Baghpat district With Talukas in Uttar pradesh State

Baghpat district With Talukas: Baghpat district is one of the 75 districts of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh with headquarters at the town of Baghpat. Baghpat district was created in the year 1997. The town's name derives from the Hindi word for tiger (Baagh). Baghpat town is located on the banks of river Yamuna. It is 52 km from Meerut City and is on the main Delhi–Saharanpur Highway around 40 km from Delhi toward north. Baghpat town lies on the east bank of the Yamuna River, and is within the National Capital Region. It has an agriculture-based economy with sugarcane as the main crop, followed by wheat, mustard and vegetables. There are three sugar mills in the district. Badagaon is a well-known village in Baghpat, which is famous for the Digamber Jain temple. Baghpat district is also infamous for the activities of criminals and there are various criminal gangs known as "Giroh" that are active in the region. In spite of this, Baghpat is considered to be one of the best places to live in India because of its green and healthy environment. Baghpat is also one of the most productive districts in terms of sugarcane production.

Baghpat district

Baghpat District

According to the 2011 census, Baghpat district has a population of 1,302,156. Baghpat has a sex ratio of 858 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 73.54%. To the north of Baghpat district are Shamli and Muzaffarnagar districts, to the east Meerut district, to the south Ghaziabad district, and to the west, across the Yamuna, Delhi, and Sonipat district in Haryana state. Baraut is a multi-religious place with many Hindu Temples, Jain Temples and Mosques around. Occupation of the people of Baghpat is mostly Agriculture. Main crops of Baghpat are sugarcane, wheat and rice. Also vegetables like Gourds, Pumpkins, Potatoes, Ladyfinger, Spinach, Radish and Carrots are also grown in Baghpat.

Talukas in Baghpat district

Baghpat Baraut Khekada

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