Mirzapur division

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Mirzapur division

Mirzapur division is a division of Uttar Pradesh state of India. Mirzapur is the administrative headquarters. Currently (2005), the division consists of districts of:

Industries

  • Pannalal Agrahari Corporation Industry Of India Pipra Mirzapur
  • Bhadohi carpets, Sant Ravidas Nagar -The Bhadohi district is biggest carpet manufacturing centres in India, most known for its hand-knotted carpet.Bhadohi known as also carpet city, Mirzapur
  • Mirzapur BhadohiCarpets-The largest carpet manufacturing region in Asia, Sonbhadra
  • Churk Cement Factory, 800 T/day.
  • Rihand Dam, Sonbhadra Pipri, 300 MW of electricity, Reservoir for power plants.
  • Hindalco Aluminium Plant, Renukoot, Alumina refining - 114,5000 TPA, Aluminium metal - 424,000 TPA.
  • Kanoria Chemicals, Renukoot, Acetaldehyde - 10000 TPA, Formaldehyde - 75000 TPA, Lindane - 875 TPA, Hexamine - 4000 TPA, Industrial Alcohol - 225 million litres/annum, Aluminium Chloride - 6875 TPA, Ethyl Acetate - 3300 TPA, Acetic Acid - 6000 TPA, Commercial Hydrogen.
  • Renusagar Power Plant (Hindalco), 887.2 MW of electricity.
  • Obra Dam, 99 MW of electricity, Reservoir for power plant.
  • Dala Cement Factory, 3600 T/day.
  • Obra Thermal Power Plant, Uttar Pradesh State Electricity Board (UPSEB), 1550 MW of electricity.
  • Chunar Cement Factory, Ancillary unit of Dala Cement Factory.
  • Anpara Thermal Power Plant, UPSEB, 1630 MW of electricity.
  • B.P. Construction Company, Anpara, Sonebhadra
  • Singrauli Thermal Power Plant, NTPC Limited (NTPC), Shaktinagar, 2000 MW of electricity.
  • Hi -Tech Carbon, Renukoot, Carbon Black - 1,60,000 MT/annum.
  • Rihand Thermal Power Plant, NTPC, Bijpur, 2000 MW of electricity.
  • Finding of Gold Mine in Hills, Mirchadhuri.
  • Kanoria Chemicals Power Plant, Renukoot, 50 MW of electricity.
  • Obra Thermal Power Plant, UPSEB, 1550 MW of electricity.

Towns in Mirzapur Mandal

Major rivers

Hills and waterfalls

Popular religious places

Historical places

Major roads and railway junctions

etc.

Mishri Lal Inter College, Mawaiya, Mirzapur

Political figures

'JAY NARAYAN MISHRA, BHawapur, Koirouna'

References

  1. ^ Lavkush, Agrahari. "Mirzapur". PACI GROUP. Retrieved 18 May 2013. 

External links

  • Official website

Coordinates: 25°09′03″N 82°33′53″E / 25.1507°N 82.5648°E / 25.1507; 82.5648

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