Natogyi Township

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Natogyi Township
Myingyan-Mandalay road within Natogyi Township
Myingyan-Mandalay road within Natogyi Township
Natogyi Township is located in Myanmar
Natogyi Township
Natogyi Township
Coordinates: 21°25′N 95°39′E / 21.417°N 95.650°E / 21.417; 95.650Coordinates: 21°25′N 95°39′E / 21.417°N 95.650°E / 21.417; 95.650
Country  Burma
Division Mandalay Division
District Myingyan District
Capital Natogyi
Area
 • Total 481.2 sq mi (1,246 km2)
Population
 (2014)
196,874
Time zone UTC+6:30 (MMT)

Natogyi (Burmese: နွားထိုးကြီး) is a township of Myingyan District in the Mandalay Division of Burma. The township covers an area of 481.2 square miles (1,246 km2) and as of 2014 it had a population of 196,874 people.[1] In the Myanmar year 763 (1401/02) the settlement was referred to as "Nwa_Dho" (Burmese: နွားဓိုရ်), derived from Nwa = Cow and Dho = Herd.

Geography and climate

Natogyi Township is bordered with Myittha Township to the east, Myingyan Township to the west, Ngazon Township to the north and Taungtha Township, Mahlaing Township and Wundwin Township to the south.[2] The area of the township is 481.2 sq miles, 307968 in acres. It is long 30 miles and 3 furlons from east to west and wide 22 miles and 2 furlons from north to south. The township is located in the middle dry zone of the country and the average temperature of the township is 41 °C highest and 36.1 °C lowest. The raining days per year is 32 to 55 days and the rainfall is 21 to 43 inches.

Villages

Myingyan Township contains 193 villages.[1] A proportion of them are listed below:

Aungbangon , Bahet , Bingyidaw , Bugaing , Buthigyin , Dahat , Daingle , Daungbo , Daungu , Daungu , Gwebintha , Gwegon , Hinyangan , Hlezadun , Hnawgan , Ingyaung , Kangyi , Kanna , Kanna , Kan-u , Kanywa , Kanywa , Kanzatkon , Ketlan , Kinmagyibin , Kokkozi , Kontha , Kugon , Kunon , Kyabwa , Kyadwin , Kyagan , Kyaungnan , Kyigan , Kyigyi , Kyundaung , Lanlegwa , Letpan , Letpanbin , Letwe , Leywazon , Leywazon , Londaw , Magyigan , Magyigon , Male , Mannaingtha , Mogan , Myawadi , Myetshu , Myinni , Myogon , Nabemyit , Nabudaw , Nabudaw North , Nabudaw South , Nanwindawbo , Natogyi , Naywedaw , Ngapyawaing , Ngasigyi , Nyaungbingon , Nyaungbintha , Nyaungbinzauk , Nyaunggon , Nyaungok , Nyaungzin , Obondaw , Okshitkon , Oktwin , Padainggon , Padaung , Palangon , Paukpingyauk , Paungyin , Payagyi , Pegyet , Pegyigin , Petku , Pya , Pyawbwe , Pyayagyaung , Pyinhladaw , Pyinzi , Sadaung , Sagyangon , Salechetkon , Sedaw , Sedo , Segale , Segingyi , Seinbangan , Seinbangyin , Shawbyu , Shawbyu , Shwepyiyin , Sindiywa , Subyugan , Subyugon , Tabe , Tada-u , Tanaungbinle , Tanbindaw , Tandaw , Tandawma , Tandawzu , Tangwa , Tawwa , Tawzauk , Tazauk , Tazin , Tazo , Teinbala , Tetsi , Thama , Thamangan , Thaminbe , Thanbinhla , Thapandaw , Thayagon , Thayetkaungbin , Thazi , Thedaw , Thedawgan , Thegyun , Thondaung , Wetlu , Wunthagon , Yele , Yewun , Yobya , Yobya , Yonbingan , Yonyindaw , Ywagyi , Ywatha , Ywathit , Ywathit , Ywathit , Zedeik , Zi , Zidaw , Zigon.

References

  1. ^ a b "Township-Level Data" (PDF). Livelihoods and Food Security Fund. Retrieved 17 August 2019.
  2. ^ "States/Divisions and Townships Overview Map". Myanmar Information Management Unit, accessed via Scribd. Retrieved 17 August 2019.


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