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Hamirpur district is a part of Chitrakoot Dham Division of Uttar Pradesh state of India. Hamirpur town is the district headquarters. It consists of Four Tehsil namely Hamirpur, Maudaha, Rath,Sarila and Seven Blocks namely Gohand, Kurara, Maudaha, Muskara, Rath, Sarila, Sumerpur. Hamirpur district lies between Lattitude 25.7913° N and Longitude 80.0088° E. Hamirpur is bounded by districts Jalaun (Orai), Kanpur and Fatehpur in north, Banda in east, Mahoba in south and Districts of Jhansi and Jalaun on the West.

Map of Hamirpur, Uttar Pradesh.


The district occupies an area of 4,121.9 km². The district has a population of 1,042,374 (2001 census). As of 2011 it is the third least populous district of Uttar Pradesh (out of 71), after Mahoba and Chitrakoot. Two major rivers Yamuna and Betwa meet here . On the banks of river Betwa lies the “Coarse sand” which is exported to many parts in Uttar Pradesh.

The soils consist of the well known bundelkhand varieties, Mar, Kabar, Parua and Rakar. Mar is often called black cottor soil. Its varies greatly in colour. It contains small lumps of kankar. Kabar range from a rich dark black to light brown. Its chief characteristics is its extreme adhesiveness, which causes it to quickly dry and cake in to hard blocks. Parua is a light coloured sandy soil, found in many forms. It is usually less rich in organic matter, but its finer texture makes it more responsive to manure and irrigation. Raker is refuse soil which occurs on sloping ground, where the action of water has tended to denude the earth of all its better qualities.

Agriculture is the main occupation, Hamirpur, Uttar Pradesh.


Only 27.7% land are irrigated land in hamirpur. The distribution of area of land irrigated by different sources of irrigation are as under. Canals are the main source of irrigation and are constructed by the different rivers like Yamuna, Betwa, Dashan, Barma, Ken, Chandrawal and Pandwaha.

There are three harvests, the autumn or Kharif have usually known as siyari, and the spring or Rabi as Unhari. The Ziad or extra harvest is insignificabt in this area. Gram, Wheat, Barley, Peas, Arhar and Masoor are the main crops of Rabi. Jwar, Rice, Bajra, Urd, Moong and Moth are the main crops of Kharif. Melon, water-melon, bitter guard, pumpkin are the main crops of Zaid.

Kalpa Vriksha, Hamirpur, Uttar Pradesh.

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