh, India, between 26° 09′ N to 26° 40′ N latitudes and 82° 12′ E to 83° 05′ E longitudes. It was established on 29 September 1995 and covers a total area of 2,350 square kilometers.
The district is bounded by Basti and Sant Kabir Nagar districts to the north, Gorakhpur district to the northeast, Sultanpur district to the south, Ayodhya district to the west, and Azamgarh district to the east.
The Sarayu River is the main river located at the northern boundary of the district. The district forms a part of the central Ganga basin, and its soils are primarily alluvial.
According to the 2011 census, the district has a population of 2,397,888, with a population density of 1,021 inhabitants per square kilometer.
The district is divided into five tehsils and ten blocks, and the city of Akbarpur serves as its headquarters, situated at an altitude of 133 meters above sea level.
The district is known for its agricultural activities, with a majority of the population residing in small farming villages. The economy is largely dependent on agriculture, with a focus on industries such as power looms and farming.
The district also has a thermal power station belonging to the NTPC. The region has historical significance, and efforts have been made to develop it after independence.
The district is also known for its educational institutions and has proper healthcare facilities, including several Ayurvedic and Homeopathic centers.
The geography of Ambedkar Nagar district is characterized by its river, agricultural economy, and historical importance, making it a significant part of the state of Uttar Pradesh.
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