Country India State Uttar Pradesh Headquarters Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh Tehsils Dostpur, Lambhua,Kadipur, Koeripur,Korwa, Semari Bazar Lok Sabha constituencies Sultanpur, Amethi Assembly seats 5 Total Area 4,436 km2 (1,713 sq mi) Total Population (2011) 3,790,922 Density 850/km2 (2,200/sq mi) Famous for Heritage, Scenic, Historical Languages Hindi, English and Urdu Best Season Winters; October to March Demographics Literacy 71.14 Pin code 228001 STD code 228001
The month of March marks the start of summers in Sultanpur and it lasts till June. Temperature ranges between 22°C to a mercurial 45°C during these months. Sultanpur is generally avoided by the tourists during these months.
Monsoon generally hits Sultanpur in the month of July and lasts till September. The showers provide great respite to the parched land and are a huge relief for the people after the extremely hot summers.
December to February is the winter season in Sultanpur with an average temperature around 12°C. The temperature dips to as low as 3°C in the month of January accompanied by dense fog. Tourists travelling to Sultanpur during this season shall check on the weather before embarking.
Sultanpur By Flight
The nearest Domestic Airport is Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport (Amausi) International Airport, Uttar Pradesh, three hour drive from Sultanpur. It is well connected to all over world through Air India & other flights too. Frequent Flights to various national and international destinations take off from here.The second nearest International Airport is Allahabad airport, roughly 2 hr drive from Sultanpur.
Sultanpur By Roadways
There are many ways to reach Sultanpur. Sultanpur is 60 Kms from Faizabad, 103 Kms from Allahabad, 135 Kms from Lucknow, 162 Kms from Varanasi, 231 Kms from Kanpur, 630 Kms from Delhi, 662 Kms from Bhopal, 743 Kms from Jaipur through Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) and some private travel services.
Sultanpur By Train
Railway Station named as Sultanpur Railway Junction which is connected to the all major cities of India as Mumbai, New Delhi, Srinagar, Jaipur, Ajmer,Kolkata,Patna,Balia etc.
Sultanpur is a city and a municipal board in Sultanpur district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Located on the right banks of the Gomti river(a major tributary of the Himalayan Indus River), Sultanpur is the administrative headquarters of Sultanpur District and comes under a part of Faizabad division. According to the 2011 Indian census, Sultanpur has a population of 116,211 people.Total area occupied by Sultanpur is 4436 km. The common language of the people of Sultanpur is Awadhi, dialect of Hindi,Urdu.Sultanpur is distinguished for its unique culture. Originally known as Kushbhawanpura,was renamed as Sultanpur ,which means “City of beautiful vines”.The name is often confused for “City of Sultan” .The city came under the Muslim rule in the 12th century. Although the area has been part of successive North Indian kingdoms through centuries, the recorded history of the city began in the colonial times. Long a center of Hindu and Buddhist culture it fell under Muslim occupation in the 12th century. The town was completely destroyed during the military operations of the Revolt of 1857.
Its economy is predominantly agricultural, but has a broad industrial base in the automobile, computer, technology, hardware manufacturing, healthcare and small scale industries. Some of the crops cultivated here are rice, wheat, barley, sugarcane and poppy. The main industrial center in Sultanpur is Jagdishpur. Places of interest in Sultanpur are Victoria Manzil, Christ Church and Chimanlal Park. The city has a large number of temples and palaces. Major points of attractions include the Victoria Manzil and Christ Church.
Tehsils & Blocks
Sultanpur has six tehsils of Dostpur, Kadipur, Koeripur, Korwa, Lambhua and Musafirkhana. There are 22 development blocks, one municipality and five town areas. Besides important towns of Sultanpur are Amethi, Chanda, Dostpur, Jagdishpur, Kadipur, Koeripur, Lambhua, Mushafirkhana and Shukul Bazar. Sultanpur is divided into 26 police stations for the maintenance of law and order.
All prominent telecommunication network provider in India offers their services in Sultanpur. The city of Sultanpur falls under Uttar Pradesh Central telecom Circle. Calls from city of Sultanpur to neighboring districts including rest of the area in the Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand telecom circle are considered to be local.
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Radio is one of the mode of entertainment in Sultanpur. Radio services available are: