Baramulla district is a district of Jammu and Kashmir state in northern India. Baramulla city is the administrative headquarters of this district.
Geography of Baramulla
Baramulla District is spread over an area of 4588 Sq. Kms. Baramulla District is bounded by Kupwara in the North side, Budgam and Poonch in the South side, parts of Srinagar and Ladakh in the East side and has the line of control in west.
Latitude of Baramulla city : 33 degrees, 44.0 minutes North
Longitude of Baramulla city : 75 degrees, 9.6 minutes East
About Baramulla District
Baramulla city was founded by Raja Bhimsina held the position of a gate-way to the valley as it was located on the route to the Valley from Muzaffarabad, now in POK, and Rawalpindi, now in Pakistan
Tehsils in Baramulla District
In Baramulla there are 8 Tehsils
Blocks in Baramulla District
In Baramulla there are 16 Blocks
Transportation in Baramulla District
Nearest Railway Station is Jammu Tawi, about 360 Kms from District Headquarters. Taxi and busses are available from Srinagar and Jammu.
Tourist Place in Baramulla District
Archaeological Monument at Parihaspora Pattan
Religious Places in Baramulla District
Zeyarat Baba Reshi, Tangmarg
Zeyarat Janbaz Wali, Baramulla
Imambara Goom, Ahmadpora
Zeyarat Dastigeer Sahib, Baramulla
Zeyarat Baba Shakoor-ud-din, Watlab
Zeyarat Ahim Sharief, Bandipora
Zeyarat Tujjar Sharief, Sopore
Economy of Baramulla District
Baramulla is the largest producer of horticulture products in the state. World-class apples are cultivated.