Auraiya district With Talukas in Uttar Pradesh State

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Auraiya district With Talukas: Auraiya district is one of the districts of Uttar Pradesh state of India, and Auraiya town is the district headquarters. It lies on the south- western portion of Uttar Pradesh and also forms a part of the Kanpur Division. It is situated on National Highway 2 (Mughal Road) and 64 km in the east of district headquarters of Etawah and 105 km in the west of Kanpur. The district of Auraiya lies in the south-western portion of Uttar Pradesh and also forms a part of the Kanpur Division. It borders the districts of Kannauj on the north, Etawah on the west, Ramabai Nagar district on the east, and Jalaun to the south. It has an average elevation of 133 meters (436 feet). The main rivers which flow through the district are Yamuna and Senger. The District features atypical version of the humid subtropical climate.  The area of cultivable land in the district in 1990-91 was 141624 hectares. Cricket and football are the most popular sports in Auraiya. There are several cricket grounds are located across the region.

Auraiya district

Auraiya district

According to the 2011 census Auraiya district has a population of 1,372,287 roughly equal to the nation of Swaziland. Auraiya has a sex ratio of 864 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 80.25%. As of 2012, Auraiya district comprises 2 tehsils, 2 census towns, 7 statutory towns and 841 villages. Auraiya district is one of the backward districts in industrial sector declared by the government of Uttar Pradesh state. Only the two areas of town, Dibiyapur, and Auraiya are equipped with main industries. The Rice mills and Dal-mills are working well there in Dibiyapur and Auraiya. Other than these mills some steel furniture and cement products small scale industries are there in Auraiya district located at different places. The raw material for these small scale industries is imported from Agra and Kanpur. Mainly, the rice, pulses and desi ghee is transported at large scale to the other districts and states. Auraiya has 8 Railway Station among them three main railway stations. Towns and villages are well equipped with a web of roads as it is the major way of transportation in the region.

Talukas in Auraiya district

Auraiya Bidhuna

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