Bijnor district With Talukas in Uttar Pradesh State

Bijnor district With Talukas: Bijnor district is one of the districts of UttarPradesh state of India. The Uttar Pradesh Government wants Bijnor to be included under National Capital Region (NCR) due to its close distance from Delhi. Little is known of the early history of Bijnor. District Bijnor is related to Mahabharat also. Bijnor is considered India's most pure water district. Bijnor, or more correctly Bijnaur, occupies the north-west corner of the Moradabad Division (historically, Rohilkhand or Bareilly region), and is a roughly triangular stretch of country with its apex to the north. The western boundary is formed throughout by the deep stream of the river Ganga, beyond which lie the four districts namely Dehradun, Saharanpur, Muzaffarnagar and Meerut, all belonging to the Meerut Division. To the north and north-east of Bijnor is the hill country of Garhwal, the dividing line being the submontane road, which runs from Hardwar along the foot of the Himalayas to Ramanagar, Haldwani and Tanakpur.

Bijnor district

Bijnor District

According to the 2011 census, Bijnor district has a population of 3,683,896. The district has a population density of 808 inhabitants per square kilometer (2,090/sq. mi). Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 17.64%. Bijnor has a sex ratio of 913 females for every 1000 males with a literacy rate of 70.43%. Bijnor district is among the districts of Uttar Pradesh on verge to become Muslim majority as expected till 2021 census. The common tongue of the people in Bijnor is Hindi and Urdu. Agriculture is the main source of income in Bijnor, with sugarcane being the main crop. Vidur Kuti is about 12 km from Bijnor and has historical importance. Vidur (from Mahabharat days) spent his rest of life after dispute with Duryodhan. This is the place where Lord Krishana

Talukas in Bijnor district

Bijnor Chandpur
Dhampur Nagina

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