(Last Updated on : 04/12/2012)
Bawana is a census town situated in the north-western district in the state of Delhi in India. Delhi
is surrounded by the Yamuna River
on the northeast, and by the districts of North Delhi to the east and southeast, West Delhi to the south, the Jhajjar District
of the state of Haryana
to the west, the Sonipat District
of Haryana to the northwest and north, and the Ghaziabad
District of Uttar Pradesh
state to the northeast crossways of Yamuna River.
The exact geographical location of the town of Bawana is at 28.8° North and 77.03°east. It has a mean elevation of 213 metres (698 feet). It has an average height of 213 metres (698 feet). The villages touching Bawana are Nangalthakran, Bajitpur, Dariyapur, Majradabas, Poothkhurd, Holabmikhurd, Khedakhurd, Holambikalan, Sultanpurdabas and Ghogha. The district consists of three subdivisions. These are Saraswati
Vihar, Narela, and Model Town. As per India census, Bawana has a population of 24 906 people.
Bawana is originally a Jat
village (Gotra- Sehrawat) in North West of Delhi, India. It`s a constituency in Delhi Vidhan Sabha. Since 1993 when Delhi Vidhan Sabha
was re-constituted Bawana constituency has been reserved for SC and ST candidate. Bawana is home to Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee
Industrial Park, which is one of the best planned industrial areas of India. Rajiv Gandhi
Stadium has been made in the village keeping in mind the need of sport persons from rural Delhi. A 20 MGD water treatment plant has also been set up considering the water woes of rural Delhi. Bawana also has an Air Force Station and a CRPF Base Camp.
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