Friday, May 5, 2017

Bhadohi district With Talukas in Uttar Pradesh State

Bhadohi district With Talukas: Bhadohi district is a district of Uttar Pradesh state in northern India. It is also known as the "Carpet City," as it is home to the largest hand-knotted carpet weaving industry hub in South Asia. The Indian Institute of Carpet Technology, the only institute of its kind in Asia, was established there in 2001 by the Ministry of Textiles and offers B.Tech courses in carpet and textiles technology. Bhadohi is also one of the Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha (State Legislative Assembly) constituency as Bhadohi Lok Sabha constituency. Bhadohi has an average elevation of 85 meters (278 feet). Bhadohi industrial development authority (BIDA) work under Uttar Pradesh government to enhance carpet industries and civil construction in Bhadohi. Bhadohi was created on 30 June 1994 as the 65th district of the State. It is the smallest district by area of Uttar Pradesh. It was part of Varanasi district prior to its creation on 30 June 1994. The Mayawati government changed this district's name from Bhadohi to Sant Ravidas Nagar (S.R.N.). The Akhilesh Yadav government resolved on 6 December 2014 to change the name back to Bhadohi.

Bhadohi district

Bhadohi district


Bhadohi is surrounded by Jaunpur district to the north, Varanasi district to the east, Mirzapur district to the south, and Allahabad district to the west. This district is divided into three tehsils and six blocks. According to the 2011 census, Sant Ravidas Nagar district or Bhadohi had a population of 1,554,203. Bhadohi has a sex ratio of 950 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 89.14%. The present day Bhadohi district is biggest carpet manufacturing centers in India, most known for its hand- knotted carpet. Bhadohi is known as "Carpet City". While the Mirzapur-Bhadohi region has the largest number of weavers involved in handmade carpet weaving cluster. Well-known carpet types from Bhadohi include cotton Dhurries, Chhapra Mir carpets, Abusan, Persian, Loribaft, Indo Gabbeh but also Nepalese carpets and more recent shaggy type carpets. They are manufactured in various qualities. Bayawan village is famous for government forest and ayurvedic hospital.

Talukas in Bhadohi district

Aurai Bhadohi Gyanpur


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