Balrampur District Map

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Download the Balrampur district map in PDF, JPEG, PNG, WEBP, and many other formats. Balrampur District, situated in Uttar Pradesh, India, is known for its rich cultural heritage and historical significance.

Here are some key details about Balrampur District:

Geography: Balrampur is located on the banks of the Rapti River and covers an area of 3,457 square kilometers. It lies at an average elevation of 105 meters (344 feet) above sea level.

History: The district was created on May 25, 1997, through the division of Gonda District. It shares borders with Siddharth Nagar, Shravasti, and Gonda districts, as well as Nepal to the north.

Tourist Attractions: Balrampur is home to various attractions such as the temple of Pateshwari Devi, a Shakti Pitha, and the ruins of the ancient city of Sravasti, a significant pilgrimage site for Buddhists and Jains. Tulsipur, located about 27 kilometers from the district headquarters, houses the renowned Devi Patan temple.

Economy: Balrampur is famous for Balrampur Chini Mills, one of India’s largest sugar manufacturing industries and a major producer of ethanol. The district has been identified as one of the country’s backward regions and receives support under various development programs.

Transportation: The town of Balrampur is well-connected by road and rail networks. State Highway 1A links it to Lucknow, located approximately 160 kilometers away. The Balrampur railway station falls under the North Eastern Railway zone.

Demographics: As per the 2011 census, Balrampur District had a population of 2,148,665 with a literacy rate of 51.76%. The district comprises three tehsils – Balrampur, Tulsipur, and Utraula – further divided into nine blocks.

Balrampur District’s blend of historical sites, economic significance in sugar production, and cultural heritage make it a unique destination in Uttar Pradesh.

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