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Uttar Pradesh

उत्तर प्रदेश
اتر پردیش

Land of the Ganges and Yamuna
—  state  —

Seal
Location of Uttar Pradesh in India
Coordinates 26°51′N 80°55′E / 26.85°N 80.91°E / 26.85; 80.91Coordinates: 26°51′N 80°55′E / 26.85°N 80.91°E / 26.85; 80.91
Country India
Region Awadh, Baghelkhand, Braj, Bundelkhand, Purvanchal, RohilKhand, Indo-Gangetic Plain
District(s) 701
Uttar Pradesh 14 November 18342
Capital Lucknow
Largest metro Kanpur
Governor Banwari Lal Joshi
Chief Minister Kumari Mayawati
Legislature (seats) Bicameral (404 + 108=512)
Parliamentary constituency 80 (year 2004)
High Court Allahabad High Court
District Courts of India
Population

Density

190,891,000[1] (1st)

792/km2 (2,051/sq mi)[1]

Sex ratio 111.4 /
HDI (2005)
0.490 (low) (32nd)
Literacy

• Male
• Female

57.37% 

• 70.22%
• 42.97%

Official languages Hindi, Urdu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Area 243,286 square kilometres (93,933 sq mi) (5th)
Climate

Temperature
• Summer
• Winter

Cfa (Köppen)

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Governing body Government of India, Government of Uttar Pradesh
ISO 3166-2 IN-UP
Portal Portal: Uttar Pradesh  
Website www.upgov.nic.in

Uttar Pradesh (Híndì: उत्तर प्रदेश, Urdu: اتر پردیش), pronounced [ˈʊtːər prəˈdeːʃ]  ( ẹ tẹ́tí gbọ́), "Northern Province"), jẹ́ ìkan nínú àwọn ìpínlẹ̀ méjìdínlọ́gbọ̀n ní orílẹ̀-èdè India.[5][6][7]

District of uttar Pradesh India[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. Aligarh (Aligarh)
  2. Ayodhya (Ayodhya)[1] Faizabad
  3. Agra (Aagra)
  4. Ambedkar Nagar (Ambedkar Nagar)
  5. Azamgarh (Azamgarh)
  6. Amethi (Amethi)
  7. Amroha (Amroha)
  8. Auraiya (Auraiya)
  9. Bijnor (Bijnor)
  10. Ballia (Ballia)
  11. Balrampur (Balrampur)
  12. Bhadohi ([2])(/ Sant Ravidas Nagar)
  13. Badaun (Budaun)
  14. Barabanki (Barabanki)
  15. Basti (Basti)
  16. Bareilly (Bareilly /))
  17. Bahraich (Bahraich /))
  18. Bagpat (Bagpat)
  19. Bulandshahar (Bulandshahar)
  20. Banda (Banda)
  21. Chitrakoot (Chitrakoot)
  22. Chandauli (Chandauli)
  23. Deoria (Deoria /))
  24. Etawah (Etawah)
  25. Etah (Etah)
  26. Farrukhabad (Farrukhabad) /)
  27. Fatehpur (Fatehpur)
  28. Firozabad (Firozabad)
  29. Ghaziabad (Ghaziabad)
  30. Gorakhpur (Gorakhpur)
  31. Gautam Buddha Nagar (Gautam) (/ buddha nagar)
  32. Gonda (Gonda)
  33. Ghazipur (Ghazipur)
  34. Hathras (Hathras)
  35. Hamirpur (Hamirpur) /)
  36. Hardoi (Hardoi)
  37. Hapur (Hapur /))
  38. Jaunpur (Jaunpur)
  39. Jalaun (Jalaun)
  40. Jhansi (Jhansi)
  41. Kanpur Dehat (Kanpur dehat)
  42. Kushinagar (Kushinagar)
  43. Kanpur Nagar (Kanpur nagar)
  44. Kannauj (Kannauj)
  45. Kaushambi (Kaushambi)
  46. Kasganj (Kasganj)
  47. Lakhimpur Kheri (Lakhimpur kheri)
  48. Lucknow (/ lucknow [3]
  49. Lalitpur (Lalitpur)
  50. Muzaffarnagar (Muzaffarnagar /))
  51. Mahoba (Mahoba ))
  52. Mirzapur (Mirzapur [4])
  53. Moradabad (Moradabad ))
  54. Meerut (Meerut)
  55. Mau (Mau)
  56. Maharajganj ( Maharajganj /))
  57. Mathura (Mathura /))
  58. Mainpuri (Mainpuri)
  59. Prayagraj (Prayagraj) / former name - Allahabad)
  60. Pilibhit (Pilibhit)
  61. Pratapgarh (Pratapgarh)
  62. Raebareli (Raebareli)
  63. Rampur (Rampur)
  64. Sonbhadra (Sonbhadra)
  65. Shamli (Shamli)
  66. Saharanpur (Saharanpur)
  67. Sambhal (Sambhal)
  68. Sultanpur (Sultanpur)
  69. Sitapur (Sitapur)
  70. Sant Kabir Nagar (Sant kabir nagar)
  71. Siddharth Nagar (Siddharth nagar)
  72. Shahjahanpur (Shahjahanpur)
  73. Shravasti (Shravasti)
  74. Unnao (Unnao [5]
  75. Varanasi (Varanas/ i) [8]

Àwọn ìtọ́kasí[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

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  2. Cahoon, Ben (2000). "Provinces of British India". WorldStatesmen.org. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  3. "Governers of Uttar Pradesh". Upgov.nic.in. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  4. Ben Cahoon. "Indian states since 1947". Worldstatesmen.org. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  5. Virendra N. Misra, Peter Bellwood (1985). Recent Advances in Indo-Pacific Prehistory: proceedings of the international symposium held at Poona. p. 69. ISBN 90-04-07512-7. https://books.google.com/?id=gMoJj-0Z94UC&pg=PA69. Retrieved 23 July 2012. 
  6. Bridget Allchin, Frank Raymond Allchin (29 July 1982). The Rise of Civilization in India and Pakistan. Cambridge University Press. p. 58. ISBN 0-521-28550-X. https://books.google.com/?id=r4s-YsP6vcIC&pg=PA58. Retrieved 23 July 2012. 
  7. Hasmukhlal Dhirajlal Sankalia; Shantaram Bhalchandra Deo; Madhukar Keshav Dhavalikar (1985). Studies in Indian Archaeology: Professor H.D. Sankalia Felicitation Volume. Popular Prakashan. p. 96. ISBN 978-0-86132-088-2. http://books.google.com/books?id=35DP1Z-2dnYC&pg=PA96. 
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