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Bareilly district is one of the districts of Uttar Pradesh state in northern India. Bareilly town is the district headquarters. Bareilly district is a part of Bareilly Division. The district occupies an area of 4120 km². The district has a population of 36,18,589 (2001 census).



The district consists of six tehsils. These are: Aonla, Baheri, Bareilly, Faridpur, Meerganj and Nawabganj.


Rohilkhand University in Bareilly was established in 1975. In August, 1997 it was renamed as Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhand University. Presently, 80 colleges are affiliated to it.[1] There are four famous temple of Shiva.


  1. ^ "About the University". M.G.P. Rohilkhand University website.  

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Coordinates: 28°25′N 79°23′E / 28.417°N 79.383°E / 28.417; 79.383



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Bareilly district is one of the districts of Uttar Pradesh state of India, and Bareilly town is the district headquarters. Bareilly district is a part of Bareilly Division.

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Divisions and districts of Uttar Pradesh, India
Agra division: Agra | Aligarh | Etah | Firozabad | Mainpuri | Hathras | Mathura
<center>Allahabad division: Allahabad | Fatehpur | Kaushambi | Pratapgarh
<center>Azamgarh division: Azamgarh | Ballia | Mau
<center>Bareilly division: Badaun | Bareilly | Pilibhit | Shahjahanpur
<center>Basti division: Basti | Sant Kabir Nagar | Siddharthnagar
<center>Chitrakoot division: Banda | Chitrakoot | Hamirpur | Mahoba
<center>Devipatan division: Bahraich | Balarampur | Gonda | Shravasti
<center>Faizabad division: Ambedkar Nagar | Barabanki | Faizabad | Sultanpur
<center>Gorakhpur division: Devaria | Gorakhpur | Kushinagar | Maharajganj
<center>Jhansi division: Jalaun | Jhansi | Lalitpur
<center>Kanpur division: | Auraiya | Etawah | Farrukhabad | Kannauj | Kanpur Dehat | Kanpur Nagar
<center>Lucknow division: Hardoi | Lakhimpur Kheri | Lucknow | Raebareli | Sitapur | Unnao
<center>Meerut division: | Bagpat | Bulandshahr | Gautam Buddha Nagar | Ghaziabad | Meerut
<center>Mirzapur division: Mirzapur | Sant Ravidas Nagar | Sonbhadra
<center>Moradabad division: Bijnor | Jyotiba Phule Nagar | Moradabad | Rampur
<center>Saharanpur division: Muzaffarnagar | Saharanpur
<center>Varanasi division: Chandauli | Ghazipur | Jaunpur | Varanasi

CoordinatesImage:Wp_globe_tiny.gif: 28°25′N, 79°23′ELatitude: 28°25′0″N
Longitude: 79°23′0″E

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