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Download the Ballia district geography map in PDF, PNG, WEBP, JPG, and many other formats. Ballia district is the easternmost part of the state of Uttar Pradesh, India, and shares its border with the state of Bihar.
It is situated between the parallels of 25º33′ and 26º11‘ North latitudes and 83º38′ and 84º39’ East longitudes. The district is surrounded by Mau on the west, Deoria on the north, Bihar on the northeast, and Ghazipur on the southwest.
The geography of Ballia is characterized by the presence of three main rivers: the Ganga, Ghaghara, and Saryu. The district’s topography includes several lakes, with the most important being the Suraha Tal, which covers a large area.
The region is known for its fertile soil, conducive to agricultural activities, and its strategic location between the Ganges and Ghagra rivers, which create natural conditions for agriculture.
The district has a total area of 3,223 square kilometers and is known for its rich history, agricultural prominence, and the birthplace of former Prime Minister of India, Chandra Shekhar Singh.
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