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Welcome to Narayanpur
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Census 2011
District population : 1,39,820
Growth : 19.16%
Sex Ratio : 994
Literacy : 48.62

Brief About Narayanpur District
Narayanpur district was carved out from the erstwhile Bastar district. This district occupies an area of 6640 km² and it had a population of 110,800 in 2001. Narayanpur town is the administrative headquarters of this district. This district comprises 366 villages. It is currently a part of the Red Corridor.

Narayanpur is a District of the India. State of Chhattishgarh in Central Narayanpur is the District and Divisional Headquarter.It is one of the two new districts created on May 11, 2007. It was carved out from the estwhile Bastar district.Narayanpur town is the administrative headquarters of this district. This district comprises 366 villages.Narayanpur District has an area of 20.98 km². The District is surrounded by Kondagaon,Antagarh,Bijapur Districts of Chhattishgarh. District Narayanpur has population of 1,40,206 of which male and female were 70,189 and 58,379 respectively in census 2011. Of the total population more than 70 per cent are tribal people like Gond Tribe, Maria, Muria ,Dhruva, Bhatra, Halba Tribe, etc. Narayanpur District is divided into two Blocks namely Narayanpur, Orcha and Two Tahsils Namely .The Land of Tribals and Natural Resources, is also enriched with natural beauty and pleasant atmosphere. It is surrounded with dense forests, hilly mountains, streams, waterfalls, natural caves etc. Here the art & culture are the valuable ancient properties of the Bastariyas.

 
 
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