Umaria district is a district of Madhya Pradesh state of central India. Umaria city is the headquarters of Umaria District.
Geography of Umaria
Umaria district is located to the North East of Madhya Pradesh.Umaria district has geographical area of 4548 sq.km. The greatest length of the district is about 150 km. from north to south and the greatest width is about 60km from east to west.
Latitude of Umaria city : 23 deg 38' to 24 deg 20' North
Longitude of Umaria city : 80 deg 28' to 82 deg 12' East
About Umaria District
Umaria was a part of Shahdol district. This was separated in 1998. Umariya is ruled by Lodhi Rajputs (Malgujars)
Famous Bandhavgarh National Park (Tala) and Sanjay Gandhi Thermal Power Station Mangthar (Pali) are located in the district.
Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Company Limited (MPPGCL) is operating Sanjay Gandhi Thermal Power Station located near Johilla River Birsinghpur.
Sub Division in Umaria District
In Umaria there are 3 Sub division
Tehsils in Umaria District
In Umaria there are 5 Tehsils
Blocks in Umaria District
In Umaria there are 3 Blocks
Bus Station in Umaria District
Umaria Bus Station
Railways Station in Umaria District
Umaria Railway Station
Tourist Place in Umaria District
Bandhavgarh National Park
Colleges in Umaria District
Govt. R.V.P.S. college, Umaria
Govt. College, Birsinghpur Pali
Hospitals in Umaria District
Civil Hospital, Umaria
Civil Dispensary, Chandiya
Primary Health Centre, Karkeli
Community Health Centre, Manpur
Primary Health Centre, Pali
Jowar, Wheat ,Paddy, Maize,Kodon, Gram, Rape, Mustard, Teak, Tendu, Mahua, Harra are the main crops of this district