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About the Anuppur district

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Brief About Anuppur District
Anuppur District is situated in the north eastern part of Madhya Pradesh, This District came into existenace on 15th August 2003 by re-organising Shahdol District. Anuppur District has total area of 3701 sq. km, extends 80 km from east to west and 70 km from north to south.

District anuppur is surrounded by Koria District (C.G.) in east, Shahdol & Umaria District in west, Shahdol District in North and Dindori (M.P.) Bilaspur (C.G.) in the south.

District Anuppur is divided into 4 tehsils, 04 janpads and 277 Gram Panchayats, There are 02 Municipalities and 04 Nagar Panchayats

Geographical Scenario
District anuppur is predominantly hilly district. It is picturesque with certain pockets and belt of sal and mixed forests. The river Narmada originates from Amarkantak situated on the maikal hills which gives beautifull view to the District.

River Son & Johilla also orginate from the maikal Hills.

Total Geographical area of the district is 3701 sq. KM. Adjacents to the district anuppur are the boarding district Bilaspur Koria (C.G.) Shahdol,Umarai & Dindori.

Geographical Structure
From Geographical point of view, the District consists of a series of mountain ranges and rivers. It can be divided in to three geographical divisions. 1. High lands of mountain ranges. 2. The Central plateau . 3. Low lands of rivers :- A number of rivers Including Son, Johila, Narmada ,Tipan, Bakan, Chandas and Kewai flow in the district, Maikal mountain range is extended from southern part of the district to the eastern part.

Climate and Rains
The climate of the District is temperate. It rains from June to October in the District. The temperature remains the highest in the month of June and the l owest in the Month of January. The maximum and minimum temperature of the District remains 46oC and 2.6oC respectivily

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