Govardhan City Polpulation
Govardhan is a City located in the Taluka of Mathura, in the district of Mathura district, in the state of Uttar Pradesh state with a total population of 22576. There are 3910 houses in the City.
City name: Govardhan
Taluka name: Mathura
State: Uttar Pradesh
Total population: 22576
House Holds: 3910
Govardhan Population by Sex
There are total of 12114 male persons and 10462 females and a total number of 3347 children below 6 years in Govardhan.
The percentage of male population is 53.66%
The percentage of female population is 46.34%
The percentage of child population is 14.83%
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Govardhan or Goverdhan is a key pilgrimage centre in India and a municipal town; a nagar panchayat ; seat of a MLA Member of Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh; a Tehsil, in Mathura district in the India in state of Uttar Pradesh.
Govardhana Hill (Devanagari: गोवर्धन), also called Mount Govardhana, Giri Raj and Royal Hill, is a sacred Hindu site in the Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh, India on an 8 km long hill located in the area of Govardhan and Radha Kund, which is about 21 ki
Goverdhan Puja as it is also known, is a Hindu festival in which devotees prepare and offer a large variety of vegetarian food to Bhagwan (God) Shri Krishna as a mark of gratitude.
Govardhanram Madhavram Tripathi (pronounced [ɡɒvrðʌnrɘm trɪpɑθiː]; 20 October 1855 – 1 April 1907) was an Indian Gujarati language novelist of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.