(Last Updated on : 15/07/2014)
Daulatpur is a small town located in Una District, Himachal Pradesh
. River Swan originates from here. Daulatpur is located between 31.8° North latitude and 75.98° East longitude. It is located at a height of 521 metres (1709 feet) above mean sea level.The town has good transportation facilities. The nearest international airport is at Amritsar
and the nearest railway station is at Hoshiarpur in Punjab
According to the 2001 census report, Daulatpur had a small population of 3352 inhabitants. Males constitute 50% of the population and females also constitute 50%. In Daulatpur 11% of the population is less than six years of age. The literacy rate of Daulatpur is 79% which is higher than that of the national literacy rate which is 59.5%.The literacy rate among the male population is 82% while that of the female population is 76%.
Places of interest in Daulatpur include Amb, Gagret, Mubarakpur, Chintpurni Devi Temple and Una.
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